Edmonds Police Blotter, Oct. 21-26


EPDpatch_smOct. 21

7700 block 173rd Street Southwest: Victim reports that identity was used to open fraudulent bank accounts.

Oct. 22

20900 block 77th Place West: An 86-year-old man assaulted his 84-year-old wife with his cane after she slapped him on his shoulder. The husband was arrested for fourth-degree domestic violence but due to his medical problems was not booked into jail.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: Police received a report of unwanted pornographic mail received at a local business.

Oct. 23

22700 block 78th Avenue West: Victim reported that someone stole a bicycle that had been left in the driveway of residence.

Oct. 24

500 Main Street: An adult man was arrested for fourth-degree domestic violence and booked into Snohomish County Jail after throwing a beer bottle at his mother.

Oct. 25

8500 block 196th Street Southwest: A unknown suspect broke the window of an occupied vehicle and stole a purse with physical force. The suspect fled in a vehicle and wasn’t located.

Oct. 26

9500 block 240th Street Southwest: A metal locking cash box was stolen off the wall of a school office.

21900 block Highway 99: A woman is arrested for shoplifting health and beauty products at Winco.





One Reply to “Edmonds Police Blotter, Oct. 21-26”

  1. They couldn’t wait to long for Winco to open could they. Probably tired of Safeway up the street. Welcome to the neighbourhood Winco.


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