Edmonds Police Blotter: Nov. 2-8, 2021

Police

Nov. 2

7700 block Olympic View Drive: Police contacted an intoxicated man attempting to hitchhike and arrested him for outstanding warrants.

23500 block Highway 99: A subject reporting a domestic assault by their ex was ultimately arrested as the primary aggressor.

9700 block Edmonds Way: Officers interrupted a commercial burglary in progress.

7600 block 212th Street Southwest: A juvenile female student was assaulted by another juvenile female student.

7200 block 182nd Street Southwest: Photography equipment was stolen out of a vehicle overnight.

22000 block Highway 99: A man was removed from a location.

7300 block 216th Street Southwest: Theft of a wallet from a doctor’s office reported.

7600 block 212th Street Southwest: A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle.

22200 block Highway 99: A resident called to report a domestic assault but claimed no issues after police arrived. Officers were unable to determine if an assault occurred.

100 block 2nd Avenue North: A mother and son argued over the date of an upcoming flight.

20900 block 70th Avenue West: A man was reported missing from a behavioral health treatment facility.

23400 block 92nd Avenue West: Police received a report of a suspicious text messages sent to a juvenile.

22000 block Highway 99: A vehicle failed to stop for a traffic violation.

Nov. 3

23600 block Highway 99: A man who stole groceries from a store was removed from the location.

23200 block 100th Avenue West: A man was removed from a location.

200 block 5th Avenue North: A gun was turned in to police to be destroyed.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A lost wallet was recovered but some items were determined to be missing.

21500 block 73rd Place West: A person made claims their ex-boyfriend put bleach into their contact case.

24100 block Highway 99: Merchandise was stolen from a department store.

200 block 2nd Avenue South: A suspect damaged property with graffiti.

22500 block 76th Avenue West: A fheft was reported from a storage unit

23600 block Highway 99: A stolen vehicle fled from officers, striking two vehicles. No pursuit was initiated.

Nov. 4

1000 block 5th Avenue South: A condo complex common area and individual storage rooms were burglarized.

22000 block Highway 99: A previously removed subject was returned to a business. No criminal charges sought.

23200 block 75th Avenue West: A political candidate reported receipt of a disturbing email.

17100 block 76th Avenue West: A mailbox was broken into and items stolen.

1200 block 6th Avenue South: A vehicle prowl was reported. No known theft.

7400 block 218th Street Southwest: A vehicle parked on public right of way over 72 hours with expired tabs was impounded as abandoned.

7200 block 224th Street Southwest: An unidentified subject attempted to pry open secure condominium complex doors. No entry was made.

21100 block 77th Place West: A juvenile walking home from school believed they were being followed.

500 block Maple Street: A found wallet was turned in for safekeeping. Attempts to contact the owner were unsuccessful.

23400 block 99th Place West: A vehicle window was discovered broken by unknown suspect(s).

1100 block 5th Avenue South: A vehicle owner scared away a possible prowler.

Nov. 5

21900 block Highway 99: A vehicle driver failed to stop for an attempted a traffic stop.

22100 block Highway 99: A man was arrested on a warrant then released at the hospital due to medical reasons.

8400 block 240th Street Southwest: A 911 call with a disturbance heard in background determined to be a verbal domestic incident.

8400 block 240th Street Southwest: A patrol car backed into a pole. No injuries.

22600 block 105th Avenue West: A man was caught by homeowner prowling vehicle in a driveway. He was booked into jail.

23700 block 96th Place West: A delivered package was stolen from a residence.

22900 block 102nd Place West: An unidentified suspect was recorded on security video prowling a vehicle.

100 block West Dayton Street: A business employee reported a suspicious voicemail from a former employee.

22900 block 102nd Place West: Multiple vehicles were discovered prowled.

1000 block 5th Avenue South: A purse was found outside of a residence. Owner not located.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: An adult subject was reported as missing.

21100 block 78th Avenue West: A locking mailbox was broken into.

7300 block 212th Street Southwest: A vehicle rear window was shattered outside a medical facility.

600 block Birch Street: A vehicle catalytic converter was stolen. A suspicious vehicle was seen in the area but not located.

18600 block Olympic View Drive: Residents received notification from a financial institution regarding fruadulent accounts in their names.

23800 block Highway 99: A man was removed from a business after causing a disturbance with staff and refusing to leave when asked.

21700 block 80th Avenue West: A locking mailbox was damaged by thieves in a red car. Suspects were interrupted by a neighbor.

10100 block Edmonds Way: A man was trespassed from a store after causing a disturbance.

400 block 3rd Avenue North: Subject reported continual harassing phone calls and messages.

24300 block Highway 99: A business fence line was cut and several vehicle windows damaged.

23600 block Highway 99: A previously removed subject returned to a business and committed theft. The suspect wasn’t located. Criminal charges were referred.

22900 block Highway 99: A woman was removed from an establishment.

Nov. 6

22500 block Highway 99: A subject was pepper-sprayed by an unknown person. Victim did not wish to press charges.

23600 block 107th Place West: A chainsaw found on the side of the road was turned in to police.

