Feb. 4: Narcotics. 21900 block Hwy. 99. Heroin was found in the coat pocket of a shoplifter at Top Food and Drug.
Feb. 2: Suspicious circumstances. 23600 block Hwy. 99. A mother reported a man taking a video of her 14-year-old daughter’s bottom.
Feb. 1: Harassment. 400 block Third Ave. S. Graffiti was found on a stairwell of a fourplex.
Feb. 4: Theft. 3300 block 232nd St. SW. A Brier man reported someone entered his property, cut up a tree that had fallen in his yard and took the wood.
Feb. 4: Sex offense. 19700 block Hwy. 99. A man, 52, was arrested for urinating in public.
Feb. 4: Suspicious circumstances. 17300 block Hwy. 99. A man was seen trying to steal the solid brass cap from a fire hydrant.
Feb. 2: Drug violation. 22200 block Brier Road. Two students, 13, were in possession of marijuana and delivering same.
Feb. 5: DUI assist. 22100 block 66th Ave. W. Edmonds officers pulled over an intoxicated driver who caught the Washington State Patrol’s attention in Mountlake Terrace a few minutes earlier. He admitted to drinking three pints of beer and blew a BAC of .19.
Feb. 4: Domestic, no assault. 5600 block 244th St. SW. Management at a repair shop requested a woman not return unless she needed repairs after she showed up and yelled at her boyfriend, an employee there.
Feb. 4: Humane. 22800 block 56th Ave. W. An officer found a second rabbit carcass in the road with the bones and innards removed. The first was found about a block away within the past six months.
FIRE DISTRICT 1
Jan. 30: Collision. 21300 block Hwy. 99. A high-impact, rear-end collision was reported in Edmonds. One person was seriously injured and was transported by medics to Harborview Medical Center.
Jan. 30: Collision. Southbound I-5. Firefighters responded to a three-car collision on southbound I-5 north of I-405. Four patients were transported to hospitals: three to Harborview Medical Center and one to Swedish/Edmonds Hospital.
Jan. 30: Pedestrian struck by car. 140th Place SW and Admiralty Way. A car struck a pedestrian at an intersection north of Lynnwood. The pedestrian suffered minor injuries and was transported by firefighters to Swedish/Mill Creek Emergency Room.