Police Blotter

What caught our eye while reading the most recent police reports? The number of DUI arrests in Edmonds, that’s what. People, don’t drink and drive! Keep our streets safe for other drivers and pedestrians, and keep yourself out of jail.

Jan. 14:

700 block Main Street. Police stop a recklessly driven vehicle at 1:24 a.m. and arrest the driver for DUI.

22400 block Highway 99: Driver is stopped at 9:23 a.m. and arrested for DUI.

Jan. 17, 23400 block 84th Avenue West: A 15 1/2-year-old girl being taught to drive hits a fence. She panics and tells her father to drive the car. The father switches seats with his daughter and leaves scene of accident. He is arrested for hit and run and she is cited for driving too fast for conditions.

Jan. 19, 21000 block Highway 99: A traffic stop leads to a DUI arrest at 12:31 a.m.

Jan. 20:

800 block of Main Street: A DUI driver is arrested at 11:43 p.m.

500 block Admiral Way: A woman says she was bitten in the thigh by a Lab-type dog in the parking lot area of Marina Beach.

Jan. 23, 8300 block 212th Street Southwest: Police make a DUI arrest at 10:41 p.m. following a collision involving a pedestrian and a van.

Jan. 24, 800 block Sprague Street: Police are called to the scene of a DUI collision with a power pole at 2:07 a.m.

Jan. 25:

17000 block 76th Avenue West: Police received a report of a man hiring people to cut down a neighbor’s trees while the neighbor was out of state. The suspect lives in Tacoma but it trying to sell his house, whose view is blocked by the trees. The neighbor’s house was also reportedly damaged by falling trees.

8600 block 238th Street Southwest: Two ex-roommates get into a fight over borrowed clothing, resulting in one of them being punched in the face.

1100 block 5th Avenue South: A police department employee reports being bitten by a long-haired dachshund being walked by an elderly female.

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