Wednesday – November 25, 2020

#2020-3284646/South Precinct/Second Watch:

On 11-25-2020 at 1150 hours, a male was driving on I5 while displaying a political flag outside his window. He reported that the suspect noticed the flag and without any known provocation began yelling and swerving at his vehicle. At one point, the suspect pulled in front of the victim vehicle and abruptly stopped, causing the victim to slam on his brakes narrowly avoiding collision. The suspect continued to follow behind the victim, driving erratically as he exited onto 1 Ave S near S Spokane St. Near an unknown intersection on 1 Ave S, the suspect intentionally rammed the back of the victim’s car twice causing light damage. The victim was concerned for his safety, so he chose to drive to his work at Boeing where a security shack and guard were located. The suspect followed the victim the entire way (approximately 20 minutes) to his work at which point she was stopped by security when attempting to follow. The suspect exited her vehicle and began yelling at the victim which included an ethnic slur. This was heard and reported by the Boeing security guard on scene. The victim was able to take photos of the suspect and her license plate before she fled the scene. Responding officers checked the registered owner address for the vehicle and successfully located it occupied by the female suspect. She was detained and identified by photos taken by the victim. She gave a statement to officers, admitting to having an altercation with the victim as well as being involved in a collision. She was arrested and booked into the King County Jail for Malicious Harassment.

#2020-328527/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

On 11-25-2020 at 1314 hours, officers responded to the 9400 block of Delridge Wy SW to investigate an assault in progress. The suspect was hitting the victim with a baseball bat. Officers arrived and controlled the scene. Seattle Fire Department responded. Officers determined the victim and suspect were neighbors in the apartment complex. Officers arrested the suspect and recovered the bat as evidence. The suspect was booked into the King County Jail for investigation of assault.