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Wednesday – September 2, 2020

#2020-256278/Southwest Precinct/First Watch:

On 9-2-2020 at 0351 hours, officers responded to a vehicle vs tractor trailer (USPS) collision with injuries. The collision occurred on SR 99 @ 509 near S Holden St. Officers and Seattle Fire arrived on scene. SFD advised that the occupants needed to be extricated from the vehicle. SFD extricated all subjects from vehicle. Minor lacerations and no significant injuries reported. The injured subjects were treated and transported to area hospitals by AMR. Washington State Patrol responded and advised that the collision was on SPD jurisdiction. Southwest officers investigated the collision. The operator of vehicle #1 was cited for traffic infractions and released. Officers had the road closed for approximately one hour.  

#2020-256956/East Precinct/Second Watch:

On 9-2-2020 at 1743 hours, officers responded to an assault in the Capitol Hill North Station. A male advised he was attacked, unprovoked, by two males. During the assault the suspects repeatedly used homophobic slurs towards the victim. The victim declined medical attention. Officers conducted an area check but did not locate the suspects. The Bias Crimes Coordinator, and the SPD LGBTQ Liaison were advised. 

#2020-257203/North Precinct/Third Watch:

On 9-2-2020 at 2253 hours, 9-1-1 callers reported a male shooting a gun into an apartment in the 2200 block of NE 53 Street, and a vehicle fleeing the scene. Officers ultimately located bullet defects on the south face of the apartment building, a single bullet in the shrubbery in front of the apartment and determined the target address was now unoccupied. Patrol processed the scene and conducted an area check for the suspect and the associated vehicle. 

#2020-257210/East Precinct/Third Watch:

On 9-2-2020 at 2304 hours, East radio began receiving calls of shots fired near the intersection of 12 Av and E Yesler Wy. Patrol arrived and found a wrecked vehicle, unoccupied, with significant damage from bullet strikes. It appears from witnesses that four vehicles were driving around this area looking for each other and shooting at each other. At some point the situation came to a head with a blue Chevy Suburban getting shot up. The occupants of the Suburban exited the vehicle, returned fire then ran to another vehicle before driving away.