Edmonds Police Blotter: Nov. 23-29, 2021

Police

Nov. 23

22600 block Highway 99: A man spit on another person after a verbal altercation at a convenience store.

21900 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for shoplifting at WinCo Foods. He was cited for theft and given a trespass warning and a drug diversion referral.

23200 block Highway 99: A vehicle window was smashed and items were stolen.

22500 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for unlawfully discharging a firearm.

1000 block Bell Street: A woman told police she was receiving harassing phone calls from another woman.

50 Railroad Avenue North: A dog bit a person.

8800 block 236th Street Southwest: Police responded to a physical altercation between family members. One subject was arrested.

200 block 5th Avenue North: A man reported being the victim of a sexual assault that occurred when he was a child.

23500 block 84th Avenue West: A man violated a no-contact order.

Nov. 24

1100 block 6th Avenue South: A resident reported a suspicious vehicle in the area. Upon investigation, police discovered that the catalytic converter of the vehicle had been stolen.

21100 block Highway 99: A subject was removed from Jack in the Box.

11900 block Highway 99: Edmonds police assisted the Everett Police Department with identifying a wanted suspect.

21900 Highway 99: A woman was arrested for shoplifting and booked into jail for a warrant.

18700 block 84th Avenue West: A subject violated a domestic violence no-contact order.

600 block Dayton Street: A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle.

24100 block Highway 99: Multiple suspects were involved in an organized retail theft.

23600 block Highway 99: Police responded to a suspicious vehicle report.

Nov. 25

50 block Pine Street: A vehicle was prowled and several items were stolen.

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

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

100 block West Dayton Street: A utility trailer was stolen from a parking lot.

7200 block 224th Street Southwest: A firearm was discharged in Mountlake Terrace, and a stray bullet was found in Edmonds. See related story here.

7600 block 212th Street Southwest: A vehicle was prowled and a window was broken to gain entry. Several items were stolen including debit/credit cards. The suspect(s) used the cards to make fraudulent purchases.

500 block Homeland Drive: A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle.

8300 block 218th Street Southwest: Police responded to an argument between a caretaker and their patient.

21200 block 76th Avenue West: A vehicle was prowled.

21900 block Highway 99: A woman was arrested for a warrant.

Nov. 26

23800 block Highway 99: Police responded to a shooting at a motel. No one was reported injured.

7200 block 172nd Street Southwest: A vehicle was prowled and a wallet was stolen.

15300 block Westminster Way North: Edmonds police assisted the King County Sheriff’s Office.

8400 block 240th Street Southwest: A vehicle was stolen from a residence.

400 block Pine Street: A resident told police their P.O. Box address was changed by an unknown person.

8500 block 202nd Street Southwest: A juvenile left home without permission and was later located in Lake Stevens.

500 block Pine Street: A catalytic converter was stolen.

22400 block 76th Avenue West: A man was arrested for a warrant.

100 block Sunset Avenue South: A man was arrested for shoplifting.

21900 block Highway 99: A vehicle was stolen.

21000 block 74th Avenue West: Edmonds police recovered a vehicle stolen out of Everett. No suspects were arrested.

Nov. 27

6600 block 220th Street Southwest: Edmonds police K9 unit assisted the Mountlake Terrace Police Department with a commercial burglary.

23500 block 76th Avenue West: A resident’s online shopping account was compromised. Multiple fraudulent purchases were reported.

9900 block Edmonds Way: A transient man was removed from a business after he became disruptive.

21900 block Highway 99: A counterfeit $100 bill was used to purchase fast food.

22500 block Highway 99: A man attempted to steal alcohol from a store.

8100 block Lake Ballinger Way: A vehicle was prowled and a window was broken to gain entry. A jacket, cash and tools were stolen.

21900 block Highway 99: A vehicle was prowled in a business parking lot. Items were reported missing.

22100 block Highway 99: Two men were arrested for organized retail theft.

Nov. 28

210th Street Southwest/74th Avenue West: A woman was arrested for an outstanding warrant.

900 block Olympic Avenue: Police responded to a domestic violence assault. The suspect was not located.

22800 block Highway 99: A road rage incident led to a physical confrontation. During the fight, the victim’s phone was taken. The suspect was taken into custody without incident.

100 block Sunset Avenue South: A woman was arrested after assaulting her boyfriend outside of a business.

Nov. 29

22000 block Interurban Trail: Edmonds police assisted the Mountlake Terrace Police Department after a woman reported an assault. The man involved in the incident alleged the woman stole his bicycle.

8600 block 236th Street Southwest: Police responded to an attempted residential burglary.

18600 block 76th Avenue West: A business discovered a catalytic converter was stolen from a work van.

18700 block 79th Place West: A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle parked near a residence.

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

224th Street Southwest/Highway 99: A live rifle caliber bullet was located by a citizen.

800 block Dayton Street: A catalytic converter was damaged in an apparent attempted theft.

100 block West Dayton Street: A subject was arrested for assaulting their boyfriend.

22500 block Highway 99: A woman told police her purse was stolen from a shopping cart while she was loading groceries into her vehicle.

23200 block Highway 99: Police responded to a complaint involving a neighbor attempting to break into an apartment. Upon being contacted by officers, the subject exited the apartment wielding knives. The subject was eventually taken into custody.

 

5 Replies to “Edmonds Police Blotter: Nov. 23-29, 2021”

  1. We all need to be diligent so the idiots who are stealing catalytic converters are caught. The # of these thefts cause a sudden loss of the damaged car for the owner…not to mention an expensive repair.
    The police need to put 4 or 5 rigged cars with silent alarms in places where they are doing this.
    I have seen hundreds of cars in the last two years on reports….with this type of theft.
    A police video on this issue to help residents spot the crime happening…raise awareness would be VERY helpful.
    And, the judges involved with doling out punishments on this crime should add A year or two to the sentence.

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    1. Mr. Burnett’s comments should be strongly considered by Edmonds PD and then acted on. I believe such action will result in a sharp decrease in this criminal act.

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  2. I third this opinion. I have 6 vehicles associated with our home near 5th and Dayton. We have a protection shield on one vehicle to stop catalytic converter theft, after seeing these reports I now have to consider welding chains to the converters on my other 5 vehicles or risk being victimized.

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  3. I would like to know if the local police feel that *painting* the converter red with high-temp paint and scratching our vehicle ID number would be a deterrent to the theft? That would a lot easier than chaining it to the car.

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  4. I only wonder how many arrests result in prolonged incarceration. In other words, Seattle has about 100 people committing crimes repeatedly without prosecution thanks to Pete Holmes, Seattle City Attorney. Is Edmonds suffering a similar fate?

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