Edmonds Police Blotter, Oct. 12-20


EPDpatch_smOct. 12

8900 block 238th Street Southwest: A mother reported to police that her daughter got angry and pushed her, and broke items in the house. The daughter stated that the mother has mental health issues and that she never touched her mother or broke anything in the home.

Oct. 13

22000 block Highway 99: A generator was stolen from inside a car dealership. The act was caught on video.

7300 block 213th Place Southwest: A bicycle lock was cut and a bicycle stolen from the back porch of a residence.

Oct. 14

22800 block 76th Avenue West: A woman called police to report that her husband may have used her name to gain access to a storage unit and take two television sets.

Oct. 15

23600 block Highway 99: An employee detained a suspect for stealing liquor from a store.

Oct. 16

23600 block Highway 99: A man attempted to use obviously counterfeit money, then fled the scene when confronted.

8200 block Lake Ballinger Way: A man, upset with his girlfriend, tried to prevent her and a friend from leaving the apartment by blocking the exit and pushing them. He also put his hand over the mouths of both women to prevent them from yelling and calling 911.

8200 block 234th Street Southwest: A man reported the theft of five checks he had placed in his mailbox to be picked up by the mail carrier.

Oct. 19

20600 block 82nd Avenue West: Police made contact with an adult man after he was reported to be yelling in a park.

7100 block 180th Street Southwest: A package was stolen from a resident’s doorstep.

Oct. 20

500 block 8th Avenue North: Police received a report of a dispute over tree branches being cut along a property line.



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