Lynnwood Police Blotter

The following are selected incidents from the Lynnwood Police Blotter.

April 4

19900 block of 74th Pl. W. Animal. A dog killed a cat.

April 3

19300 block of 44th Ave. W. False report. A man was arrested for false reporting. He was already in a jail and reported a false claim.

19500 block of Highway 99. Neglect. A 61-year-old woman was cited and released after leaving a child unattended in a vehicle.

5200 block of 196th St. SW. Liquor. Two juvenile males and two juvenile females were arrested for possession of alcohol.

20600 block of 55th Ave. W. Theft. A cellular phone, phone charger, coat and earrings were reported stolen from a vehicle.

16900 block of Highway 99. DUI. A 22-year-old man was arrested for driving under the influence.

20700 block of Highway 99. A 30-year-old man was arrested for theft and criminal trespass.

April 2

18300 block of 52nd Ave. W. Theft. A man reported that someone has been using his social security number.

5700 block of 168th St. SW. Found property. A woman turned in a purse she found in the park.

20000 block of 68th Ave. W. Traffic. A man was cited for a handicapped parking violation.

April 1

16800 block of Highway 99. Found property. A woman turned in a helmet and gloves she found.

19800 block of 48th Ave. W. Assault. A man spit on his girlfriend.

March 31

18200 block of 52nd Ave. W. Lost property. A license plate was reported lost.

March 29

5300 block of 176th St. SW. Malicious mischief. A gas line was reported cut and the gas was taken from a van of a business.

3000 block of 184th St. SW. Fraud. A man reported that he received counterfeit money from the sale of his cellular phone.

4400 block of 180th St. SW. Theft. A woman claimed that a man she was dating stole all her jewelry from her house.

6900 block of 216th St. SW. Found property. A bike was found.

19500 block of Highway 99. Theft. A woman tried to steal laundry soap.

March 28

17300 block of Highway 99. Theft. A 2007 vehicle was reported stolen.

4300 block of Maple Road. Theft. A resident reported jewelry, cash and a flute were stolen.




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