Edmonds Police Blotter, Oct. 21-26


EPDpatch_smOct. 21

7700 block 173rd Street Southwest: Victim reports that identity was used to open fraudulent bank accounts.

Oct. 22

20900 block 77th Place West: An 86-year-old man assaulted his 84-year-old wife with his cane after she slapped him on his shoulder. The husband was arrested for fourth-degree domestic violence but due to his medical problems was not booked into jail.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: Police received a report of unwanted pornographic mail received at a local business.

Oct. 23

22700 block 78th Avenue West: Victim reported that someone stole a bicycle that had been left in the driveway of residence.

Oct. 24

500 Main Street: An adult man was arrested for fourth-degree domestic violence and booked into Snohomish County Jail after throwing a beer bottle at his mother.

Oct. 25

8500 block 196th Street Southwest: A unknown suspect broke the window of an occupied vehicle and stole a purse with physical force. The suspect fled in a vehicle and wasn’t located.

Oct. 26

9500 block 240th Street Southwest: A metal locking cash box was stolen off the wall of a school office.

21900 block Highway 99: A woman is arrested for shoplifting health and beauty products at Winco.






  1. They couldn’t wait to long for Winco to open could they. Probably tired of Safeway up the street. Welcome to the neighbourhood Winco.




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