Edmonds Police Blotter through Dec. 2

Nov. 8
7600 block 212h Street Southwest: A student gave a peer a brownie that was laced with marijuana.

Nov. 10
1000 block Edmonds Street: An adult male was arrested for assault after a domestic dispute occurred with his wife.

Nov. 11
17000 block Meadowdale Beach Road: An unidentified male pointed an apparent handgun at a victim as she drove by in her car.

7000 block 240th Street Southwest: A disturbance between female transients led to domestic violence report.

Nov. 12
1200 block 6th Avenue: A woman reported she was scammed into sending money to a criminal who claimed she needed to wire out money to collect a lottery winning.

21000 block 76th Avenue West: A male student punched another student while walking home from middle school.

21000 block Hwy 99: A counterfeit $100 bill was passed at McDonald’s. No suspect was identified.

Nov. 13
7000 block 212th Street southwest: A 17-year-old runaway was reported by her mother.

7900 block 242nd Street Southwest: A bag of bullets were found in a yard.

Nov. 14
90 block Main Street: A purse was stolen from a vehicle while the victim was walking outside.

Nov. 15
18200 block Olympic View Drive: An unknown suspect unlawfully entered a victim’s residence and stole electronics.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A person was found in possession of marijuana on school property.

Nov. 16
21000 block Hwy 99: A person was arrested for possession of heroin and methamphetamine with intent to sell.

Nov. 18
21000 block 76th Avenue West: A person reported that someone took his cell phone and case, which had credit cards in it.

Nov. 19
22000 block Hwy 99: A person thought he purchased an iPad Air, but the contents were actually a piece of ceramic tile.

23000 block 100th Avenue West: An adult male exposed himself to a juvenile female at school.

Nov. 20
22000 block 76th Avenue West: “City of Edmonds” crossing signs were vandalized with spray paint.

19000 block 80th Avenue West: A person turned in a pink wallet to the Edmonds Police Department that was found in bushes.

7600 block 212th Street Southwest: A school bathroom was damaged with graffiti. No suspects were found.

800 block 14th Street Southwest: A white Pontiac Grand Am was stolen from the owner’s driveway overnight.

Nov. 21
24000 block 100th Avenue West: A husband was arrested for assaulting his wife.

400 block Main Street: A business sign was stolen from a storage place.

2000 block 5th Avenue North: A victim reported the unauthorized use of his stolen credit cards at Edmonds Municipal Court for payment of a court fine. Additional charges on cards were later reported.

Nov. 22
21000 block Hwy 99: When a person was trying to park his car, his foot slipped off the brake pedal and hit the gas pedal instead. The driver accelerated over a curb and down an embankment into a drainage ditch.

Nov. 23
23000 block Hwy 99: A male was observed slumped over in a vehicle and drug paraphernalia was visible on the front passenger seat. Police later found methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and items to show possession with the intent to sell and distribute drugs in the vehicle.

Nov. 24
21600 block 76th Avenue West: A male is trespassed from the hospital when he possibly tried to give illegal drugs to his girlfriend.

23000 block Edmonds Way: A male assaulted his wife after a verbal argument. He left before police arrived, but was later booked at Snohomish County Jail.

20000 block 104th Avenue West: A person was arrested for driving under the influence.

700 block 7th Avenue South: A woman broke out the window of her own vehicle during an argument with her boyfriend about car keys.

Nov. 25
714 block First Street: A Geek Squad employee reported an assault at a client’s residence, but did not pursue charges.

7600 block 212th Street Southwest: A high school student was found to be in possession of marijuana.

7600 block 230th Street Southwest: An adult male assaulted his elderly mother when she was trying to sleep.

22900 block 74th Avenue West: A residence was burglarized by an unknown person.

600 block Walnut Street: Various items including workout clothes, an iPod, surfing tool kit, knife and garage-door opener were stolen from an unlocked vehicle overnight.

Nov. 26
1000 block 5th Avenue South: An adult male was arrested for violating a “no contact” order after assaulting his ex-girlfriend.

700 block Maple Street: A male was arrested for driving under the influence.

Nov. 27
1000 block Edmonds Street: A person reported several thousand dollars of property stolen from his father’s estate.

Nov. 28
7000 block 210th Street Southwest: An adult female was cited during an assault investigation after she grabbed the chin of her son’s girlfriend.

Nov. 29
100 block 3rd Avenue South: An adult male was arrested for assault after he dragged his girlfriend by her feet out of bed and down the hallway.

1000 block Maple Street: An unknown suspect stole items from a residency when the homeowner was away.

Nov. 30
7200 block 213th Place Southwest: A car was stolen from a parking lot.

23000 block Hwy 99: A vehicle was stolen from the parking lot of Golden West Motel.

9600 239th Street Southwest: A juvenile male was arrested for shoving his mother and damaging a car mirror.

9000 block 238th Street Southwest: An adult male tears his father’s scrotum during a fight.

Dec. 2
23000 block Hwy 99: A male stole a case of beer from a supermarket.

7000 block 224th Street Southwest: A husband was arrested for strangling his wife, who was taken to the hospital.

600 block 6th Avenue North: A runaway was reported when a juvenile male did not return home from school.

23000 block Hwy 99: An adult male stole three bottles of wine. After he consumed 2.5 bottles in the store, he was taken to Swedish Hospital.

— Compiled by Marika Price

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