Tuesday – March 30, 2021

#2021-764919/West Precinct/First Watch:

On 03-30-2021 at 0910 hours, officers were dispatched to a stolen car tracking by On-Star. They located the vehicle in the parking garage of 1815 Terry Ave occupied by two individuals. They contacted the driver, verified that it was a stolen car, and arrested him. Inside the car were numerous credit cards in different names, narcotics, and a firearm. The arrested driver was a convicted felon and had a lengthy arrest record. He claimed he swallowed drugs, so fire was called, and he was taken to Harborview Medical Center and is currently under guard.

#2021-76584/South Precinct/Second Watch:

On 03-30-2021 at 1238 hours, the reporting party called 911 to report what she believed to be a capsized sailboat midway across the lake from Martha Washington Park. SPD officers and Seattle Fire arrived and were fully set up for a unified response scene and possible recovery. More officers responded to the scene and were flagged down by the reporting party who gave detailed information as to where she observed the possible capsized vessel. SPD Harbor Patrol arrived on scene and was able to determine that the mass in the water identified by the reporting party was a very large log.

#2021-76568/North Precinct/Second Watch:

On 03-30-2021 at 1301 hours, a counselor at University District Youthcare called about a client who threatened to attack both the counselor’s vehicle and the counselor, saying she would bash both with a baseball bat. While no bat was seen by the victim at the time, the victim nonetheless feared for their safety. Furthermore, the suspect was alleged by the victim to have repeatedly used derogatory racist and homophobic language towards the victim, who said that he did indeed feel targeted because of his race and sexual orientation. An area check for the suspect, who fled before officers arrived, was negative.

#2021-076969/North Precinct/Third Watch:

On 03-30-2021 at 2020 hours, SPD was dispatched with Seattle Fire to a vehicle/pedestrian collision. Officers learned that the Honda CRV was northbound on Lake City Way, about mid-block, when the CRV hit the pedestrian who was crossing Lake City Way in a dimly lit area wearing dark clothing not in a designated cross walk. The pedestrian sustained substantial bodily injury and was transported to Harborview Medical Center. The driver of the CRV was not suspected of any criminality and released from the scene. The Traffic Collision Investigation Squad was notified and will conduct follow up investigation.