Aug. 18: A 35-year-old Wellswood Apartment woman reported that seven days earlier two young boys had held her seven-year-old son down while a six-year-old beat him with a bat.
Aug. 18: Someone broke into a 48-year-old Snohomish man's 1991 Ford Ranger and stole a Blaupunkt Cancun stereo worth about $300 as well as a Casio wrist watch while the vehicle was parked at a commercial building in the 19500 block of 144th Ave. N.E. The victim said he saw two suspicious vehicles, a lowered black Mazda RX-7 and a red Ford Mustang, leaving the lot.
Aug. 17: A pearl bracelet, three pearl necklaces and a diamond pendant were stolen from a home in the 20000 block of 166th Ave. N.E. Loss was estimated at $1,000.
Aug. 15: Film found in a stolen and recovered 1980 Datsun 280 ZX was developed then turned over to police by the owner. The film, which was in a camera that was stolen out of the vehicle, show the inside of the car parked in a garage and two cars outside which have visible license plates. The victim believes the photos were taken while the vehicle was stolen. The film was found after the car was found.
Aug. 14: A 36-year-old woman told police she and her daughter had seen a naked black man in front of a sliding glass door at their Edgewood apartment. She said the man apologized to her, saying he thought they were someone else before leaving in a red Honda Prelude.