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Monday – September 28, 2020

#2020-278542/South Precinct/Third Watch:

On 9-28-2020 at 0218 hours, a male motorist stated that he had been driving when a vehicle almost “t-boned” his vehicle. A verbal altercation ensued, and the driver of the suspect vehicle displayed a gun. The victim attempted to drive away, and the suspect vehicle began ramming the victim vehicle in an apparent attempt to “PIT” the vehicle. At one point at an unknown location, the suspect driver fired 9 shots (according to the victim), but no evidence was found and there was no damage to the victim vehicle from any shots fired. An area check was made, with negative results for any evidence, or a suspect/vehicle.

#2020-278968/South Precinct/Second Watch:

On 9-28-2020 at 1400 hours, Gang Detectives assisted Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Marshals Violent Offender Taskforce to arrest a suspect for investigation of robbery related to Snohomish County takeover Marijuana Dispensary robberies. The suspect is also a person of interest in several Seattle Marijuana Dispensary takeover robberies and possibly a drive-by shooting.

#2020-279109/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

On 9-28-2020 at 1729 hours, animal control contacted 911 dispatch and requested officers to assist them impounding a dog for a report of animal cruelty. Officers arrived and were quickly briefed. Officers and animal control went to the door and saw the suspect holding a dog in which his entire head was wrapped in several layers of duct tape. The only exposed area were two small holes around the nostril. The suspect saw officers and tried to flee to a back room attempting to remove the tape. The suspect was apprehended, and the animal was rescued. Officers and animal control also found a bleach substance in his water bowl. The suspect was arrested for felony animal cruelty 1st Degree and booked into the King County Jail.

#2020-279164/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

On 9-28-2020 at 1839 hours, officer responded to a medical incident with Seattle Fire at Roxhill Park. Upon arrival, officer observed three intoxicated subjects both male and female. One of the intoxicated subjects was identified as a juvenile male and officers were able to contact the subject’s mother. The female left with her boyfriend and third adult male subject refused any assistance and was uncooperative. Near the location, the officer found a small fanny-type bag which was not claimed by anyone on scene. Inside the bag the officer found assorted caliber rounds and an improvised firearm.

#2020-279312/East Precinct/Third Watch:

On 9-28-2020 at 2231 hours, officers were dispatched to the 700 block of Spring Street for a report of a male shot in the chest. The male was located, and first aid was provided until Seattle Fire was able to take over his care. The subsequent investigation revealed that the victim had been seen in a verbal argument with an unknown person only minutes before shots were heard. The suspect then was believed to have fled on foot. An extensive area check for the suspect had negative results. The victim was taken to Harborview Medical Center with life-threatening wounds.