8400 block 244th Street Southwest: A dine and dash occurred at Denny’s when suspects attempted to pay with a Home Depot card unsuccessfully. They then left without paying. Suspects have not yet been located.
23600 block Highway 99: Woman cited for theft after attempting to return merchandise that she had obtained from inside the store using an old receipt from another location for the same merchandise.
8100 block 238th Street Southwest: Police confronted two people seen smoking at the side of a building. One provided the police with false information and was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.
7800 block 238th Street Southwest: Traffic stop led to a search warrant on a vehicle, which located heroin and drug paraphernalia inside.
23600 block Highway 99: A woman stole items from a local business. She was confronted outside the store and fled the scene, leaving behind personal items that she had left with the store manager. The suspect was identified and charged with theft.
9900 block 242th Place Southwest: A burned patch on the victim’s deck lead to a malicious mischief report.
8800 block 217th Street Southwest: A suspicious person was seen walking around with a bottle of cleaning chemicals.
23500 block Edmonds Way: Eight cats were found neglected in an apartment.
21200 block 96th Avenue West: A report of a loud party led to a minor in possession investigation and multiple arrests.
20900 block 76th Avenue West: A witness saw subjects taking mail. The subjects were located in a vehicle and identified. Police recovered stolen mail, stolen checks and counterfeit money. Methamphetamines and heroin were found in their possession and the vehicle they were driving was stolen. The subjects were booked into Snohomish County Jail.
23700 block 80th Court: A person reported that residence had been egged and words were written on the front door of the home.
10100 block Edmonds Way: An adult male was arrested for a DUI following a traffic collision.
18100 block 88th Avenue West: An unoccupied home was burglarized during the daytime. There are no suspects.
— Compiled by Olivia Fuller