Lynnwood Police blotter

The following are selected incidents from the Lynnwood Police blotter.

Dec. 13

20000 block of 76th Ave. W. Sex offense. A 32-year-old man is being investigated for failure to register as a sex offender.

Dec. 20

3800 block of 196th St. SW. Accident. A vehicle rolled back into a building. The vehicle may not have been in the park gear.

Dec. 24

17700 block of Highway 99. DUI. A 35-year-old man was arrested for DUI, driving while licensed suspended and possession of drug paraphernalia.

3000 block of 184th St. SW. Malicious mischief. A tire was punctured three ties with a knife while a vehicle was parked at the mall.

5300 block of 188th St. SW. Lost property. A green card was reported lost.

Dec. 25

19600 block of 76th Ave. W. Vehicle prowl. Items were stolen from a vehicle. A window was smashed to gain entry.

19300 block of 44th Ave. W. Narcotics. A 27-year-old man was surrendered to Lynnwood jail by a bail bond agent. While being booked, drug paraphernalia was found.

6700 block of 193rd St. SW. Assist Other Agency. A 43-year-old man overdosed on heroin and was transported to the hospital.

3000 block of 184th St. SW. Vehicle recovery. A vehicle stolen out of Everett was recovered.

Dec. 26

18600 block of 44th Ave. W. Burglary. A commercial burglary was reported.

3000 block of 184th St. SW. Malicious mischief. A man went out to his vehicle and found that the windshield had been damaged. The victim suspects a man, who told accused him of stealing his parking space, is responsible.

19100 block of Highway 99. Vehicle recovery. A vehicle stolen out of Seattle was recovered.

3000 block of 184th St. SW. Malicious mischief. A car was keyed after a parking conflict.

6100 block of 200th St. SW. Burglary. A man was arrested for burglary. He had been allowed to stay in the home for one night but then was told he was no longer welcome. While the residents were away, he broke into the home and stole items.

Dec. 28

21000 block of 66th Ave. W. Malicious mischief. Graffiti was reported on the north side of a building.





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