Edmonds Police Blotter, July 30-Aug. 4

By Exildah Smith
University of Washington communications intern

23700 block 104th Avenue West: Two juveniles were asked to identify themselves while they were in the park unlawfully after dark. One juvenile refused, and he was found to be in possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

21900 block Hwy 99: After a man shoplifted merchandise from Top Food and Drug, he tried to physically resist store security, but he was restrained and later arrested for robbery and booked at county jail.

8600 block 220th Street Southwest: A man driving a green Chevrolet pickup asked a 14-year-old girl to jump in his truck. The girl refused and quickly walked away.

9000 block 216th Street Southwest:  A man reported that someone threw a small rock through his back screen door during the afternoon hours, causing a small hole in his screen. No suspects were seen or heard.

AUG. 1
23600 block Hwy 99:  A mother left her 9-month-old baby in an unsecured vehicle for approximately 30 minutes while she went shopping

1000 block Daley Street: Four teenage boys were caught moving garbage cans in the roadway

Main Street/Railroad Avenue: A highly intoxicated man was moaning and howling at citizens

AUG. 2
300 block Admiral Way: An intoxicated man sitting on a park bench was moaning loudly

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A vehicle was broken into while parked in the parking lot. A wallet which had credit and debit cards was stolen, and later the cards were fraudulently used by suspect.

8200 block 212th Street Southwest: Suspect claiming to have a gun robs a man of his cell phone, and then escorts him home to take additional property from him. But things quickly turned around when the victim pointed a rifle at suspect, who eventually fled the scene.

AUG. 3
9600 block 239th Street Southwest: A mother and her 15-year-old son had a verbal argument

AUG. 4
19500 block 82nd Place W: A girl was arrested for domestic violence after she assaulted her mother.

  1. “A mother and her 15-year-old son had a verbal argument” REALLY?! This could have been me and my teenager. This warranted police involvement?

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