Edmonds Police Blotter

The latest from the Edmonds Police Department files:

July 29

7700 block 223rd Street Southwest: A brother threatens his sister with a kitchen knife during an argument in the family home. The brother fled the scene prior to police arrival.

7600 block Lake Ballinger Way: At 1:38 a.m., a man robs a gas station and threatens the clerk. He is arrested two blocks away.

Aug. 1

8900 block 220th Street Southwest: A vehicle is stolen from an Edmonds residence and recovered in Seattle.

Aug. 5

8000 block 218th Street Southwest: A woman attempts to hit her sister with a vehicle.

22941 block Highway 99: A business owner reports that two of his employees have stolen at least $5,600 from the business within last two months.

Aug. 6

20900 block 80th Place West: A daughter-in-law is seen by a witness shoving her mother-in-law into a parked truck and causing her to fall to the gravel, sustaining minor injuries. The daughter-in-law is booked into Snohomish County Jail for domestic violence.

21900 block Highway 99: Police receive a report of a jogger shattering a car window as he ran by. Unable to locate suspect.

Aug. 7

11200 block Algonquin Road, Woodway: Edmonds police are called to assist Woodway police with a home invasion robbery.

Aug. 9

22816 Edmonds Way: Vacant commercial property is burglarized for metal copper and wiring

Aug. 10

8513 Maplewood Lane: Report of four cats abandoned by their owners.

900 block Carol Way: A statue of cat is stolen off front porch over weekend.

7700 block 196th Street Southwest: A father turns in marijuana and paraphernalia belonging to his adult son.

Aug. 11

20400 86th Place West:  A woman reports receiving threatening text messages from her ex-boyfriend.


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