Learn about burglary prevention with LPD

  • Tue Mar 20th, 2012 10:04pm

<b>SAFETY WATCH | </b>Herald staff

Lynnwood police are holding a burglary prevention meeting next week.

The presentation is 7 p.m. March 27 at the Lynnwood Municipal Court (second floor of the Lynnwood Police Department), 19321 44th Ave. W.

Detectives with the Lynnwood Police Criminal Investigations Division, along with the crime prevention specialist, will discuss the following topics:

• Burglary trends and statistics in your neighborhood.

• How to get the most out of calling 911.

• What to expect from police during and after a burglary.

• Learn about the investigative process and database technology and how you can assist with recovery/arrest efforts.

• Receive tips about burglary prevention and home safety.

• Learn more about the Department’s FREE Block-Watch and Vacation House-Check programs.

For more information, contact Crime Prevention Specialist Shannon Sessions at ssessions@ci.lynnwood.wa.us or 425-670-5635.

Edmonds

March 18: Accident. 8600 block Main St. A 2008 Ford was damaged when it hit a utility pole.

March 16: Malicious mischief. 950 block Bowdoin Way. Graffiti was painted on a door to Yost Park.

March 16: Malicious mischief. 9600 block 220th St. SW. Graffiti was painted the walls of Westgate Elementary.

March 15: Theft. 22700 block 100th Ave. W. Prescription medication and toys were stolen from a vehicle.

March 14: DUI. 70 block Main St. A man was drinking beer while on a ferry. He was booked into Snohomish County jail for physical control. His vehicle was impounded.

March 13: Animal. 700 block Walnut St. Two huskies declared dangerous dogs were impounded for running at large.

Lynnwood/Brier

March 19: Found property. 18400 block 66th Place W. A bicycle stolen in Michigan was found.

March 18: Burglary. 17500 block 62nd Ave. W. A shop vac, snowboard, car wheels, lights and foot locker were reported stolen from a home.

March 18: Theft. 19800 block 68th Ave. W. Numerous vehicle prowls were reported at Edmonds Community College. Items reported stolen include GPS, radio face plate, jacket, wallet, credit cards, radio, $365 in cash.

March 17: Theft. 18600 block 33rd ave. W. A man was arrested for shoplifting.

March 16: Malicious mischief. 18300 block Hurst Road. A building and storage shed were spray-painted.

March 16: Humane. 3600 block 233rd Place SW. Dogs at large were trying to kill a woman’s chickens then attempted to attack her.

Mountlake Terrace

March 17: Domestic, no assault. 5600 block 220th St. SW. A woman and her fiancée argued in their car about him losing his job. She pulled over so he would get out of their car, but he refused.

March 15: Domestic dispute. 6300 block 219th St. SW. A teenager stole his father’s wallet and left their apartment after his father took his cellphone away. The father declined to press criminal charges against his son.

March 13: Lost property. 6600 block 220th St. SW. A woman came to the police department to file missing property report. A week prior, she left her wallet on top of her car while pumping gas at a Shell station and drove off.