Edmonds Police Blotter: Feb. 16-22, 2021

Feb. 16

9300 block 244th Street Southwest: Vehicles in an apartment complex were found open and prowled. A subject was seen looking into cars and pulling door handles.

9300 block 244th Street Southwest: A vehicle was prowled at an apartment complex. A vehicle was entered, no but property was stolen.

9500 block 244th Street Southwest: A woman reported that someone prowled her vehicle overnight.

600 block Dayton Street: The front window of a business was broken.

22700 block 78th Avenue West: A resident had items damaged and stolen from the yard. The suspects left behind a bag with mail.

600 block Glen Street: Unemployment fraud was reported.

24200 block 101st Avenue West: A vehicle was prowleded in a neighborhood.

7500 block 176th Street Southwest: A 16-year old juvenile ran away from a group home, but was later found safely in Seattle.

23600 block Highway 99: A man stole from a store. He was a repeat offender.

19000 block 88th Avenue West: A subject was taken into custody and booked into jail for a court order violation.

500 block 5th Avenue South: An intoxicated woman caused a disturbance at a restaurant.

23600 block Highway 99: An unknown female stole from a local store and fled through the emergency doors.

Feb. 17

21900 block Highway 99: A transient man stole liquor from a local store.

22800 block 100th Avenue West: A man entered a closed grocery store and caused a disturbance. He was then removed from the store.

22600 block Highway 99: A shoplifter was taken into custody and booked into jail.

9000 block 236th Street Southwest: Mailboxes were pried open sometime overnight. It is unknown if a theft occurred.

7200 block Lake Ballinger Way: A vehicle window was smashed and clothes were stolen from inside the vehicle.

23500 block 84th Avenue West: Waterproofing material on a roof under construction was cut, which caused a leak inside the building.

9th Avenue North/Caspers Street: A subject was arrested for DUI after driving a vehicle over the sidewalk, where it got stuck.

212th Street Southwest/Highway 99: A driver was cited for having an altered trip permit and no valid driver’s license.

8400 block Main Street: A criminal trespass warning notice was issued on behalf of a business.

18300 block 72nd Avenue West: Property was stolen from a resident.

8400 block Bowdoin Way: Police made a warrant arrest.

22100 block Highway 99: A man reported that his vehicle was stolen.

18300 block 72nd Avenue West: A mn violated a court order by making phone contact with the protected person.

228th Street Southwest/76th Avenue West: A traffic stop led to an arrest for DUI and possession of stolen vehicle.

24000 block Van Ry Boulevard: Edmonds police assisted the Mountlake Terrace Police Department with locating a domestic violence assault suspect. The suspect fled the area on foot and was not located.

Feb. 18

21900 block Highway 99: A retail scanner device was stolen from a store.

6800 block 162nd Place Southwest: A package that was supposed to be delivered to a subject may have been stolen or misplaced.

100 block 3rd Avenue South: A business owner reported damage to windows.

17400 block 71st Avenue West: A juvenile male was seen trespassing on private property. He was arrested for vehicle prowling, trespassing and providing false statements to the police.

22500 block Highway 99: Alcohol was stolen from a business. The suspect was not located.

18300 block 72nd Avenue West: A court order violation between family members was reported. Probable cause was developed and charges were referred for the suspect, who had fled the scene.

Feb. 19

200th Street Southwest/52nd Place West: Edmonds police assisted the Lynnwood Police Department with attempting to locate a subject with a manslaughter warrant. The suspect was not located after a track and a building search.

23600 block Highway 99: A man was arrested and booked for robbery after stealing from a business and assaulting staff.

22800 block 75th Avenue West: A resident reported a row of mailboxes was broken into. It is unknown if any mail was stolen at the time.

23600 block Highway 99: A woman stole merchandise from a department store. The suspect was not located.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: Multiple forms of identification, credit/debit cards and other ID cards were found in a medical patient’s belongings that did not belong to them.

24300 block 89th Place West: A man reported ongoing domestic issues with his family.

21100 block Highway 99: A man assisted Lynnwood police with a DUI investigation after picking a female up off the ground and placing her in a vehicle.

Feb. 20

23800 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for an outstanding warrant.

8400 block 188th Street Southwest: Adult siblings engaged in a verbal argument regarding a living arrangement and their mother’s wellbeing.

23600 block Highway 99: A suspect was arrested for theft and the stolen property was recovered and returned.

7600 block 234th Street Southwest: A disturbance was reported involving two individuals while one of the parties retrieved items from a residence on behalf of an uninvolved third party.

7600 block 234th Street Southwest: A parent discovered graphic child pornography on an email account belonging to an ex-spouse.

22500 block 76th Avenue West: A storage unit was broken into and property was stolen.

21200 block Highway 99: A stolen vehicle was recovered at a local motel.

23700 block 102nd Place West: A verbal domestic disturbance was reported between a man and his adult daughter over his recently estranged wife coming into their shared residence to retrieve property.

9900 block Edmonds Way: A bank customer found keys lodged into a drive-thru ATM check deposit box. The keys were entered as found property at the police department.

900 block Edmonds Street: A woman heard someone jiggle the door handle at her residence. Officers responded and did not locate anyone on the property. No physical evidence was located.

9800 block Edmonds Way: A vehicle was reported stolen from a grocery store parking lot.

Feb. 21

22200 block Highway 99: A subject approached police and advised them of a suspicious circumstance.

7800 block 218th Street Southwest: Several vehicles on the property were unlawfully entered and items were stolen.

7700 block 218th Street Southwest: A motorcycle was stolen from the front yard of a residence.

22500 block 76th Avenue West: An empty safe was stolen from a storage unit.

Feb. 22

7300 block 213th Place Southwest: A vehicle was prowled at an apartment complex.

21800 block 76th Place West: A man was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle.

23600 block Highway 99: A man who was previously removed from a location returned and was arrested.

22000 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for driving a stolen vehicle.

7600 block 200th Street Southwest: A resident discovered unauthorized transactions on a local electronics store credit account. The suspect picked up items locally and provided a name.

7800 block 218th Street Southwest: A vehicle parked along street was stolen.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A sexual assault from 2019 was reported.

7200 block 224th Street Southwest: A vehicle was entered and property was stolen.

21800 block 77th Place West: A homeowner discovered a mailbox was opened and mail was stolen twice within the past week. Neighbors’ mailboxes were also affected.

1200 block 8th Avenue South: A man was arrested after a third party reported hearing a disturbance involving him and his adult son.

 

  1. It appears to me that Edmonds officers are proactive around the hilltop area around the Safeway Plaza. But seeing the tweakers at every exit is hard to watch. Especially in front of signs indicating no loitering and begging.
    Their garbage left on site is unsightly. Needles, orange caps, tiny alcohol bottles, beer cans, and so much more.

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