Edmonds Police Blotter: Nov. 6-13


Nov. 6

24100 block Beeson Place: A stolen license plate was found dumped in roadway/alleyway.

24300 block 76th Ave. W.: Attempted burglary reported.

7300 block 213th Place Southwest: Vehicle prowl with theft occurred.

7900 block 212th Street Southwest: A wallet was found in the parking lot of Town Squire Apartments.

21900 block Highway 99: A suspect was cited for third-degree shoplifting.

16100 block 75th Place West: Reporting party received suspicious text messages.

100 block 4th Avenue West: Two adults fell in the roadway while trying to get out of the way of a passing car.

Nov. 7

22200 block Highway 99: A vehicle eluded police following an attempted traffic stop.

24000 block 84th Avenue West: A vehicle window was broken and contents disturbed.

7600 block 212th Street Southwest: Threats were made by an unknown person on social media

23600 block Highway 99: Three females entered a store with empty bags. When they started putting items in the bags and were confronted, they ran from the store.

40 block Pine Street: Victim reported a vehicle prowl of an unsecured vehicle parked in secured condo building garage.

7900 block 236th Street Southwest: Report of a vehicle prowl during which a purse was stolen and credit cards were used at nearby stores.

8700 block 236th Street Southwest: Report of theft at construction site. Construction site owner declined to pursue the case due to lack of information.

600 block Daley Street: A woman’s credit card received unauthorized charges; woman then received packages related to charges. Contacted credit card company and got charges dismissed.

100 block 4th Avenue North: A verbal domestic dispute was reported.

Nov. 8

24200 block 88th Place West: Suspicious subject came to homeowner’s door in the afternoon. The homeowner believes the subject was casing the neighborhood. Subject was captured on video surveillance.

220th Street Southwest/Highway 99: Subject was cited for drug paraphernalia

Nov. 9

7600 block 212th Street Southwest: A non-student came onto school campus and assaulted a student.

Nov. 10

Maplewood Drive/Main Street: A citizen found a cell phone.

22500 block Highway 99: A transient was trespassed from Rite Aid.

22300 block Highway 99: A woman was arrested on multiple charges after eluding police.

21900 block Highway 99: A man assaulted local grocery store loss prevention staff.

7300 block 208th Street Southwest: A vehicle that fled from a traffic stop was later located unoccupied in Lynnwood.

Nov. 11

Highway 99/State Route 525 on ramp: Edmonds K9 team assisted Washington State Patrol with pursuit and assault suspects.

18300 block Highway 99: Edmonds PD K9 team assisted Lynnwood police with a burglary at a junkyard.

7900 block 212th Street Southwest: Police received a report of unwanted electronic messaging and possible stalking by ex-boyfriend.

700 block 7th Avenue North: An unknown person was putting property in a storage shed for storage.

8400 block 244th Street Southwest: A fake $100 bill was passed to a local restaurant.

Nov. 12

22500 block 72nd Place West: A man resisted police while being arrested for DUI.

Olympic View Drive/76th Avenue West: A woman was taken via aid car to the hospital for evaluation after she was found slumped over in a vehicle and not responsive at an intersection. The window was shattered to access the woman, and the vehicle was impounded.

7100 block 210th Street Southwest: Police responded to a domestic assault between roommates.

7400 block 220th Street Southwest: A two-vehicle collision resulted in a driver arrested for hit and run.

23800 block Highway 99: A boyfriend and girlfriend were arguing in a motel room.

8900 block 200th Street Southwest: A juvenile male was involuntarily committed after being a danger to others and being unable to care for self as a result of narcotics use.

Nov. 13

21600 block 76th Avenue West: The front license plate was stolen from the victim’s vehicle while parked at Swedish Edmonds on or about Nov. 9, 2018.

8900 block 188th Street Southwest: A man said a fraudulent cellular phone account was opened in his name.


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