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Saturday – April 3, 2021

#2021-080157/South Precinct/Third Watch:

On 04-03-2021 at 0309 hours, Seattle Fire investigators responded to the scene of a fire at a construction site, which had occurred earlier in the morning hours. SFD investigators determined the fire to be intentionally set and requested that the SPD’s Arson Bomb Squad respond to assist with the initial investigation. ABS detectives were on-scene and will handle the follow-up.

#2021-080233/North Precinct/First Watch:

On 04-03-2021 at 0625 hours, officers responded to a burglary in progress. Reporting party stated suspects from an earlier incident in the night were seen entering the building again. Officer arrived quickly and contained the building while K-9 responded. Several announcements were given before and throughout the building search without a reply. While conducting the building search, K-9 located and bit the suspect. After K-9 located the suspect, the suspect was placed under arrest and first aid was provided. Seattle Fire responded to assess and treat the suspects injures. The Force Investigation Team was consulted and made the determination of a type 2 Use of Force. The suspect was transported to Harborview Medical Center and later booked into King County Jail.

#2021-80285/East Precinct/First Watch:

On 04-03-2021 at 0800 hours, officers received a 911 assault call in the 1600 Blk of E Olive Way. Two suspects were involved, one of which was brandishing a gun. Officers responded and arrested one of the suspects. During the arrest the suspect shoved and kicked at officers. Suspect was arrested for Assault 3 and a hazard report was completed.

#2021-80618/South Precinct/Second Watch:

On 04-03-2021 at 1649 hours, officers responded to a call from a man who stated that he had been stabbed. Officers arrived and located the man, who had a stab wound to his back. Seattle Fire responded and transported him to Harborview Medical Center in an SFD paramedic van. Officers received a second call of a disturbance/stabbing just down the road. It was determined that second call was the location of the stabbing. The suspect vehicle described leaving the second scene was located where officers contacted the original caller. Physical and blood evidence was located in plain view in and on the vehicle. Officers were unable to locate the other individuals involved in the incident. The vehicle was impounded. The stabbing victim suffered a single, non-life-threatening stab wound to the back. Homicide was notified of the incident and the impounded vehicle.

#2021-080770/North Precinct/Third Watch:

On 04-03-2021 at 2016 hours, officers were dispatched to a robbery call at a convenience/pharmacy store. Officers arrived and learned that the male suspect entered the store, obtained a store shopping cart and for approximately 30 minutes filled the shopping cart full of miscellaneous items. The suspect began to walk out of the store without paying for the items and was verbally confronted by a checkout clerk. Suspect look at the clerk, told him to pay for the items himself, while motioning towards his waistband as if he had a gun. Suspect left the store and was last seen heading eastbound pushing the shopping cart. No K9 was available. Officers conducted an area check for the suspect however neither he, nor the shopping cart, were located. Robbery was contacted and will conduct follow up investigations.

#2021-080836/Southwest Precinct/Third Watch:

On 04-03-2021 at 2138 hours, a westbound red Chevy, driven by an adult male, crossed the center line in the 7200 block of Sylvan Wy and struck a blue Hyundai, driven by an adult female, which was coming down the hill. Both drivers appeared to sustain significant injuries and required extrication and transport by Seattle Fire. Information suggested the driver of the Chevy may have been impaired, and a sample of the suspect’s blood was obtained via warrant. The Traffic Collision Investigation Squad responded. A determination regarding the suspect’s booking will be made once his medical condition is established.