Edmonds Police Blotter, Sept. 10-15


EPDpatch_smSept. 10

22000 block Highway 99: A person was walking along the highway swinging a machete and hatchet while yelling at passing traffic

Sept. 11

23600 block Highway 99: A customer shoplifting was interrupted by the store manager. The items were recovered. The suspect fled and was not found.

Sept. 12

17000 block 67th Avenue West: An instance of disorderly conduct was reported involving someone in the vehicle driving through the neighborhood and yelling at kids.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A woman reported that someone she knew assaulted her and took her service dog.

Sept. 13

300 block Sunset Avenue North: A burglar attempted to enter a house that is under construction through the garage door.

Sept. 14

18900 block 88th Avenue West: Someone reported being scammed out of $22,000 in cash after communicating with a man through an Internet dating site. The victim sent the money through wire transfer to a location outside the country.

Sept. 15

7700 block 196th Street Southwest: The unauthorized use of someone’s debit card was reported. The victim is still in possession of the card.

— Compiled by Lily Jaquith

One Reply to “Edmonds Police Blotter, Sept. 10-15”

  1. Hatchets and machetes? Cheap snatch-and-run burglaries? Scams? I don’t know how our police stay sane, dealing with all this sort of garbage. But the Edmonds Police still remain polite, helpful and human. Hats off to them, and many, many thanks for all the unpleasant work they do for us.


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