Edmonds Police Blotter, Oct. 3-11


EPDpatch_smOct. 3

18300 block 91st Avenue West: A man reported to police that he was knocked to the ground by his landlord, which dislocated his shoulder. The victim did not want the responding officer to interview a witness or the suspect.

Oct. 4

23500 block Edmonds Way: A man assaulted his girlfriend when she refused to let him use the car, punching her and threatening to kill her with an 8-inch kitchen knife.

Oct. 5

24300 block Hwy 99: An adult female walking in between lanes of traffic on Highway 99 was taken to Swedish Edmonds for a mental health evaluation.

7800 block 196th Street Southwest: Police received a suspicious circumstances report of a vehicle occupied by two males wearing ski masks.

Oct. 7

24300 block Edmonds Way: A driver failed to stop for traffic and collided with two other vehicles. DUI blood results are pending.

Oct. 9

23000 block 76th Avenue West: An impaired 911 caller stated his vehicle was stolen; however it was later recovered at the same location and not believed to be stolen. Police secured the vehicle and notified owner of its location.

Oct. 10

7500 block 220th Street Southwest: A vehicle driving erratically was stopped and the driver was arrested for obstruction and resisting arrest, as well as child endangerment.

Oct. 11

800 block Alder Street: An unleashed dog ran nto the road and in front of a moped. The dog was uninjured but the moped driver and passenger received scratches.




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