Lynnwood police blotter: April 11-17

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April 11
A vehicle prowl was reported in the 17800 block of 66th Place West. A pair of binoculars valued at $20 was stolen.

An AED defibrillator was reported stolen from a school int he 5200 block of 168th Street Southwest. It is unclear exactly when the theft occurred. The AED is valued at $1,700.

A package was reported stolen from a porch in the 17800 block of 39th Avenue West.

A vehicle prowl was reported in the 5600 block of 200th Street Southwest. A stereo amp and two bass speakers were missing. The items are valued at a total of $480.

A vehicle prowl was reported in the 18200 block of 64th Avenue West. A pair of prescription sunglasses and a pair of sunglasses frames, valued at a total of $700, were taken.

A vehicle prowl was reported in the 6400 block of 182nd Street Southwest. A man saw someone inside his wife’s vehicle, but the suspect took off when he was spotted. The glove box had been gone through, but nothing appeared to be missing. The vehicle was not damaged.

April 12
A vehicle stolen from Everett was recovered near the intersection of 54th Avenue West and 175th Street Southwest.

A robbery was reported at a business in the 2400 block of 196th Street Southwest. Two men entered the store, pointed guns at the clerk and demanded cash. The incident was captured on surveillance video.

A shoplifter was reported in the 20700 block of Highway 99. Stolen and recovered merchandise was valued at $168.94.

April 13
A domestic dispute was reported near the intersection of 44th Avenue West and 189th Place Southwest.

An incident of fraud was reported in the 19300 block of 44th Avenue West. A man had received a $1,900 check from someone he met online and was instructed to send $1,400 back to that person. The man did send it back, but the initial $1,900 check bounced, so he lost $1,400.

A motorcycle stolen from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office jurisdiction was found int he 19700 block of Highway 99.

April 14
A theft was reported in the 19600 block of Highway 99. An employee at a store there reported her backpack had been stolen. Surveillance camera review revealed it was taken by a customer. Inside were bank cards, $200 cash, headphones and prescription medication.

An incident of counterfeit cash was reported in the 19900 block of 44th Avenue West. A man had pumped gas at a gas station there and paid with a legitimate $100 bill. He received a $50 bill in change. He tried to use that bill at a nearby business and was told it was counterfeit. The gas station attendant told officers they have had a problem recently with counterfeit bills being passed.

A vehicle was reported stolen from the 19300 block of Alderwood Mall Parkway. Two relatively new cell phones were inside the vehicle at the time it was stolen, valued at a total of $1,800.

April 15
A shoplifter was reported in the 20700 block of Highway 99. A woman was seen taking cosmetic items and running away with them.

A vehicle prowl was reported in the 5400 block of 188th Street Southwest. Nothing of value appeared to be missing, but a window had been shattered.

A vehicle was reported stolen from the 18700 block of Alderwood Mall Parkway.

April 16
A shoplifter was reported at a business in the 20700 block of Highway 99. She was contacted and arrested on theft charges, as well as outstanding warrants.

An assault was reported in the 16600 block of 48th Avenue West. A bystander reported a man and woman arguing outside and hitting each other. After speaking to both involved parties and the reporting party, the man was arrested and later taken to the Denny Youth Center, as he is under the age of 18, for domestic assault.

Tires were reportedly slashed on a vehicle parked in the 7100 block of 196th Street Southwest.

An abandoned vehicle was towed from the 20000 block of 53rd Place West. A 72-hour notice had been placed on the windshield three days prior.

A theft was reported at a business in the 6400 block of 204th Street Southwest. A woman had called earlier that day to ask if she could get a new package of a frozen product because she had just purchased it and it was freezer burnt. The store agreed to give her a new package. When she arrived, she also brought a $61 tub of pepper and asked to return it for cash. Cash was exchanged and she was given a new package of the frozen product. Surveillance camera review showed she entered the store without any products, picked up the tub of pepper off of a shelf and returned it without having purchased it. The surveillance video was given to officers.

April 17
A robbery was reported in the 18000 block of Highway 99. Two men were fighting outside an office there. When officers arrived, a victim was outside with blood on his face. He gave a description of the suspect and said the suspect had taken his cell phone. Officers later located the suspect and arrested him.

A man was trespassed from a building in the 19200 block of 44th Avenue West after making threats to people entering the building. The man was told several times to leave and refused. He was later arrested for trespass.

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