Edmonds Police Blotter: June 6-12, 2019

June 6

23800 block Highway 99: Police arrested a DUI driver.

20400 block 81st Avenue West: Verbal domestic dispute between 19-year-old son and mother, who wants son to move out.

23500 block 84th Avenue West: Child Protective Services provided assistance on potential child abuse.

1100 block 2nd Avenue South: A resident discovers unauthorized charges on credit account.

19100 block 84th Avenue West: A man has not returned home or reported to work for the past couple of days.

23900 block Highway 99: A license plate was discovered on a vehicle where it didn’t belong.

June 7

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A woman assaulted a hospital security guard.

7000 block 210th Street Southwest: Lug nuts on all four tires of a vehicle were found to be loosened but no actual damage occurred.

17600 block 69th Avenue West: A vehicle prowl led to a purse and credit cards being stolen.

24200 block 101st Avenue West: Subject discovered rear licenses plate on car had been switched.

100 block 4th Avenue North: Damage was reported to a vehicle that was parked downtown.

800 block Caspers Street: Scratches were reported on a child’s face.

23400 block 93rd Avenue West: A son assaulted his father during an argument as was arrested for domestic violence assault.

21500 block 73rd Place West: An intoxicated juvenile assaulted sibling and ran away from home.

June 8

300 block Admiral Way: Diabetic episode reported at Arnie’s with Narcan administered.

21900 block 88th Place West: Juvenile male was reported missing/runaway.

21900 block Highway 99: Subject caught shoplifting was removed from a local business.

21900 block Highway 99: Police contacted a suspicious vehicle and arrested occupants for possession of drug paraphernalia (heroin and methamphetamine).

24200 block Firdale Avenue: A residential burglary was reported, with entry made through the front door.

June 9

10100 block Edmonds Way: A bank bag was stolen from the Taco Bell Counter.

20400 block 80th Avenue West: Verbal domestic disturbance reported.

22800 block 100th Avenue West: During a warrant arrest for another agency, police found drugs hidden on the subject.

6600 block 170th Place Southwest: Neighbors told police they were concerned about green-colored liquid running down streets of neighborhood.

21900 block Highway 99: A woman caught shoplifting was removed from location.

21500 block Highway 99: Criminal trespass citation was issued to non-paying customer of Value Village.

8400 block 240th Street Southwest: Police contacted a subject sleeping on the grass who had Edmonds warrants.

16400 block 72nd Avenue West: Verbal argument occurred between husband and wife.

22100 block Highway 99: Theft of credit cards reported.

21900 block Highway 99: Stolen vehicle located with two occupants inside. Driver was arrested for a felony warrant and possession of a stolen vehicle.

8400 block 244th Street Southwest: A person was removed from Denny’s for trespassing.

June 10

19500 block 84th Avenue West: Attempted Burglary of church shed reported.

200 block 3rd Avenue South: Victim reported identity theft with personal information used to open fraudulent accounts.

21900 block Highway 99: Subject was caught shoplifting at WinCo.

20600 block 82nd Avenue West: Homeowner discovered someone had forced entry into his vacant property.

7700 block 216th Street Southwest: Police recovered a stolen vehicle.

June 11

7500 block 208th Street Southwest: Domestic verbal dispute reported.

22020 block Highway 99: Tires and wheels were stolen from a new 2019 Honda Civic.

1000 block 4th Avenue South: A woman said forged checks were posted against her personal checking account.

700 Birch Street: A domestic dispute-with no assault was reported.

7600 block Olympic View Drive: A man was involved in a disturbance with his juvenile son while trying to control him.

June 12

21300 block Highway 99: Numerous cars parked in a repair shop lot were likely prowled.

8800 block Main Street: Unknown item struck a mailbox, damaging it and its base.

4 Replies to “Edmonds Police Blotter: June 6-12, 2019”

      1. There are two police related questions from these comments in the last week and I have sent them on to see if they can be answered.

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    1. Here’s some more detail from Edmonds police on that call regarding the use of Narcan for a diabetes issue: “The call was for someone possible overdosing on narcotics at the location. The subject said they were having a diabetic episode, but many of the symptoms they were displaying were also similar to that of a drug overdose. When they collapsed to the floor, the officer used the Narcan spray, but there was no effect. Aid arrived quickly (they were already on the way) and took over the medical side of things. It was confirmed they had a diabetic episode.

      “Narcan is safe to use, even if the person is not having a drug enduced overdose. It only (chemically) stops the overdose symptoms. They still have to go to the hospital because there are still drugs in their system and need medical attention.”

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