Lynnwood Police blotter

Lynnwood-police-patchThe following are selected incidents from the Lynnwood Police blotter.

June 12

21200 block of Highway 99. Accident. A hit and run accident was reported. The first vehicle fled the scene. No information on the suspect was available.

June 13

18200 block of 69th Pl. W. Theft. Two boys were arrested for possession of stolen property and three charges of felony vehicle prowl. Police estimated there were 30 to 50 victims.

18600 block of Alderwood Mall Parkway. A 31-year-old man and a 37-year-old woman were arrested for organized retail theft. The man also was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

June 14

4100 block of 196th St. SW. Warrant Service. A woman passed out at a restaurant. She was arrested on a warrant and possession of illegal drugs.

June 15

19000 block of 48th Ave. W. Suspicious circumstances. A 67-year-old woman told police two unknown men were climbing over the fence into her backyard. They claimed they were looking for a cellphone.

4900 block of 196th St. SW. Assault. A 24-year-old man was struck by an item thrown by a co-worker. The victim was knocked to the ground and suffered injuries.

7500 block of 201st Pl. SW. Theft. A 68-year-old man reported the theft of his keys and vehicle registration from his vehicle.

June 16

4400 block of 200th St. SW. Narcotics. A 47-year-old man was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and two misdemeanor warrants out of Fife.

4700 block of 176th St. SW. Harassment. A 52-year-old man was arrested for harassment/domestic violence.

6800 block of 208th St. SW. Malicious mischief. Several post office boxes had been damaged in what appeared to be an attempt to pry them open.

June 17

20700 block of Highway 99. Assault. A man was arrested for assault.

June 18

6000 block of 168th St. SW. Fraud. A counterfeit $50 bill was discovered.

18600 block of 44th Ave. W. Info. A theft of a cellphone was reported. The suspect gave the phone back.

6000 block of 208th St. SW. Court order violation. A man was arrested for violation of a no contact order.

 

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