Edmonds Police Blotter: Feb. 4-11, 2020

Feb. 4

21601 block 76th Avenue West:  A man was removed from Swedish Edmonds Hospital for trespassing.

21900 block Highway 99: A man was arrested and booked for second-degree robbery.

500 block Forsyth Lane: Police responded to a report of a double-pane kitchen window of a third-story condo broken on inside. Nothing was missing. and there was no forced entry at window or doors.

23700 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for several driving offenses.

400 block Pine Street: Police received a report of money stolen through a scam.

7500 block 220th Street Southwest: A traffic stop led to a DUI arrest

23600 block Highway 99: A man was arrested on a warrant and removed from a store.

Feb. 5

8400 block 188th Street Southwest: A man got into an argument with his girlfriend.

20400 block 79th Avenue West: A man was arrested for fourth-degree assault and misdemeanor warrants after a physical fight with his step-brother.

23700 block 77th Avenue West: Theft of money through a phone call/gift card scam was reported.

800 block Main Street:  Police responded to a domestic dispute between roommates.

Feb. 6

8000 block 214th Place Southwest: A woman told police that she left her handbag and wallet containing her driver’s license and credit cards in a Winco shopping cart on Feb. 4.

21900 block Highway 99: A man was removed from Starbucks.

10000 block Edmonds Way: A woman told police she believes someone has been entering her apartment, possibly the landlord or a maintenance person.

8400 block 244th Street Southwest: A man ate at a restaurant then left without paying.

23800 block Highway 99: A  woman was arrested for assaulting her ex-boyfriend.

Feb. 7

400 block Admiral Way: A dog was attacked by another dog in the off-leash park, and was taken to the vet for puncture wounds.

7600 block 230th Street Southwest: Damage to vehicles was reported.

100 block West Dayton Street: Theft of property was reported from two victims using the lockers in the women’s dressing room at Harbor Square Athletic Club. Cash, credit cards, ID, vehicle/house keys and clothing were taken.

8100 block 236th Street Southwest: Police responded to a report of harassment. Victim unwilling to aide in prosecution.

21900 Highway 99:  A man was arrested for shoplifting.

7400 block 212th Street Southwest: An intoxicated man was arrested for assaulting his fiancé and brother.

102nd Place West/Edmonds Way:  A vehicle-vs.-pedestrian collision led to a DUI arrest.

Feb. 8

18800 block Soundview Place: A mailbox was broken into and mail stolen.

8500 block 196th Street Southwest: A suspicious subject was cited for drug paraphernalia possession.

600 block Bell Street: A package containing prescription medication was stolen.

22600 block 76th Avenue West: A subject was cited for fourth-degree assault.

23900 block Firdale Ave.: A man was assaulted by his girlfriend.

21400 block 72nd Avenue West: Police received a report of missing narcotics.

Feb. 9

22600 block Highway 99: A subject was assaulted outside a local gas station. Two suspects fled and were not located.

23600 block Highway 99: A suspicious man parked at local grocery store led to a referral of misdemeanor charge.

20400 block 78th Place West: Subject’s debit card was stolen and used.

1000 block 5th Avenue South: An arguments between roommates was reported.

8300 block 200th Street Southwest: A woman was involuntarily committed for a mental health evaluation.

Feb. 10

22200 block Highway 99: A subject was cited for using drug paraphernalia.

8400 block 240th Street Southwest: Unknown subjects attempted to prowl vehicles in an apartment complex.

19900 block 88th Avenue West: Broken front window at residence reported.

9700 block Edmonds Way: Two men took a backpack belonging to an employee at a business.

9300 block 244th Street Southwest: A wallet was stolen out of a car.

24100 block Highway 99: Shoplifting was reported at Burlington Coat Factory.

23600 block Highway 99: A man found a mailing package belonging to a business.

Feb. 11

8000 block 206th Street Southwest: A suspicious vehicle approached a child. (See related story here.)

21900 block Highway 99: Two juveniles were removed from a business after stealing alcohol.

20400 block 78th Place West: Mail was stolen.

 

4 Replies to “Edmonds Police Blotter: Feb. 4-11, 2020”

  1. Reading this long list of bad behavior and hurtful actions among in our community starkly shows just how much we need and should appreciate what our police officers go through in their very difficult job. How sad reading all the bad behavior and suffering among us in our community. There has been so much denigration of law enforcement in our society for many years. Yet, those who hate the police still call for them when they are in trouble themselves. Because the reality is that 99.9% of officers are dedicated to not only fairly enforcing the laws but also enforcing all our civil rights. They put their lives on the line every day when they hit the streets to serve and protect us. Police officers are human just like all of us. They feel the pain of the hurt that bad actors do in our communities. They have to comfort the victims who are in pain, yet respect the rights of the accused. Then they have to deal with the complexity of the political realities of serving in an area of the country that seems to hate the police and can’t wait to find some way to cast them as the bad guys.
    Please, when you see a police officer, tell him or her just how much you appreciate what they do. I sure do.

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  2. There is a difficult neighbor on our street and over the last 20 years or so I’ve seen our Edmonds police do an amazing job with him. I have the utmost respect for our Edmonds Police. They are approachable, compassionate and amazing assets to our community. We are lucky to have police officers who actually work for our city rather than the Shoreline model where they contract with King County and people are rotated in/out and may not be so in touch with the community.

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