Man assaulted Terry and Madison

On 05-10-2010, at approximately 9:22 p.m., the complainant, an employee of a Security Company, observed a white male suspect assaulting the victim on the north side of Madison Street near Terry Ave. 

The complainant stated that there were two white males in their 40’s watching while another white male was assaulting the victim.   The suspect was described as a white male, 40’s,  long dirty blonde hair, white T-shirt and faded blue jeans.

The complainant stated that he did not know what had started the incident but he observed the suspect kick the victim, who was lying on the ground at least two times in the ribs and once in the head.

The complainant immediately called 911 and yelled out at the suspect.  As the compl. approached the victim, the suspect and his two friends, who had been watching the assault, all walked northbound in the alley where they entered a white colored four-door sedan with a partial plate of “ZWI” and  drove away northbound in the alley.

Officers arrived in the area and contacted the victim, who had obviously been pepper sprayed. The victim would not or was not able to give any information about his attacker.

Seattle Fire Department personnel treated the victim at the scene and then AMR 906 transported him to Virginia Mason Hospital for further medical evaluation.