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Archives for July 2014

SPD Investigating Bullet-Riddled Targets Left on Capitol Hill

Seattle police are investigating two bullet-riddled shooting targets left at different sites on Capitol Hill earlier this month. Workers at the League of Women Voters Capitol Hill office—in the 1600 block of 18th Avenue—found the first one on July 5th after returning from the holiday weekend to find a target, pockmarked with bullet holes, outside… [ Keep reading ]

Two Found Dead Along the Duwamish – UPDATED

UPDATE – Around 4 p.m. a pedestrian discovered the body of an adult female in the 7100 block of 1st Avenue S. This is directly underneath Highway 99. The woman suffered injuries similar to the first victim. Homicide and Crime Scene Investigation detectives are on scene. Detectives are looking into the… [ Keep reading ]

UPDATE: Officer and Suspect Go to Hospital Following Officer-Involved Shooting

UPDATE: Following Saturday’s officer involved shooting, the Seattle Police Department is releasing to the public two 911 calls made by residents near the scene. In one, a witness described to call takers how he could see people inside his neighbor’s home, walking around with flashlights. The second piece of audio… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Double Murder Suspect Arrested in West Orange, NJ

Essex County, New Jersey Prosecutor’s Homicide Task Force and West Orange, New Jersey police arrested Seattle double-murder suspect Ali Muhammed Brown on warrant charges earlier this afternoon. Brown was arrested without incident and the investigation is ongoing. Seattle Police and King County Prosecutor’s Office representatives will be monitoring this case… [ Keep reading ]

Officers Arrest Suspect In Downtown Tabasco Bottle Attack

Seattle police arrested a woman in Occidental Park Friday afternoon after she armed herself with a bottle of Tabasco and attacked a second woman on a Pioneer Square street. The victim, a woman in her 50s, was sitting outside a crisis resource facility near Yesler Way and 2nd Avenue Ext…. [ Keep reading ]

Police Investigating Possible Murder-Suicide After Bodies Found at Ravenna Nursing Home

Seattle Police Department homicide detectives were called to a North Seattle nursing home Friday afternoon after a man and an elderly woman were both found dead in a room at the facility. Police are investigating the possibility this is a case of murder-suicide. Police received a report from the man’s family around… [ Keep reading ]

Detectives Searching For Mother-Son Carjacking Team (UPDATE: ARRESTED)

UPDATE (4:51 PM): Kendrick and Nancy Epps are now in custody after police arrested them at motel in the 13300 block of Aurora Avenue N. late Friday afternoon. ———— Robbery Detectives are on the hunt for a mother-son duo that carjacked a woman at the Northgate park and ride on Thursday night…. [ Keep reading ]

Police Chase Down Armed, Out-of-Breath Robber In Brighton

With officers on his heels, an armed robber ran down side streets and through yards in the Brighton neighborhood Thursday night before breathlessly surrendering to police. The 21-year-old suspect and two other men had approached a 15-year-old boy in the 5100 block of S. Kenyon Street around 9 PM and demanded… [ Keep reading ]

SPD Response at Downtown Hotel Stems from Seedy Package Delivery

An mysterious package delivered to a downtown hotel Thursday drew a large response from Seattle Fire’s Hazardous Materials team and SPD’s Arson/Bomb Squad. The special teams from police and fire were called to the Four Seasons Hotel at 1st Avenue and Union Street just after 12:45 PM after staff received lumpy package… [ Keep reading ]

Suspect Drops Pants, Attacks Staff at Dick’s

Employees at the Broadway Dick’s Drive-In now have 100% real beef with a woman who dropped her pants and attacked staff Wednesday evening. Staff at the Dick’s on Broadway and E. Denny Way called police at about 5:30 PM after the woman began harassing customers and refused when a manager asked… [ Keep reading ]