Edmonds Police Blotter: Aug. 16-23, 2021

Aug. 16

21000 block 76th Avenue West: Another law enforcement agency located an unreported stolen vehicle. A suspect was arrested.

1000 block Bell Street: A man attempted to order items online to identify himself as a federal agent.

23600 block Highway 99: A man stole from Winco.

22500 block Highway 99: A warrant subject was arrested.

21900 block Highway 99: A subject was arrested for stealing from a local business and was booked in the Snohomish County Jail.

7200 block 212th Street Southwest: A theft was reported.

100 block West Dayton Street: A subject was arrested after throwing a rock at a passing vehicle. The suspect was also found to be in possession of methamphetamine. A warning was issued for the drug violation.

21900 block Highway 99: A theft was reported at a grocery store.

Aug. 17

9700 block 234th Street Southwest: A misdemeanor theft occurred.

8500 block 242nd Street Southwest: A vehicle was stolen.

23300 block 97th Place West: A vehicle was prowled.

23300 block 97th Place West: A suspect entered a boat and stole safety equipment.

8500 block 238th Street Southwest: A resident discovered mailboxes were broken into.

23200 block Highway 99: Police assisted with placing a homeless woman into housing.

23900 block Highway 99: A robbery was reported at a local motel.

7200 block 220th Street Southwest: A vacant business was burglarized.

Aug. 18

21900 block 76th Avenue West: A driver with a warrant was stopped by police but was unable to be arrested due to having a child in the vehicle.

18000 block 13th Avenue Northwest: A stolen vehicle was recovered in Shoreline.

22000 block Highway 99: A suspect stole from a store.

20800 block 74th Avenue West: A vehicle was reported stolen.

300 block Howell Way: A woman told police subjects entered her apartment and took 12 pills, some silverware and a 6-foot screen.

21900 block Highway 99: A shoplifter was cited and released.

19100 block Olympic View Drive: Police responded to a disagreement between parents with a shared child.

Aug. 19

8100 block 238th Street Southwest: A man was cited and released for punching another man.

24000 block 79th Place West: A resident discovered a window was removed and tools were stolen.

1100 block 3rd Avenue South: A woman borrowed her sister’s rental and it was found wrecked a week later.

200 block 4th Avenue North: A vehicle was towed after being illegally parked and blocking a residential driveway.

24200 block 107th Place West: Police responded to an argument between a married couple.

100 block Edmonds Way: A vehicle was towed after it was abandoned on a ferry.

9600 block 231st Place South: A suspect assaulted their roommate during an argument.

22000 block Highway 99: A man was removed from a business for causing a disturbance.

9500 block Bowdoin Way: A vehicle window was broken and a purse stolen.

Aug. 20

300 block Admiral Way: Subjects broke a window and attempted to steal a truck. The steering column was damaged.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A man with gunshot wounds was admitted to an Edmonds hospital. Another police agency was notified for investigation.

21400 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for a warrant after refusing to leave a business. The man was also charged with drug and gun crimes.

23600 block Highway 99: A scooter was stolen from outside a local store.

100 West Dayton Street: A locked vehicle was prowled and items were stolen.

21300 block 72nd Avenue West: A catalytic converter was stolen.

23500 block 75th Avenue West: Police responded to an argument between a couple.

7900 block 211th Place Southwest: Police responded to a verbal argument between a husband and wife.

7400 block 212th Street Southwest: A traffic stop led to a DUI arrest.

Aug. 21

23300 block Humber Lane: An online payment app was hacked and money was stolen from the associated account. The money was routed to a bank in Philadelphia.

8000 block Olympic View Drive: Two men got into an argument at a park.

1200 block Main Street: A cell phone was found.

22000 block Highway 99: A man caused a disturbance in a store and displayed a knife.

10500 block 226th Street Southwest: A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle parked in a driveway.

22100 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for an outstanding warrant.

22000 block 95th Place West: A traffic stop led to a DUI arrest.

Aug. 22

500 block Wlanut Street: A lost wallet and sandals were returned to owner.

23600 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for trespassing at a business.

600 block 5th Avenue South: A misdemeanor theft was reported.

22700 block 96th Avenue West: A man shouted insults at his female neighbor.

22200 block Highway 99: A vehicle for sale was taken for a test drive but not returned.

50 Railroad Avenue North: A vehicle window was broken.

Aug. 23

24200 block 107th Place West: Police responded to a verbal argument between a man and his adult daughter.

3600 block 122nd Street Northeast: An Edmonds police K9 unit assisted the Marysville Police Department with attempting to locate multiple burglary suspects. No suspects were located.

400 block Admiral Way: A vehicle was prowled and a window was smashed.

1500 block 9th Avenue North: Police responded to a disturbance between neighbors.

22100 block Highway 99: A driver was arrested for a warrant.

7300 block 213th Place Southwest: A man was arrested after breaking a glass door during an argument with his girlfriend.


  1. Crime has gone up in Edmonds and will continue to rise as we give out “free” benefits which will attract drug users who want a place to get free stuff from. This is proven in Seattle and if they don’t take a motel voucher there will be tents in our parks. We are not talking about petty crimes in this blotter. A man entered a hospital with bullet wounds! Where’s the shooter? Will he/she be caught? a man creating a disturbance at a business showing a knife (what happened to him, was he charged?). Another man with a warrant was arrested and was also charged with drug and gun crimes! Wow! What has happened to our city??? What decisions are government officials making bringing harm to our community? Most of what constituents say falls on deaf ears. We need to tell government to reject federal money for “free” benefits. when they take the money as they have for motels and other social service things they have to justify the need. Do you see the cycle??? Thanks to MEN for a platform to be heard! Get these awful people in gov’t out before they destroy Edmonds. Please vote for those who DON’T want increased density as that brings more crime.

      1. Indeed Carl !!! I don’t like the direction things are moving. Let’s change the course of events to protect our citizens!

      2. The push for reform in law enforcement has gone too far.
        In the real world, fast decisions need to be made daily to possibly save lives and property. The state has taken that VERY important ability from law enforcement agencies. It has already caused loss.
        If you disagree with me, that’s o.k. But don’t expect much sympathy when a wrong way driver on I-5 isn’t stopped immediately, and runs into you, your family members, or a neighbor.
        Or a crazy homeless mental case stabs someone and maims them.

  2. I could not agree more with the above comments in regards to changes I see happening. It is important to feel safe in your own town. If you allow criminals to commit crimes and not be held accountable by the judicial system something is very wrong. I see all
    the benefits and services that our tax dollars provide being wasted. Our community has to wake up and demand a certain level of accountability from its citizens. Our society deserves and we do not want to be like Seattle.

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