Lynnwood Police blotter

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

April 1

17000 block of 40th Ave. W. Burglary. Passports, jewelry, computer and a vehicle were stolen.

April 2

4000 block of 196th St. SW. Disturbance. A man was causing a disturbance. He said he was angry because he was hearing voices.

April 3

5700 168th St. SW. Found property. A wallet was found.

April 6

18400 block of Alderwood Mall Parkway. Theft. A woman tried to return items she had just shoplifted.

20500 block of 68th Ave. W. Suspicious circumstances. A knife with blood was found on property of South District Court.

16900 Highway 99. Ordinance violation. A business was operating without a license.

5200 block of 168th St SW. Weapon. A 15-year-old boy was arrested on a felony weapons violation.

20400 block 53rd Ave. W. Malicious mischief A mailbox was run over.

18100 block of 43rd Ave. W. Theft. Mail was stolen.

April 7

19700 block of 68th Ave. W. Narcotics. A male was arrested for possession of marijuana. He was under the legal age.

19700 Highway 99. Theft. A bicycle, which had been locked up, was stolen.

6000 block 208th St. SW. Vehicle recovery. A vehicle stolen out of Everett was recovered.

19700 block of 50th Ave. W. Theft. A woman reported the theft of Princess House kitchenware from a storage unit.

16400 block of 66th Ave. W. Harassment. A person was receiving harassing phone calls.

4700 block of 176th St. SW. Theft. A 1998 Honda Civic was stolen.

April 8

16800 block of Highway 99. Weapon. A man was arrested for dangerous weapon and driving with a suspended license.

19300 44th Ave. W. Theft. A cell phone was stolen from an unlocked locker.

April 9

19300 block of 44th Ave. W. Found property. A backpack was turned into police. No owner information was found.

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