Edmonds Police Blotter: Jan. 14-21, 2020

Jan. 14

9300 block 244th Street Southwest: A vehicle was reported stolen and subsequently located.

22800 block 100th Street Southwest: A citizen turned in a found gold ring.

19500 block 88th Avenue West: A mail box lock was broken.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A women was removed from Swedish Edmonds hospital after yelling at other patients in the emergency room and taking food from Starbucks.

23100 block 97th Avenue West: Ice on the roadway caused a vehicle to skid and crash into a resident’s tree. The vehicle left without reporting the collision.

Jan. 15

22300 block 95th Plaee West: A woman reported her vehicle was stolen, and her juvenile son was found with the vehicle moments later.

21700 block 76th Avenue West: Windows were broken on a vehicle and rear license plate stolen.

23600 block Highway 99: Merchandise stolen from a store was recovered by employees and customers.

8600 block 244th Street Southwest: A juvenile sent suicidal messages to a friend.

Jan. 16

17200 block Highway 99: Edmonds police provided an assist to Lynnwood PD for an assault weapon suspect.

22600 block 76th Avenue West: Two vehicles were broken into.

24100 block 107th Place West: Victim reported that someone gained access to business credit card account.

23000 block 76th Avenue West: A suspicious vehicle led to a warrant arrest.

21600 block 79th Avenue West: A woman was assaulted by a juvenile male.

22100 block Highway 99: Reporting party wanted to document suspicious activity associated with one of the motel customers.

Jan. 17

8400 block 244th Street Southwest: Two separate incidents at Denny’s: A man was removed from the restaurant and a woman left without paying for food.

24100 block Highway 99: A man stole clothing from a business.

8100 block 238th Street Southwest: A bike was stolen from outside a convenience store while the owner was inside.

23600 block Highway 99:  A woman was arrested for shoplifting and a warrant.

21400 block 72nd Avenue West: The daughter of a local resident discovered fraudulent bank activity related to her mother’s account.

Jan. 18

8400 block 244th Street Southwest: A man attempted to use a credit card at Denny’s, but when he was asked for identification he walked away and left the card.

23800 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for felony harassment domestic violence.

21900 block Highway 99: A subject was arrested for theft at a local store and also had a felony warrant.

7900 block 189th Place Southwest: Police responded to a verbal argument involving a mother, father and 18-year-old daughter.

4700 block 222nd Street Southwest: Police provided a K9 assist to Mountlake Terrace PD for a residential burglary.

100 block 5th Avenue South: A man had his wallet stolen from a bar.

Jan. 19

20600 block 76th Avenue West: A verbal argument occurred between husband and wife.

7900 block 211th Place Southwest: Residents had an argument.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A man left his phone in the bathroom, and when he returned to retrieve it, it was gone.

Jan. 20

7400 block 228th Street Southwest: A bicycle was found abandoned on the sidewalk.

250 5th Ave. N.:  Found items were turned into clerks at Edmonds Police Department.

21300 block 58th Avenue West: EPD provided an assist to Mountlake Terrace police on a welfare check for a man who lived alone and had not been seen for awhile. The check revealed that the man died by suicide.

Jan. 21

Bowdoin Way/96th Avenue West: A woman was arrested for DUI after vehicle collision.

16300 block Ash Way: Police provided a K9 assist to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office for a felony eluding case.

20900 block 70th Avenue West: Police referred a case to prosecutor for a person who failed to register as a sex offender.

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