Edmonds Police Blotter: May 5-12, 2022


May 5

21800 block 97th Avenue West: Unknown suspect stole a vehicle from a residence.

1000 block 5th Avenue South: A woman reported she believes her social media is being hacked.

200 block 5th Avenue North: An unknown subject left threatening voicemails on police officer’s department voicemail.

9300 block 236th Street Southwest: Police take a report and complete a referral to Child Protective Services after a juvenile alleges molestation.

400 block 3rd Avenue South: A man is accused of harassing neighbors he believes to be spying on him.

21900 block Highway 99: A check on a motorcycle with no visible license plate resulted in arrest of its owner for an outstanding warrant.

May 6

22300 block Highway 99: Police impound an abandoned vehicle blocking a business entrance and locate a rifle during an inventory search.

7200 block 224th Street Southwest: A subject revealed personal information while responding to an email scam.

24100 block Highway 99: Burglary at an antique store reported.

22000 block 98th Place West: A vehicle was prowled and sunglasses were stolen. Other vehicles in the immediate area were also prowled.

23600 block Highway 99: A male shoplifter fled via the store’s emergency exit. The suspect was not located.

23600 block Highway 99: A suspect stole beer and got away in a car.

23600 block Highway 99: Officers located and detained a warrant suspect but ultimately released the suspect due to jail extradition limitations.

8500 block 244th Street Southwest: A resident reported a suspicious uknown person at their door. The subject was not located.

May 7

23400 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for trespassing at a construction site.

7600 block Lake Ballinger Way: A man was arrested for attempting a burglary of a gas station store.

22000 block Highway 99: Multiple vehicles were prowled overnight at a car dealership service center.

23600 block 76th Place West: An unoccupied stolen vehicle was recovered for another agency.

23600 block Highway 99: A subject who had been previously removed from a business returned and stole items. The suspect was located and arrested.

21900 block Highway 99: A ring was reported lost somewhere while at a supermarket

7600 block 234th Street Southwest: Police responded to a verbal argument with conflicting stories between ex-spouses.

22500 block Highway 99: A subject was removed from property after consuming narcotics in the restroom.

7300 block 213th Place Southwest: A vehicle owner discovered a single tire was stolen from vehicle.

23600 block Highway 99: A female shoplifter who assaulted an employee and fled with merchandise was located and arrested.

1100 block 4th Avenue South: A man was arrested for burglary after breaking into a shed.

May 8

21600 block 76th Avenue West: Police responded to the hospital for a welfare check request on an infant with a bone fracture.

23600 block Highway 99: A subject was removed from location after an attempted shoplifting.

7800 block 196th Street Southwest: A verbal argument between a couple was reported.

8600 block 244th Street Southwest: A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle sometime overnight.

23800 block Highway 99: A subject who refused to leave a business was arrested for existing warrants.

8100 block 236th Street Southwest:  A resident who lost purse in Seattle reported fraudulent credit card charges.

22000 block Highway 99: A theft from a locked vehicle was reported.

23600 block Highway 99: A man was arrested after assulting his mother while at a grocery store.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A man was issued a written trespass notice from a medical facility.

May 9

200 block 6th Avenue South: A vehicle prowl captured on video depicted a possible white female. The suspect was not located.

600 block Edmonds Way: Attempted gas theft from a vehicle was reported, with gas siphoning equipment still attached.

700 block Caspers Street: A man was arrested for an attempted residential burglary.

19100 block Ocean Avenue: A man was issued a written warning for smoking marijuana in his vehicle.

7500 block 212th Street Southwest: An Edmonds business employee reported their wallet was lost at an unknown location, and fraudulent credit card activity occurred.

22700 block Highway 99: A transient male was removed from a business.

21900 block Highway 99: A loose shopping cart hit a vehicle, resulting in a verbal altercation and assault. One subject was arrested.

17100 block Talbot Road: A resident called to report their adult daughter was upset and throwing objects.

May 10

23600 block Highway 99: A man stole dog food from a store and fled on foot. He was located and arrested.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A behavioral health patient swatted arm of medical personel. Criminal charges were referred.

23600 block Highway 99: A subject was removed from a business after using narcotics in a bathroom stall.

23900 block Highway 99: Officers respond to domestic disturbance with an intoxicated ex-boyfriend throwing clothes out of a motel room.

May 11

8600 block 236th Street Southwest: A package was stolen from a residence porch and video showed the suspect was associated with a blue SUV.

8300 block 214th Place Southwest: Police received a third-party report of a disturbance between a dating couple that was detemined to be a verbal argument.

May 12

23200 block Highway 99: A stolen vehicle was located and recovered.

200 block 5th Avenue North: An out-of-state family reported two adult children were missing after communications ceased. Both have prior police contacts but are currently not in jail.

23300 block Highway 99: A vehicle was stolen overnight.

21100 block 76th Avenue West: A man stole lottery scratch tickets from a convenience store and fled in a black SUV with no license plates.

10100 block Edmonds Way: A man and woman shoplifted from a store and fled in a vehicle before police arrived.

23600 block Highway 99: A male shoplifter was located and arrested by officers one block away from the scene.

7300 block 210th Street Southwest: Police responded to a report of possible domestic assault between adult siblings.

23600 block 78th Place West: A verbal dispute occurred between a couple who is going through a divorce.

7 Replies to “Edmonds Police Blotter: May 5-12, 2022”

  1. Please identify the business at the reported address… name the businesses.

    Police vehicles need to be parked in the front parking lot of 236th & Hwy 99 businesses .. more security cameras are needed so repeat offenders can be identified. Security cameras at the 7-11 death site as well … filth and destruction is at this location and good people want to spend $ at family pancake restaurant … blue collar working people need vigilance and protection.


    1. The businesses are not usually named in the police reports we receive so we can’t always accurately identify them by address.


    2. I am glad I am not the only one who is beating this drum. I am not sure what it will take for the city to finally realize that they need to catch up to this issue. It is not just the 7-11, but the old McFinsters, the closed down mini-mart just north of the Pancake House, and the Plum Tree Plaza. There needs to be police presence along HWY99 all the time, and the city needs to communicate to owners of vacant properties what their responsibilities are to upkeep the property while they wait for whatever it is they want to happen. How can the city not hold folks responsible when there are various locations that are clearly magnets for criminal activity? Something needs to change. It is bad, folks. Please continue to contact those who are in charge to force change. The mini city hall has been “open” for some time, and it is always closed without any visible increase in city resources for this area.


      1. On that we agree Tom. Recognizing the bravery of the Azov Batallion for a moment, we need to be more like the Ukraine locally. We need police to protect us from guns, people who spread diseases and misinformation.


        1. FRAUD ALERT. This message above did not come from me. Some low-life has usurped my good name for his own nefarious purposes. Shameful.


        2. Thanks for letting us know, Roger. I’m asking my tech people to look into that.


      2. Thanks for letting me know Roger. Even though it was a hacker post, if things keep going the way they are along HWY99 we will need tanks and RPGs before we know it just to go to the grocery story. Kidding, but not really on some days :-/


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