Wednesday – November 4, 2020

#2020-311645/West Precinct/Second Watch:

On 11/4/2020 at 1332 hours, officers responded to an RV for a report of threats with a gun. The victim stated she got into a verbal argument with a subject. During the argument, the victim claimed the subject brandished a gun and threatened her with it. Officer contacted the subject, who denied brandishing or threatening the victim with a gun. Witnesses at the scene said they observed the argument and did not see a gun. Subject was released and officers wrote a report.

#2020-311849/North Precinct/Second Watch:

On 11-4-2020 at 1749 hours, a Silver Hyundai Sonata was traveling southbound in the right lane on Aurora Ave N at N 137th St. The Sonata struck a 58-year-old female pedestrian who was crossing Aurora Ave N eastbound. The pedestrian suffered significant injuries and died at the scene. The driver, a 24-year-old female, was evaluated by a Drug Recognition Expert officer who determined the driver was not impaired. While there is an unmarked crosswalk at the intersection it is unknown at this time where the pedestrian was crossing. The driver was released from the scene.

#2020-311893/South Precinct/First Watch:

On 11-4-2020 at 1911 hours, officers responded to a report of shots fired. Upon arrival they contacted the caller who stated he heard multiple shots outside his residence. After waiting a few minutes, he went outside and found evidence of shots fired in the street. The caller watched multiple cars drive over the evidence, so he collected it. No suspect information. No one injured. Damage was found to one vehicle. It appeared the vehicle was the target. The registered owner of the vehicle had no idea why their car would have been targeted.

#2020-311987/East Precinct/Third Watch:

On 11-4-2020 at 2137 hours, officers contacted a male sleeping in a truck that had been reported stolen. Inside the open bed of the truck, the officers also located a stolen motorcycle. The male struggled during the arrest, striking an officer in the face and later dropping a handgun from his clothing. The male was eventually booked into the King County Jail for two counts of Possession of Stolen Property (vehicle), and Assault. Additional charges of Unlawful Carry and DUI / Physical control were requested.