Lynnwood Police blotter

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

April 22

4600 block of 196th St. SW. Robbery. A 44-year-old man was arrested for robbery in the first degree. He also had four felony warrants out of King County.

April 23

17200 block of HIghway 99. Accident. A driver drove his vehicle into a building.

April 24

20700 block of 52nd Ave. W. Theft auto. A 1997 Toyota 4 Runner was stolen.

17200 block of Highway 99. Sex offense. A woman working at a coffee stand was cited for public indecency.

4900 block of 196th St. SW. Burglary. Someone smashed a window to gain entry into a business. Cash was stolen.

April 25

19700 block of Highway 99. Theft. Alcohol was shoplifted.

3000 block of 184th St. SW. Theft. Two men were arrested for felony theft.

April 26

18400 block of 33rd Ave. W. Lost property. A driver’s license was lost.

April 27

19200 block of Dale Way. Malicious mischief. A man reported that someone fired paintballs at his house.

4300 block of 192nd Pl. SW. Forgery. A report of forgery and identification theft was taken.

20100 block of 44th Ave. W. Theft. A pain pill was stolen from a purse at work.

5700 block of 220th St. SW. Assault. A 29-year-old was arrested for felony harassment.

April 28

20600 55th Ave. W. Impound. A vehicle was impounded.

20900 block of 61st. Ave. W. Malicious mischief. Graffiti was found on the walls, tables and trees in a park.

4300 block of 175th St. SW. Theft. Items were stolen from the trunk of a locked vehicle.

19300 block of 44th Ave. W. Found property. Lighters and drug paraphernalia were found.

18600 block of 76th Ave. W. Malicious mischief. An owner of a business left a note on a vehicle starting that parking was for customers only and the next morning he discovered a window at his business was broken.

18400 40th Ave. W. Burglary. A vehicle and other items were stolen from a residence.

April 29

6500 block of 202nd St. SW. Impound. A vehicle was impounded.

6800 block of 196th St. SW. Found property. A bicycle was found.

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