Edmonds Police Blotter: May 28-June 4, 2024

May 28

23600 block of Highway 99: A woman was booked for theft from a grocery store.

23600 block of Highway 99: A man stole from a business. He was booked into Snohomish County Jail.

24100 block of Highway 99: A man stole items from a department store.

23600 block of Highway 99: A theft was reported at a business. The suspect was not found.

200 block of 5th Avenue North: An owner surrendered their dog after they were unable to care for it.

5700 block of 188th Street Southwest: A vehicle was stopped for a stolen license plate. It was determined the plate had not been removed from stolen vehicle database.

24100 block of Highway 99: A man was trespassed from a business.

200 block of 4th Avenue South: A man was transported to the hospital for behavioral health evaluation after an altercation with a woman.

23700 block of 104th Avenue West: Theft was reported.

23600 block of Highway 99: A man was trespassed from a grocery store.

May 29

21800 block of 93rd Avenue West: Theft was reported.

8200 block of 242nd Street Southwest: Malicious mischief was reported.

23600 block of Highway 99: A woman was booked into Snohomish County Jail for theft, criminal trespassing, obstructing a law enforcement officer and disorderly conduct.

500 block of 5th Avenue: A man was booked into jail for outstanding warrant.

23632 block of Highway 99: A collision was reported.

18100 block of 88th Avenue West: A man reported identity theft.

5400 block of 212th Street Southwest: Patrol assisted Mountlake Terrace Police with apprehending a domestic violence suspect armed with a firearm.

8400 block of Bowdoin Way: An unknown subject attempted to break into several businesses. The subject was not located.

May 30

23800 block of Edmonds Way: A woman’s vehicle was vandalized.

000 block of Railroad Avenue North: A man was issued a parking infraction for refusing to move vehicle from fire lane.

23800 block of Highway 99: A man was issued a criminal trespass warning.

9500 block of Bowdoin Way: A juvenile female’s purse was stolen from a park.

10100 block of Edmonds Way: A man was arrested for harassment and trespass and was transported to the county jail.

May 31

9700 block of Edmonds Way: A man found a backpack and purse in a parking lot.

23200 block of 100th Avenue West: Graffiti was found on bathroom walls threatening a school.

23100 block of Highway 99: A man was arrested and booked into Snohomish County Jail for first-degree theft, second-degree assault and malicious mischief.

1400 block of 7th Place South: A video of a woman was posted online without her consent.

200 block of 3rd Avenue North: A man turned in suspected drug paraphernalia to police. Items were entered into evidence for destruction.

23900 block of Highway 99: A man was booked into Snohomish County Jail for disorderly conduct, possession of a controlled substance, and an outstanding warrant.

100 block of James Street: A woman stated her mother in hospice care needed medical attention.

23600 block of Highway 99: A man was arrested and booked into Snohomish County Jail after shoplifting.

22000 block of Highway 99: An unknown subject broke into a woman’s vehicle and stole items.

24100 block of Highway 99: A man was booked for theft with special circumstances.

5200 block of 212th Street Southwest: A man was booked into Snohomish County Jail on his warrant.

7100 block of 212th Street Southwest: An unknown subject tagged a building with graffiti. The subject was not found.

21600 block of 76th Avenue West: A hospital worker was assaulted, and charges were referred to the prosecutor.

June 1

22800 block of 100th Avenue West: A man was arrested on a warrant and transferred to a local agency for booking.

23600 block of Highway 99: A woman was cited and released for theft.

16100 block of 75th Place West: Two juvenile females were cited and released for minor in possession of cannabis.

21600 block of 76th Avenue West: A behavioral health contact was made.

23400 block of Edmonds Way: Police responded to a verbal domestic dispute.

22500 block of Highway 99: A power supply to a standalone ATM was removed and stolen.

June 2

9800 block of Edmonds Way: Three women stole from a business.

7500 block of 218th Street Southwest: A report was made regarding stolen Airpods and cologne from a vehicle prowl.

7700 block of 171st Street Southwest: A behavioral health contact was made.

23500 block of Highway 99: A juvenile was reportedly harassed by other juveniles.

June 3

1200 block of 8th Avenue South: A behavioral health contact was made.

234th Street Southwest/94th Place West: A behavioral health contact was made.

24200 block of 107th Place West: A motorcycle was stolen from a residence.

100 block of West Dayton Street: A fake Facebook profile targeted a business.

23600 block of Highway 99: A man stole merchandise from a business.

19800 block of 82nd Place West: A license plate was turned in to the police department.

8800 block of 236th Street Southwest: A residential burglary was reported.

22100 block of Highway 99: A transient man was trespassed from a business property.

600 block of 8th Avenue North: A motorcycle was stolen from a driveway.

19000 block of 75th Avenue West: Police assisted Lynnwood police with an evidence track for a suspect in possession of a stolen motor vehicle that was involved in a hit-and-run collision with a house.

June 4

7400 block of 210th Street Southwest: A woman’s information was fraudulently used. There is no suspect information.

24100 block of Highway 99: A man was booked for third-degree theft.

23600 block of Highway 99: An unidentified man stole merchandise from a business and fled.

23600 block of Highway 99: A man was trespassed from a grocery store.

    1. A purposeful decision was made when the neighborhood office was opened to NOT prominently feature the police at this location. I think most would agree this was a huge mistake at this point. We need change in this area ASAP. I’m sorry, but the people who probably feel uncomfortable having the police there probably have good reason to. The rest of us that live in this area 24/7 need the help and would welcome it. Time to get priorities straight here. Please write the mayor, COP, and council to ask for the changes to be made to make this area safe and productive.

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