Edmonds Police Blotter, Aug. 20-27


EPDpatch_smAug. 20

7400 block 218th Street Southwest: A woman saw a man in her backyard late at night and believes that he was naked and looking into her window. No suspect has been identified.

600 block Main Street: A man notified police of his concern that his former landlord may commit arson based on past activity that he discovered through research.

23600 block 97th Place West: Residents report that their mailboxes had been opened and one mailbox had stolen mail. Witness reported a silver suspect vehicle.

Aug. 21

20000 block 84th Avenue West: A school custodian noticed and reported a suitcase left in the parking lot of a school.

Aug. 22

8400 block 244th Street Southwest: A dine and dash incident occurred at Denny’s.

Aug. 23

8500 block 242nd Street Southwest: The victim’s boyfriend threatened him with a crowbar and attempted to kick him. The boyfriend was booked into Snohomish County Jail.

Aug. 24

400 block Admiral Way: A male entered the roadway and lunged at a man riding a motorcycle in an apparent attempt to pull him off of his bike.

22800 block 76th Avenue West: Burglary of a laundry room occurred. The top of the washing machine was pried. No loss was reported except for the damage to the washing machine.

Aug. 25

18600 block 78th Place West: A dress was stolen from the back porch inside a fenced yard of a residence. A theft occurred at the same residence over the weekend. The family possibly knows the suspect.

21500 block Highway 99: A manager at Value Village reported ongoing drug activity. A woman in the parking lot was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and was cited for the violation. Consequently, she was booked for an outstanding Lynnwood warrant.

Aug. 26

21400 block Highway 99: Employees suspected seeing customers using cocaine while seated at a table. One subject was found to have warrants.

Aug. 27

8600 block 244th Street Southwest: Unknown suspects were knocking on a residence and entered the resident’s vehicle. No damage or theft occurred.

— Compiled by Olivia Fuller

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