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(Updated) Gunman Kills One, Wounds Two at Seattle Pacific University

A 26-year-old gunman opened fire on the Seattle Pacific University campus Thursday afternoon, killing one and injuring two others. At 3:23 PM, police received a report of a gunman at Otto Miller Hall, just north of 3rd Avenue and W. Nickerson Street. The suspect fired several rounds from a shotgun and began reloading his… [ Keep reading ]

One person killed, three injured after gunman opens fire at SPU

One person was killed and three others injured Thursday afternoon after a lone gunman opened fire with a shotgun at Seattle Pacific University. Police have one suspect in custody, an adult male who was subuded after being pepper-sprayed by a student security guard. No one else is being sought in connection… [ Keep reading ]

(UPDATED) Detectives Identify Second Suspect In Central District Double Murder

Update 7/18/14: Ali Muhammed Brown was taken into custody by authorities in West Orange, New Jersey this afternoon. Update 6/12/14: Police continue to search for Ali Muhammed Brown after serving a search warrant Thursday afternoon at a Bitter Lake apartment complex near N. 130th Street and Aurora Avenue N.  Detectives did not find… [ Keep reading ]

Can You ID This Spirit Swindler?

Seattle Police Detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying a burglar who has since April, broken into the same Pioneer Square business and stolen booze and cash at least three times. While detectives have obtained clear photos of the suspect, the don’t yet know his name. The suspect is a black male… [ Keep reading ]

Man Falls From Building After Trying to Get “Closer to God”

A 26-year-old man was taken to Harborview Medical Center Wednesday after scaling a downtown building so he could pray and “be closer to God” only to fall from his perch. Around 6:30 a.m. officers were summoned to 5 Ave and Pike Street when a man high on a ledge above a storefront awning began calling… [ Keep reading ]