Saturday – December 26, 2020

#2020-353760/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

On 12-26-2020 at 1520 hours, the reporting party, who was a male, called police because while conducting his mail delivery route, the roadway was blocked by a vehicle. He said the vehicle was preventing him from delivering mail to several homes. The caller waited a few minutes for the vehicle to move out of his way. When the vehicle did not move, the caller then decided to honk his horn. The vehicle continued to block the roadway, so the caller decided to approach the vehicle and make contact with the driver to ask her to move. The driver of the vehicle was described as a female, 5’11, medium build, long curly hair and all black clothing. The unknown female began screaming at the caller. She used a racial slur more than once and added that she did not like the way he wore his mask. The caller stated that no threat or assault was made towards him. The unknown female never prevented him from leaving. The caller stated it was unknown if he was targeted because of his race. Suspect not located at the time of this incident. 

#2020-354007/West Precinct/Third Watch:

On 12-26-2020 at 2102 hours, officers responded to City Hall Park for the report of an assault. A victim was located on the ground with a possible skull fracture. Witness provided a description and stated the suspect stomped on the victim’s head 6-8 times while he was on the ground. Seattle Fire transported victim to Harborview Medical Center. Suspect was not located. Victim was in ICU and expected to survive.