Edmonds Police Blotter

By Allison Pascoe

April 2, 22600 block of 76th Avenue West: An adult white male suspect was seen shoplifting a pair of shoes from Payless. The suspect was last spotted by a customer on 228th Street Southwest heading toward Mountlake Terrace.

April 5, 21300 block of 80th Avenue West: An 83-year-old woman reported that a 28-year-old neighbor, under the guise of offering to help her, stole numerous pieces of jewelry and prescription medication and also made unauthorized transactions on her debit card.

April 8, 8100 block of 238th Street Southwest: An impaired driver was stopped by police then fled, requiring a short pursuit on foot and the use of force. The suspect was treated at Swedish Hospital and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

April 8, 23400 block of 94th Avenue West: A daytime residential burglary targeting jewelry and electronics was reported in the Madrona School neighborhood .

April 8, 22600 block of 76th Avenue Southwest: After parking a truck at a retirement apartment lot south of the business, a suspect attempted to steal used tires from Factory Direct Tires and asked the manager not to call the police. The suspect was arrested and booked.

April 11, 8800 block of 216th Street Southwest: Two vehicles had two tires punctured by a sharp-edged instrument while parked in front of separate residence overnight. No suspects at this time.

April 11, 23600 block of Highway 99: The manager and district store investigator of Safeway repeatedly requested that an aggressive panhandler leave the property. The subject refused and created a scene in front of the store. The subject criminally trespassed, was issued a citation, and then released.

My Edmonds News intern Allison Pascoe is a Marysville native who will graduate from the University of Washington this June with a degree in Communication and English. Allison’s free time is often spent with friends, playing tennis, soccer or waterskiing.

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