Edmonds Police Blotter, week of May 9-14

By Exildha Smith
University of Washington communications intern

May 9
300 block 3rd Avenue South: Woman was arrested for possession of stolen vehicle and identity theft during a burglary investigation.

21400 block Hwy 99: Woman arrested for possession of methamphetamine after damaging property in a restaurant. She was booked into Snohomish county jail

20200 block 87th Avenue West:  Attempted residential burglary. No entry made.

500 block Pine Street: Theft from storage locker. No suspects identified

May 10

300 block 3rd Avenue South: Storage entered and property left by unknown person.

400 block 3rd Avenue South: Theft from storage. No suspects.

21700 97th Avenue West: Someone used a fake ID to fraudulently withdraw $800 from victim’s bank account.

24100 block Hwy 99: A traffic stop resulted in driver being cited for driving without a license. Traffic police observed that a dashboard VIN plate had been removed, and suspect was cited for removing VIN plate. Vehicle impounded pending application for search warrant to determine correct VIN and ownership of vehicle.

May 11
7300 block 216th Street Southwest: Charge cards stolen from purse at doctor’s office.

7600 block 212 Street Southwest: Faculty member at Edmonds-Woodway High school was threatened during phone call.

400 block 3rd Avenue South: Condominium storage broken into.

May 12
22400 block Hwy 99: Male suspect threatened to kill ex-fiancé and her boyfriend. Attempts to locate suspect were unsuccessful.

23800 block Hwy 99: Suspect threatened to hit victim, causing her to be afraid for her safety. Suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

7300 block 216th Street Southwest:  An adult male reports the rear passenger window of his car was broken and items inside were stolen.

May 13
8800 block 192nd Street Southwest: A gas can was taken out of storage shed during the night.
23800 block Hwy 99: Collision results in adult male being arrested for DUI.

May 14
19700 block 82nd Place West: Victim reports unauthorized entry into garage during overnight hours and various power tools taken.
22300 91st Avenue West: Anonymous tip about a possible drug house. Numerous people living at residence were able to identify subject in an arrest warrant, and he was booked into Lynnwood jail.

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