Edmonds Police Blotter, Sept. 26-Oct. 2

EPDpatchSept. 26

21500 block Highway 99: A man lingering around a business was arrested on a warrant.

100 block 4th Avenue North: A collision investigation resulted in arrest for hit-and-run of an unoccupied vehicle.

9800 block Edmonds Way: Two counterfeit $100 bills were passed during a two-day time frame.

22700 block 76th Avenue West: A vehicle was prowled and a cell phone stolen.

23600 block Highway 99: A mam was arrested for shoplifting at Safeway.

23000 block Highway 99: A woman was issued a criminal citation for possession of drug paraphernalia and driving with a suspended license.

228th Street Southwest and Highway 99: A man was arrested for a felony warrant.

23600 block Highway 99: A man caught shoplifting at Safeway was arrested for third-degree theft, then taken to Shoreline where he had a warrant.

Sept. 27

7300 block 224th Street Southwest: A man’s car was car stolen from a parking lot.

18100 block 70th Place West: A man reported his identity was stolen during a vehicle prowl.

7900 block 236th Street Southwest: A vehicle reported stolen to Seattle police on Sept. 15, 2016 was found unoccupied.

7200 block Soundview Lane: Burglary of home reported.

23600 block Highway 99: A man was arrested by Everett PD in possession of numerous bottles of liquor, which were found to have been stolen from the Edmonds Safeway.

22300 block 96th Avenue West: An unlocked vehicle was prowled with several items taken, including Edmonds-Woodway High School soccer gear.

9500 block 233rd Street Southwest: Theft of license plates was reported.

7600 block Olympic View Drive: Police made a DUI arrest.

21400 block Highway 99: A vehicle was stolen from a business and a separate vehicle was prowled.

18100 block 70th Place West: A package was stolen from a door step.

Sept. 28

21500 block Highway 99: A man was arrested on a Lynnwood warrant. Suspected narcotics were located and possible charges are pending

23800 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for theft, obstructing and resisting arrest.

20600 block 76th Avenue West: A woman was defrauded of $4,200 due to a scam.

18200 block 84th Place West: A pressure washer was stolen from a driveway overnight.

22500 block 76th Avenue West: A woman reported her stolen credit card being used to rent a storage unit at Public Storage.

23600 block Highway 99: Theft of alcohol reported from Safeway. No suspects identified.

7500 block 212th Street Southwest: An unknown suspect keyed the victim’s driver’s door.

22000 block Highway 99: Subject was cited and released for prostitution and possession of drug paraphernalia.

500 block Walnut Street: Verbal domestic disturbance was reported between girlfriend and boyfriend over their child.

20000 block 81st Avenue West: A man reported a possible court order violation involving his ex-girlfriend.

200 block 6th Avenue North: A bicycle was found at Civic Playfield and brought to the police station.

Sept. 29

8500 block 186th Street Southwest: Complainant received an anonymous threatening email.

7400 block 229th Street Southwest: A woman reported she had been a victim of a scam.

8400 block 198th Street Southwest: Police responded to a civil matter regarding one neighbor trying to fix another’s gutter.

22800 block 76th Avenue West: A woman told police that someone was sleeping inside her parked vehicle.

22500 block 76th Avenue West:  Burglary of a storage unit was reported.

21300 block 80th Avenue West: A bicycle was stolen from the front porch of an apartment. The thief left behind the bicycle he arrived on.

10000 block 242nd Place West: A woman was awakened by her brother making noise in the kitchen. He had come into the residence through an unlocked window. He was told to leave and refused, but left after the police were called.

23900 block Highway 99: A runaway juvenile was located and returned home.

Sept. 30

23700 block 91st Place West: Police responded to a heroin overdose.

1100 block 5th Avenue South: A woman reported that her credit monitoring agency alerted her that someone had attempted to obtain a credit card in her name without her permission.

23600 block Highway 99: Safeway filed a complaint that a group of juveniles have been stealing alcoholic beverages from the store.

300 block Admiral Way: A theft of table linens was reported from Just Frogs in downtown Edmonds.

Oct. 1

200 block 3rd Avenue North: Police responded to a verbal domestic dispute over a lost cat.

21000 block 70th Avenue West: A business reported receiving suspicious messages from an employee.

20700 block 86th Place West: A woman complained to police that her ex-husband threatened her over the phone. She also said she was upset that he didn’t show up to pick up their child in common. The threat was denied by the ex-husband.

500 block Main Street: A stone buddha rock carving on a wood stand was stolen from a local gallery, valued at approximately $400. The suspect was captured on surveillance images taking the item.

216th Street Southwest/80th Avenue West: Police discovered a woman driver slumped over the wheel. DUI charge pending.

600 block Daley Street: Two juveniles were charged with minor in possession/consumption.

Oct. 2

23400 block Edmonds Way: Police responded to a verbal argument between boyfriend and girlfriend.

8400 block 244th Street Southwest: Theft of money was reported.

7300 block 213th Place Southwest: Police were called to a domestic argument between brothers.

23600 block Highway 99: A woman caught shoplifting was arrested for a warrant and third-degree theft.

22200 block Highway 99: A trespassing call led to multiple felony warrant arrests.

22100 block Highway 99: Theft from a car reported.

Oct. 3

9100 block 196th Street Southwest: Police received report of attempted theft of portable generator from residence.

23600 block Highway 99: A man was arrested on two Edmonds warrants.

8200 block Lake Ballinger Way: Theft from a car reported.

21900 block Highway 99: Police contacted a man and woman who were having a verbal domestic dispute. The man was arrested on a felony Department of Corrections warrant and charged with identity theft.

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