Police Beat | Oct. 3-8

Oct 17, 2016

Oct. 3

Multiple felony arrests

A trespassing call leads to multiple felony warrant arrests in the 22200 block of Highway 99.

Must be getting cold

Attempted theft of portable generator from residence occurred one week ago in the 9100 block of 196th Street SW.

Who are we?

A man and a woman lost their identifications in the 23500 block of Highway 99.

Oct. 4

Wallet stolen

A wallet was taken out of an unlocked vehicle in the 7100 block of 180th Street SW.

Heaven can wait for this thief

Sign lights were stolen from a church in the 8300 block of 212th Street SW.

Looking for a home

A homeless person was found in apartment complex laundry room in the 300 block of Fourth Avenue North.

Online purchases

Victim reports two unauthorized charges were made to her credit card over the internet.

Needs 2 more wheels

A bicycle was stolen in the 21600 block of 76th Avenue W.

Rich for a few minutes

Three adults and one juvenile shoplifted $1,400 worth of merchandise from local business in the 24100 block of Highway 99. They were located and arrested.

You just never know

Shopper at a thrift store in the 10100 block of Edmonds spots a possible wanted subject. A report for suspicious circumstances is taken.

Good boy

K-9 assist for locating a domestic violence warrant subject for Mountlake Terrace Police Department.

Oct. 5

3 days grace

Vehicle parked over 72 hours in the 21000 block of 74th Avenue West, towed as abandoned.

Action Jackson

Adult male tried to pay for his meal using a counterfeit $20 bill.

Crossing the line

Four males located after fleeing a business following a theft in the 23600 block of Highway 99. The case is on hold, as males were involved in earlier King County Sheriff’s Office robbery and were taken into custody by them.

Oct. 7

Around the rose-y?

A ring was found in planter box.

This is news?

In the 23600 block of 106th Avenue West, a husband and wife argued about their relationship.

Assault reported

A woman reported that she might have been sexually assaulted at Swedish Edmonds.

Don’t fall for this

Victim reports an unknown individual unknown to him requesting a withdrawal from his investment account.

Traffic hazard

Abandoned vehicle in roadway obstructing traffic in the 18400 block of Homeview Drive. It was an obvious traffic hazard causing traffic to go into the oncoming lane. Towed by Paulson's Towing. Cited for obstructing traffic.

Keeping MD away

Multiple Apple devices missing/stolen from building in the 100 block of West Dayton Street.


Hit-and-run on two parked vehicles in the 1000 block of Fifth Avenue South. Suspect on the loose.

Oct. 8


Adult female at Winco, causing a disturbance, yelling at customers to buy a cigarette. Contacted and trespassed from Winco for a year. Given a ride to Aurora Transit Center at her request.









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