Edmonds Police Blotter: Jan. 6-10, 2023


Jan. 6

22100 block Highway 99: A vehicle window was broken and the vehicle prowled.

800 block Aloha Place: Police received a Child Protective Services referral involving sexual contact between juveniles.

23600 block Highway 99: A man shoplifted from a store.

23800 block Highway 99: A man transported by medics reported that personal belongings left behind were stolen.

21300 block 80th Avenue West: A verbal argument was reported between a father and son.

100 block West Dayton Street: A drunken man had a verbal argument with his wife in the lobby of a hotel.

Jan. 7

100 block West Dayton Street: A woman’s wallet and keys were stolen from an athletic club.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: Police responded to a behavioral health contact.

21900 block Highway 99: Shoplifting at a business led to a warrant arrest.

9600 block Blake Place: A driver was arrested for physical control of a vehicle while impaired.

Jan. 8

8400 block 244th Street Southwest: A man was trespassed from a diner for causing a nuisance.

22600 block Highway 99: A man was trespassed from a property.

100 block Railroad Avenue: A citizen complaint about driving led to a DUI arrest.

23400 block Highway 99: A man was arrested for driving while his license was revoked and without an ignition interlock device

7300 block 224th Street Southwest: A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle.

8400 block 244th Street Southwest: A customer’s wallet was stolen after a stranger sat down and struck up a conversation.

23200 block Highway 99: A subject was arrested for continued harassment.

Jan. 9

16900 block 76th Avenue West: A juvenile driver involved in hit-and-run property damage was found and identified, and charges were referred.

24100 block Highway 99: A citizen report of suspicious activity led to a warrant arrest.

20300 block 87th Avenue West: Anti-abortion signs on subject’s fence were taken down.

23000 block Highway 99: A vehicle was stolen from a car dealership sometime overnight

21900 block Highway 99: Police received a report of two males in a vehicle that turned out to be stolen. The vehicle fled and another law enforcement agency located it and arrested the driver for possession of a stolen vehicle

23200 block Highway 99: A man was given a trespass warning at the request of the property manager.

212th Street Southwest/76th Avenue West: A man was arrested after he obstructed vehicular traffic.

20900 block 70th Avenue West: Police assisted the Snohomish County Designated Crisis Responder with evaluation of a subject, who was detained and taken to the hospital under their direction.

7700 block 175th Street Southwest: A speaker was stolen from a residence

21900 block Highway 99: A woman who stole liquor from a grocery store was given a trespass warning.

Jan. 10

400 block Walnut Street: A window was broken on the west side of a coffee shop.

100 block Pine Street: A condominium office was broken into overnight.

300 block Walnut Street: Burglary of a condominium building was attempted.

24100 block Highway 99: A theft from a department store led to an arrest and stolen property recovery.

236th Street Southwest/Edmonds Way: Multiple credit cards were found and turned in.

100 block Pine Street: A resident voluntarily surrendered firearms.


  1. When you read this, a rational person would think, God bless our cops! This is only a fraction of what they put up with to ensure our safety and security. It is comforting to know, or at least it seems so, that Edmonds folks respect and admire our Edmonds Police. Unfortunately, that is not so much the case in other cities, particularly the big city south of us. Born and raised here in this area, the demise in the livability in Seattle is very disturbing and very sad. I rarely go there but when I do, the evidence of this is everywhere. I tribute it to the so-called leaders and their disdain for law and order. 153 cops have left the force there in 2022. Over 500 since the defunding nonsense. Crime is up at levels not seen in the city history.
    I want to extend a very sincere thank you to the citizens of this amazing city of Edmonds for supporting our police officers. They deserve the support you give them and when I take my walks around the city with my best friend, (my dog Max), I feel safe, and the city looks beautiful.

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