Edmonds Police Blotter, April 10-18

By Allison Pascoe

April 10, 1000 block of Alder Street: Police were called to Yost Park to investigate a report  that a 7-year-old male pit bull mix was abandoned there.

April 13:

22000 block of Highway 99: A handful of hard objects were thrown at victim’s car while stopped at a traffic light.

23100 block of Highway 99: A mechanic reported a customer’s vehicle was stolen from the lot overnight.

April 13, 21100 block of 76th Avenue West: A female stopped for a pedestrian violation lied about her identity to conceal an outstanding warrant for her arrest.

April 14, 9300 block of 236th Street Southwest: A juvenile’s bicycle was stolen from his school while he was in class.

April 15:

18000 block of 72nd Avenue West: An unoccupied car rolled out of driveway and into a neighbor’s fence.

21700 block of 76th Avenue West: A dentist office reported abuse of nitrous oxide by a now ex-employee.

April 16, 24300 block of 78th Place West: Vehicle prowl with theft of two power tools and a loaded 6-shot .22 ruger revolver.

April 18, 23800 block of HWY 99: Subjects ran from 2 vehicles on a traffic stop. One male is located and arrested for a warrant and misdemeanor crimes. The second male fled the scene; his wallet contained cocaine.

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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