Edmonds Police Blotter, Jan. 25-Feb. 1

EPDpatchJan. 25
800 block Main St.: A 20-year-old daughter had a verbal argument with her mother.

23800 block Highway 99: Police were called to a dispute over counterfeit money at a motel.

10400 block Nottingham Road: A resident was home in the afternoon when she heard someone trying her front door. She looked out and nobody was seen.

21200 block Highway 99: A dealer license plate was reported stolen from a business.

7700 block 238th Place Southwest: Police received a report that someone might have stolen delivered items left at the front door.

23700 block 100th Avenue West: An animal abuse call resulted in an arrest and assault 3 charges.

23800 block Highway 99: Police receive a report of an intoxicated adult male and female arguing about cigarettes.

7200 block 213th Place Southwest: A victim’s laptop was stolen from the apartment building’s hallway after he accidentally left it out there.

Jan. 26
800 Driftwood Lane: Police received a report of a telephone swindle con-game.

8000 block 184th Street Southwest: Residential burglary was reported. No suspects.

8000 block 186th Street Southwest: A missing juvenile male subject was located in the City of Edmonds. His father came to the scene and took custody of him.

Jan. 27
8100 block Lake Ballinger Way: A commercial burglary occurred overnight; no suspect infirmation at time of report.

700 block 13th Way Southwest: A resident reported his vehicle was unlawfully entered and items taken.

22200 Highway 99: A man was stabbed at a local motel. Victim was taken to hospital and a suspect identified.

1200 block 9th Avenue North: Books were reported stolen from the Free Library Box.

Jan. 28
9500 block 235th Street Southwest: A 51-year-old woman dies overnight resulting from apparent alcohol intoxication.

1200 block 6th Avenue South: A woman reported theft of her purse and unauthorized use of her bank card. The purse may have been stolen during a burglary of her residence.

8400 block 240th Street Southwest: Found property consisting of mail and other personal property turned in to Edmonds PD for safekeeping.

22000 Highway 99: A woman was arrested for DUI.

23632 Highway 99: Credit cards were found in the parking lot.

Jan. 29
8700 block 182nd Place Southwest: An adult man was arrested  for threatening his father.

900 block Pine Street: Victim attempted to purchase a vehicle found in an ad. Victim was asked to make the payment by sending the money out of state to a neutral party. Estimated loss $2,700.

24111 Highway 99: A shoplifting suspect flees the premises after being contacted by loss prevention personnel.

Jan. 30
21400 block Highway 99: Cables were cut and a battery was stolen from U Haul van parked on lot of rental facility sometime overnight.

100 block 3rd Avenue North: Burglary reported to condo building. Storage room was entered and a file broken open. A vehicle was also prowled in the garage.

23200 block Highway 99: A vehicle was entered while parked at Pacific Park apartments overnight, and computers stolen.

22000 block 9th Place West: Report of stolen mail.

7300 block Olympic View Drive: A driver on a traffic stop was arrested for DUI and booked into Snohomish County Jail.

8100 block Lake Ballinger Way: Vehicle prowl reported; no witnesses or suspects.

Jan. 31
20900 block 83rd Avenue West: A man was arrested for assaulting his ex-wife.

80 block Main Street: A woman was arrested for domestic violence assault.

Feb. 1
23000 100th Avenue West: A business owner was advised that someone had burglarized the store and stolen the cash register during the weekend.

20600 block 76th Avenue West: A woman reported that someone opened three credit cards under her name without her permission.

15900 block 75th Ave. West: Police receive report of frequently barking dogs causing a nuisance. A second offense citation will be issued via Edmonds Municipal Court to the dog owner.

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