Edmonds Police Blotter, April 19-25


By Allison Pascoe

Here’s the latest from the Edmonds Police Department files:

April 19, 23700 block of 78th Avenue West: Unknown subjects were stealing fuel from a vehicle when the homeowner chased them off the property. The suspects left in a dark van and dropped items as they left.

April 20, 23200 block of 100th Avenue West: Two students were found exiting a restroom with odor of marijuana. Internal school discipline. One student was removed from campus.

April 21, 10700 block of 226th Street Southwest: Small bags with advertising and rocks were deposited on private property, streets and sidewalks. No suspects have been identified.

April 21, 21600 block of 76th Avenue West: A prescription that was issued by a doctor in Edmonds was altered and attempted to be passed at a pharmacy in Monroe.

April 21, 90 block of Main Street: Police received a report of a suspicious bone on the beach.

April 25, 21900 block of 76th Avenue West: At around 1 p.m., a woman was painting in an office suite when she heard the door open. She confronted a young male who had taken her wallet from her purse. The wallet was recovered minus $45. The suspect left by foot.

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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