Lynnwood Police Blotter: Dec. 3-9

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Dec. 3

4600 block of 185thPlace Southwest: The restroom area and cabana at North Neighborhood Park was tagged with gang graffiti.

6200 block of 202ndStreet Southwest: An employee at Henry’s Auto reported that the wheels were missing from a client’s vehicle. The combined value of the wheels is $5,000.

19300 block of 60thAvenue West: A woman was caught stealing merchandise with a combined value of $58.86 from Hobby Lobby. Upon arrest, she was found with drugs without a prescription and pipe. She was arrested for third-degree theft, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a legend drug without a prescription.

3000 block of 184thStreet Southwest: A man’s Toyota 4Runner was stolen while it was parked near Macy’s.

20700 block of Highway 99: A man entered Walgreen’s, took his shirt off, concealed merchandise with a combined value of $10.68 in his shirt and walked out. The police located him at Rodeo Inn, issued him a citation for third-degree theft and returned the stolen merchandise.

Dec. 4

18900 block of Highway 99: The front glass door at Hair Jina was broken out and it appeared someone had crawled through, although nothing seemed to be stolen.

17500 block of Spruce Way: A woman reported that someone was repeatedly tampering with and attempting to pry open her locked mailbox.

20400 block of 54thAvenue West: A man who was trespassed from a residence the previous night came back and was in the back yard. He was issued another citation for criminal trespass.

Dec. 5

17500 block of 62ndAvenue West: Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle. The driver was found with two checkbooks that belonged to a different name, two counterfeit $100 bills and drug paraphernalia. He was arrest for his warrant, forgery, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of payment instruments.

20700 block of Highway 99: A man reported that his wallet was stolen from his room at Rodeo Inn, and he discovered someone had used his Bank of America business Visa to buy a $500 Home Depot gift card.

4400 block of 168thStreet Southwest: A local business owner reported that someone had tried to pry open the front windows to her business. One window had a hole through it and the other window had a crack and a chip mark.

18500 block of Highway 99: An unknown suspect cut gas lines on two vans that belong to Flynn’s carpet company.

6100 block of 204thStreet Southwest: Two men were walking toward their vehicle when a younger man approached them and began demanding money. The younger man grabbed one of the men, forced him into vehicle, drove off and began to beat him up. The young man called the man’s parents overseas demanding that they wire him $5,000 or they would never see his son again. Once the young man got the man to withdraw the money from Fred Meyer, they let him go.

Dec. 6

17500 block of 52ndAvenue West: A black Suburban was prowled overnight while parked in front of the owner’s house. A backpack containing a laptop and other belongings with a combined value of $670 was stolen.

18400 block of67th Avenue West: A man was arrested for trafficking stolen property and possessing stolen property.

19200 block of Alderwood Mall Parkway: A mother reported that her daughter was missing. Her daughter walked away from her while at Best Buy and was last seen walking toward Alderwood Mall.

4300 block of 196thStreet Southwest: A man was arrested for a DUI after hitting a car at a red light.

Dec. 7

18400 block of 40thAvenue West: An unknown suspect stole a vehicle from the owner’s driveway while it was warming up with the keys in it.

17600 block of Highway 99: A car was pulled over for expired license plates and a trip permit that looked altered. A female in the passenger seat had two misdemeanor warrants and was arrested. The driver was given a warning.

4600 block of 181stPlace Southwest: A woman reported that her daughter had run away or was missing.

Dec. 8

17200 block of Highway 99: Police responded to a fist fight outside of Jack in the Box. One of the men was processed for a DUI and arrested for driving with a suspended license.

17900 block of Alderwood Mall Parkway: A woman was arrested for her felony warrant and was found with drugs and drug paraphernalia upon arrest.

19300 block of 60thAvenue West: A man was caught stealing small clippers from Hobby Lobby. He had two misdemeanor warrants and was trespassed from the store and transported to the Lynnwood Jail for his warrants.

19300 block of 60thAvenue West: A man was caught stealing at Hobby Lobby and after the merchandise was recovered from him, he ran across the street. Police located him and discovered he had a misdemeanor warrant out of Everett. He was transferred into the custody of an Everett police officer.

Dec. 9

5200 block of 196thStreet Southwest: A man was arrested for a DUI and issued an infraction for unsafe lane travel.

17300 block of 36thAvenue West: A vehicle was prowled overnight and a gun and an ID from Kenmore Gun was stolen from the center console.

6700 block of 198thPlace Southwest: A Blue Apron food package with a value of $50 was stolen from a woman’s doorstep.

18400 block of Alderwood Mall Parkway: A man was caught stealing merchandise with a combined value of $457. He was arrested for third-degree theft, possession of a controlled substance and for his warrant.

3000 block of 184thStreet Southwest: A woman was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, having two fraudulent driver’s licenses and for her warrant after attempting to steal a pair of sunglasses at JC Penney. A man who was with her was booked on his two warrants and another woman who was with them was issued a criminal trespass warning.

— Compiled by Hannah Horiatis

 

2 COMMENTS

  1. Why is the Lynnwood Police Blotter only through12/9? Today is 12/15 and a fair amount has occurred in our little municipality. Why are we so woefully behind?

  2. We do the police blotter once a week and manually go through the notebook for the latest reports placed there. We went to the police station on Dec. 11 and the reports were through Dec. 9. We also posted the list on Dec. 11. A new set of reports will be posted on Dec. 18. Hope that helps everyone’s understanding of the process.

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