Edmonds Police Blotter, June 7-12
22500 block 93rd Place West: A window was found open at the residence after police were dispatched when the motion alarm went off. There were items stolen out of the residence.
24100 block Highway 99: A man and woman in a suspicious vehicle were contacted. The vehicle was parked in an unlit, closed business parking lot. A name check revealed outstanding warrants for the woman. She was taken into custody and booked into jail.
100 block Sunset Avenue South: A man reported his burgundy 1998 Toyota Tacoma stolen. It was parked in Channel Marker Taven parking lot overnight.
700 block Puget Lane: A vehicle was stolen from the driveway. The key was taken from the residence.
23800 block Highway 99: A man made a disturbance when a barista wouldn’t give him the schedule of her co-worker.
22100 block 93rd Place West: A resident reported someone broke the home and stole a laptop computer.
21500 Highway 99: A suspicious vehicle led to the discovery of illegal narcotics, the recovery of a stolen bicycle and the recovery of possible stolen merchandise. The charges were forwarded to the court.
9300 block 236 Street Southwest: A suspicious person, likely a known transient, was hanging out around Madrona Elementary School.
6600 block 170th Place Southwest: The victim found that her vehicle had been prowled. The suspect left behind a tool on the passenger side floor. The fuse box cover in the car was removed.
7500 block Street Southwest: The victim reported her ex-boyfriend violated a no-contact order through text messages and voicemails.
— Compiled by Lily Jaquith