Edmonds Police Blotter

EPDpatch_smSelect reports from Oct. 9-15

Oct. 9

22600 block Hwy 99: Twelve beers were reported stolen from in front of a store after a delivery.

1100 block 9th Avenue South: A woman returned home to find her home burglarized with a large amount of valuable jewelry stolen.

Oct. 10

900 block Cedar Street: Police receive a complaint of a neighbor intentionally parking her car to block access through the complainant’s front yard gate, in an ongoing dispute over an easement.

20900 block 70th Avenue West: An adult female was taken to Swedish Edmonds after ingesting a box cutter blade.

Oct. 11

9300 block 244th Street Southwest: A woman reported that unknown suspects stole her car.

9500 block 240th Street Southwest: A 19-year-old man was arrested for intent to deliver marijuana to two juveniles. The juveniles were also charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

Oct. 12

51 Pine Street: A vehicle prowl was reported inside a secure garage at Point Edwards condos. Hubcaps were stolen and a car charger was taken from inside the car during the night. Several other vehicle prowls, attempted prowls and burglaries have been reported recently in the Point Edwards complex.

Oct. 14

7100 block 210th Street Southwest: Police receive a report of a grandson threatening to kill his grandparents.

300 block Admiral Way: A burglary of boats inside a fenced and locked dry-dock storage area was apparently interrupted.

23800 block Highway 99: A vehicle reported stolen to Seattle police was found unoccupied.

Oct. 15

17000 block 68th Avenue West: Unknown suspects stole delivered packages left on the front porch of the victim’s residence.

8100 block 236th Street Southwest: A vehicle reported stolen to Everett police on Sept. 23 was found unoccupied. Both license plates were missing from the car.

9300 block 244th Street Southwest: A stolen vehicle was recovered with its front license plate missing.






  1. Wow, I’m surprised to hear about marijuana arrests — will any of these charges stick? Not condoning “delivering” marijuana to minors or kids smoking pot, mind you.

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