New feature: Lynnwood Police Blotter

Information for the Lynnwood Police Blotter is taken from reports filed by Lynnwood police officers. Not all arrests or citations are documented in the Blotter. March 22 – 30, 2010 Assault March 22: A woman reported that a man came into her apartment in the 18300 block of 52nd Ave. W., cut her with a…

Feds called in to investigate theft at Lynnwood Gun and Ammo

Agents from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms are now investigating the theft of 100 handguns from Lynnwood Gun and Ammunition last week. A spokeswoman told the Everett Herald, “serial numbers from the stolen firearms will be entered into a federal database, and the guns will be flagged if they’re recovered or sold…

Former Brier-Terrace Soccer Club treasurer accused of embezzeling $76,000

A 40-year-old Lynnwood woman is suspected of stealing $76,000 from a local soccer club. The woman, whose name hasn’t been released, worked from home as the Terrace-Brier Soccer Club’s treasurer for three years. She was arrested the day after the the club’s president reported the theft to Lynnwood Police. She has been cooperating with investigators.

UPDATE: Lynnwood Gun and Ammo hit by major theft

More than 100 handguns were stolen from Lynnwood Gun and Ammunition sometime between late Thursday night and early Friday morning. The owner discovered the theft when he got to work around noon. The store is located at 208th and Highway 99. Police say there’s evidence of forced entry but won’t say how the thieves got…

Big theft at Lynnwood Gun and Ammo

Lynnwood Police are investigating a burglary at Lynnwood Gun and Ammo. The owner is checking his inventory but he says about 100 handguns were taken from displays inside the store in the 20800 block of Highway 99.

Victim in drive-by shooting in Lynnwood is improving

The victim in Wednesday morning’s drive-by shooting on 200th Street SW remains hospitalized but has been upgraded to serious condition, according to the Everett Herald. Lynnwood Police are still searching for the suspect but so far the victims have been unable to provide a good description of the shooter. Detectives don’t believe the shooting was…

Alderwood Middle School student expelled for bringing gun to school

A student at Alderwood Middle School in Lynnwood has been expelled after he brought a gun to school. According to the Seattle Times, the student showed the gun to other students on the bus on Thursday. One of them told his parents, who notified school officials, who in turn called police.

Overnight drive-by shooting on 200th St SW in Lynnwood; no suspects in custody

10:15 a.m. Update: Lynnwood Police are still searching for the suspect and the motive behind this morning’s drive-by shooting. The man who was not injured, a 30-year-old man from Auburn, did not provide a suspect description to detectives. “At this point the events leading up to this shooting are unclear, but it does appear to…

Update on Monday's stabbing in Lynnwood

The Everett Herald has an update on Monday’s stabbing in Lynnwood. The 26-year-old woman who was arrested claims she stabbed the 55-year-old man with forks and kitchen knives after he tried to sexually assault her. It happened in an apartment in the 3600 block of 156th Street SW, where the pair was reportedly drinking and…

Update on Monday’s stabbing in Lynnwood

The Everett Herald has an update on Monday’s stabbing in Lynnwood. The 26-year-old woman who was arrested claims she stabbed the 55-year-old man with forks and kitchen knives after he tried to sexually assault her. It happened in an apartment in the 3600 block of 156th Street SW, where the pair was reportedly drinking and…

Police investigate stabbing at Lynnwood apartment

KING 5 News is reporting that a woman is suspected of stabbing a man at an apartment in the 3600 block of 156th Street SW in unincorporated Lynnwood early Monday morning. Police learned about the stabbing after they found the 26-year-old woman’s car blocking traffic on southbound I-5 near I-405 about 1:30 a.m.

Lynnwood Police launch online crime reporting system

Did you have a car break-in? Maybe someone vandalized your house. There’s now an easier way to report it. This week the Lynnwood Police Department began offering a new system to report minor crimes. The system, known as CopLogic, covers low priority incidents such as abandoned vehicles, graffiti, phone harassment, lost property, identity theft, non-injury…