Posts categorized under October 29, 2008 12:59 pm - SPD Blotter

Archives for October 29, 2008 12:59 pm

DV stabbing suspect sought

On October 17th, Seattle Police investigated a brutal Domestic Violence stabbing. The suspect, Daniel P. Ward (DOB 2/6/57) has since been charged with Assault 1st Degree-Domestic Violence. He remains at large. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to call 911.

SPD will begin enforcing new BAT lanes along Elliott, 15th Avenue West

New BAT sign Seattle Department of Transportation’s work along Elliott and 15th Avenues West is now complete and  officers will begin enforcement of the corridor’s Business Access and Transit (BAT) lanes. The curb lanes in both directions of this corridor have been converted to BAT lanes as part of the paving… [ Keep reading ]

Accidental death in New Holly

On October 28th at 11:24 A.M., Seattle Police officers responded to a call in the 7200 Block of 38th Avenue South where a fifty-one  year old man was accidentally run over by his twenty-four year old son as they were working on their car in the parking lot behind their apartment. Seattle Fire… [ Keep reading ]

3 Suspects Arrested in Assault of Police Officer

During the evening of October 28th the West Precinct Anti-Crime Team attempted to serve four felony warrants for Assaulting a Police Officer (the original incident occurred in September of 2008).  They located two male suspects in the 300 block of W Blaine St and placed them under arrest.  They then located a third… [ Keep reading ]

Man assaulted on “The Ave”

On October 28th at 10:14 PM, North Precinct patrol officers responded to a report of an assault at NE 47th and University Way NE.    A male victim, believed to be 37, was seen to be verbally arguing with 2 females and 4 males in their teens or early twenties in the 4500 block of University… [ Keep reading ]

Armed robbery near Greenlake

On October 28th at 9:14 PM, North Precinct patrol officers responded to a report of an armed robbery in the 6800 block of E Greenlake Way N.  The victim, a sandwich shop employee, had just left work with the nightly deposits and receipts.   An unknown male suspect approached her as… [ Keep reading ]