Edmonds Police Blotter, June 20-29


June 20

21900 block Highway 99: A suspect was taken into custody for trespassing, and a search found heroin located on his person.

8500 block 186th Street Southwest: The complainant reported an identity theft that led to a fraudulent tax filing.

22400 block Highway 99: A male subject was arrested for two confirmed misdemeanor warrants, theft and vehicle prowling, issued by the Lynnwood Police Department.

June 21

400 block Main Street: An adult female witnessed an unknown suspect break a light bulb outside a local business.

23632 Highway 99: Two suspects stole food from the Dollar Tree and fled the scene after being confronted.

June 22

7300 block 215th Street Southwest: Officers were dispatched to a possible attempted vehicle theft, and took the driver of a suspicious vehicle nearby into custody.

June 23

9600 block Laurel Lane: The victim reported an electric motor had been stolen off a boat parked in the driveway.

9300 block 232nd Street Southwest: The victim reported dirt and car parts had been placed in an unlocked vehicle.

8400 block 196th Street Southwest: The victim reported two firearms had been stolen out of his vehicle while staying at a friend’s house the night before.

600 block Maple Street: The complainant reported a person taking off clothes in the street; the subject was located and transported to the hospital for a possible heroin overdose.

June 24

500 block 5th Avenue South: The victim reported a theft of checks that led to forgery.

19300 block 44th Avenue West: A 24-year-old male was arrested on two Edmonds misdemeanor warrants.

1500 block Olympic View Drive: A traffic stop resulted in the arrest of an adult male with felony warrants.

June 25

24111 Highway 99: The complainant reported 14 Goebel Co-Boy figurines have been stolen from a display at Aurora Antique Pavilion.

23632 Highway 99: A male was arrested for shoplifting at Safeway.

June 26

23300 block 75th Avenue West: A grenade was discovered in a residence while cleaning it out, and was removed by the bomb squad.

600 3rd Avenue West: A City of Edmonds park worker found a sparkler bomb in City Park; the bomb was turned over to the joint agency bomb squad.

22201 block Highway 99: A woman abandoned a 2-year old child in a motel room to go to a medical appointment. Child Protective Services was called to the scene.

June 27

8500 block 207th Street Southwest: A juvenile runaway with a warrant was arrested upon returning home and booked into the Denny Youth Center.

71 Main Street: An unknown suspect shine a blue laser light at the captain of the Washington State Ferry while he was operating the vessel.

June 28

10500 block 243rd Place Southwest: The complainant reported a smashed window and stolen briefcase from the backseat of a vehicle.

19800 block 81st Place West: The victim reported a credit card was used fraudulently at three locations.

June 29

21100 block 76th Avenue West: A suspect was contacted after a suspicious person call and was found to have a felony warrant.

— Compiled by Caitlin Plummer


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