Edmonds Police Blotter, Aug. 4-Aug. 11

August 4

7500 block 242nd Place Southwest: A Canadian resident reported a lost passport.

23905 Highway 99: A wallet was reported stolen out of a motel room while its owner was at the store. The wallet was later found, and reported not stolen.

400 block 3rd Avenue South: A victim of previous assault claims false accusations about the daycare she operates are being made to regulating agencies by the person who was arrested.

22000 block Highway 99: While on a traffic stop, the suspect was found to have multiple warrants. The suspect fled the scene and was taken into custody after a short pursuit on foot. A search warrant for the vehicle led to multiple VUCSA charges.

August 5

17100 block 67th Avenue West: A stolen identity was used to open an unauthorized credit account.

20900 block 76th Avenue West: A juvenile male was reported missing from home for two days.

8200 block 215th Street Southwest: A wallet was stolen out of an unlocked truck parked in the victim’s driveway. Two charges were made to the victim’s credit card at local businesses that day.

9700 block 214th Place West: Unidentified suspects used illegal fireworks to blow up a mailbox.

August 6

1000 block Main Street: A property manager approached an occupied truck outside a property for rent and asked why the driver was at the residence. The driver made a comment about burning down the property and left; the property manager did not think he was serious, but wanted to report the instance anyway.

23632 Highway 99: A male subject entered the store and stole alcohol on Aug. 6, Aug. 7 and Aug. 8, when he was finally identified and arrested.

August 7

23300 block 75th Avenue West: The complainant reported damage done to a vehicle.

23607 Highway 99: A suspicious person wandering the hallways inside a law office complex was criminally trespassed from the building.

23800 block Highway 99: The suspect was trespassed from the business after creating a disturbance, making a mess, and refusing to leave.

August 8

100 block Railroad Avenue: A vehicle was stolen from a parking lot overnight.

22900 block Highway 99: A customer failed to return a rental property to a local business.

100 block Sunset Avenue South: An unknown subject entered the victim’s parked vehicle and attempted to steal it by breaking into the steering column to reach the ignition wires.

22500 block 76th Avenue West: An employee of a storage business located syringes in a vacated unit.

August 9

21600 block Highway 99: During a traffic stop, the police discovered the passenger was violating a domestic violence no-contact order petitioned by the driver. The passenger was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

700 block 13th Way Southwest: The report of a suspicious person crashing around in the complainant’s backyard led to the arrest of a Minor in Possession.

9300 block 236th Street Southwest: Obviously stolen mail was found discarded in the landscaping of a school property.

August 10

8700 block Talbot Road: A gym bag was stolen when uninvited teens crashed a party at the residence the victim was visiting. Some contents were recovered.

7900 block Talbot Road: A debit card and gift card were found in the roadway.

August 11

100 block Sunset Avenue South: An unknown subject marked the windows and mirrors of the complainant’s vehicle with lipstick.

23700 block 74th Avenue West: A bicycle rider assaulted a male after the two had a near collision.

– Compiled by Caitlin Plummer

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