700 block Elm Place West: A vehicle prowl with no theft was reported.

600 block 7th Avenue North: Grafitti was found painted on the street.

22100 block Highway 99: A suspect vehicle in a hit-and-run collision was found unoccupied. A stolen firearm was recovered from inside.

18900 block Soundview Place: A resident reported a harassing phone call.

1100 block B Avenue South: A vehicle prowl was reported, with earrings and wallet with contents stolen.

24100 block Highway 99: An unidentified suspect stole items from a business and fled in a vehicle.

21900 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for shoplifting.

23900 block 84th Avenue Wes: A man was arrested for trespassing at a business.

Nov. 7

8100 block 236th Street Southwest: A car window was broken and a rearview mirror reported stolen

400 block 3rd Avenue North: A grandmother and granddaughter engaged in a verbal argument.

1000 block C Avenue: Police received a report of a vehicle prowl and theft of screwdriver.

22900 block 76th Avenue West: A verbal argument occurred between a couple.

1200 block 6th Avenue South: A vehicle window was broken and bags with tools and clothes stolen.

Nov. 8

8100 block Lake Ballinger Way: Subject’s vehicle was stolen from their workplace parking lot. No suspect information.

8500 block Main Street: A found duffle bag was turned in for safekeeping.

7600 block Lake Ballinger Way. A subject was arrested for violating a no-contact order and assaulting a victim.

1000 block 5th Avenue South: Storage lockers at a condominium complex were broken into.

700 block Elm Street: A catalytic converter was reported stolen from a vehicle.

700 block 14th Way Southwest: The victim reported a threatening phone call from stranger. The stranger was identified and charges were referred.

23500 block 95th Place West: A hospice nurse turned in a flashlight they found with suspicious white powder inside.

23000 block 108th Avenue West: A lock to a locking mailbox was discovered damaged.

  1. When I remember back fifty years ago when I first moved to Edmonds, the nearest crimes reported in the newspapers were in Seattle. The occasional shootings, bank robberies, etc. Somewhere along the way, Edmonds crime became worse, and we became headlines. Each week, I read the Edmonds Police Blotters. I wonder if others are as concerned as I am about the crimes that take place in our city, in our neighborhoods, about everything our police have to handle each and every day 24/7.

    Each of us need to take some of the responsibility of not leaving anything in our vehicles that seem to attract a passersby tempting them to break. To keep our homes and cars locked up. It is unfortunate we need to feel this way, but it is a fact of life. There are way too many people who want something for nothing. The scam calls and emails, the breaking into homes and vehicles.

    I also wonder if anyone is ever embarrassed when they read the Police Blotter because they are being reported about an argument/disagreement on the street? Do they not realize that there are others with their cellphones calling 911 or even taking pictures of them? A raised voice or aggressive actions attracts those around them. A quiet discussion could possibly achieve better results and not involve others.

    I wish to thank our Edmonds Police Force for everything they do to help protect us. Reading the Blotters each week makes me appreciate you more and more. Thank You!!!

  2. It is almost laughable that our police attempt to stop traffic violators who then run from the police which in its self a second violation and the officer shrugs his shoulders and does nothing even if the vehicle is stolen. All due to our state’s legislature passing a law that does not allow further police action. This law needs to be repealed.

  3. Aren’t you jumping to a lot of conclusions here Vern? Did it ever occur to you the police may not have pursued due to the possibility of a scared and mentally unstable car thief hitting more vehicles while being chased, or worse yet, running over an innocent pedestrian while being in a car chase that can only probably end badly for all concerned and likely innocent citizens? I commend these police for their good judgement and decision making. That’s what we want after all, police interested in protecting the public using good common sense in the actions they choose to take in performing their difficult jobs. Car chases are only cool in the movies. In real life, they often end very badly for the guilty and the innocent.

  4. Sorry Clint but have you checked on the recent passage of a law by the WA State Legislature that severely limits the actions of police in pursuit of criminals and others who are observed committing esp traffic violations and the police are severely limited in attempting to stop persons without more probable cause than they used to be allowed? Talk to police officers who are now longer allowed certain actions. I am not talking of high speed vehicle pursuits as such. If you see the news each week you would have heard/read of the police not allowed to attempt the stop of persons esp for minor violations altho the officer has actually seen the violation. What law allowed before has now drastically tied the police officers hands from actually even beginning apprehension of subjects.

  5. Sorry Vern, but you are blaming a law you don’t agree with for the police not engaging in hot pursuit of a stolen car that had already hit two innocent vehicles and would probably hit more if a hot pursuit was initiated. The car will be abandoned and found at some point and the thief will get arrested at some point. My personal opinion is still that the police did the right thing in this instance and I don’t care why they might have done it. It’s quite possible that the law you don’t agree with might have prevented some unfortunate outcomes had the police engaged in a hot pursuit. One incident doesn’t prove or disprove your assertion that the legislature passed a bad law. These laws will be challenged in the courts by the people who have to try to enforce them and they will be thrown out, or changed if they prove to be problematic for law enforcement.

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