Edmonds Police Blotter: Jan. 8-15, 2019

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Jan. 8

8100 block 238th Street Southwest: A man was removed for loitering at a business.

100 block 2nd Avenue South: Graffiti was reported.

9100 block 185th Place Southwest: Police responded to a report of a verbal domestic dispute involving a 15-year-old boy with behavioral issues, who acted out after being confronted by parents regarding his smoking or vaping in the house.

18900 block 78th Avenue West: Police received a report of an unknown subject asking a child if he wanted a ride home.

Jan. 9

23600 block Edmonds Way: An Amazon package was opened and contents stolen, and the box left at a condo front door.

23800 block 84th Avenue West: Package thefts were reported.

7600 block 212th Street Southwest: Police responded to a report of a boyfriend and girlfriend running away together.

8100 block 242nd Street Southwest: A domestic verbal altercation occurred between a man and woman.

250 5th Ave. N. A citizen turned in a found wallet to the Edmonds police station.

23600 block Highway 99: Two subjects were cited for third-degree theft.

Jan. 10

At several locations on Pine Street,  windows were reported cracked or shattered. In one case, some change was taken.

23800 block 84th Avenue West: Residential burglary reported.

Jan. 11

500 block 3rd Avenue North: A City of Edmonds Public Works group email account received a suspicious email.

8000 block 213th Street Southwest: A suspect broke into an unoccupied home through a window, with coin change stolen.

8500 block 204th Street Southwest: A woman and her adult son argued about their living situation and his mental health.

8300 block Sierra Drive: A verbal domestic disturbance was reported.

8000 block 215th Place Southwest: A residence was burglarized when no one was home.

Jan. 12

22600 block 76th Avenue West: A commercial business was burglarized.

8000 block 214th Place Southwest: A home was burglarized — a glass growler filled with change and jewelry was taken.

8500 block 204th Street Southwest: A man was arrested for domestic violence assault.

24300 block Highway 99: A traffic stop led to a DUI arrest.

9100 block 18th Place Southwest: Police responded to a report of a runaway juvenile.

Jan. 13

100 block 5th Avenue South: An intoxicated subject was arrested for assault after causing a disturbance at a local bar.

9100 block 236th Street Southwest: A vehicle window was smashed and property stolen.

23000 block 94th Place West: A guest at a residence took a watch from the homeowner’s jewelry box without permission, then sold it for drugs.

8023 215TH PL SW 2019-00001020 Burglary WA0310200 01/13/2019 13:59:41 Residence burglarized.

7900 block 212th Street Southwest: Reporting party was concerned about a friend’s welfare. Police provided resources to the friend.

6800 block 180th Street Southwest: A mother reported her daughter was having a psychiatric episode.

600 block Edmonds Way: A traffic stop led to a DUI arrest.

Jan. 14

100 block West Dayton Street: The window of a parked rental car was broken and tools taken.

22800 block 76th Avenue West: A lost passport was reported.

1000 block 5th Avenue South: A car window was broken during a vehicle prowl.

8100 block 234th Street Southwest: A traffic stop led to DUI arrest.

9700 block Edmonds Way: A male driver was arrested for a warrant and multiple traffic offenses.

7200 block 224th Street Southwest: Police responded to a report of a couple arguing over paying rent on time.

21900 block Highway 99: A wallet with a large amount of cash was found in the parking lot of Winco Foods, and was turned in by an unidentified customer.

1000 block Euclid Avenue: A mother and son had a physical altercation over an argument about phone.

Jan. 15

21700 block 80th Avenue West: Police responded to report of an adult daughter hallucinating from possible alcohol withdrawal.

1200 block Olympic Avenue: A prescription pill found at school was submitted for destruction.

1000 block 5th Avenue South: A car window was broken during a vehicle prowl.

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