Thursday – September 9, 2021

#2021-235784/North Precinct/First Watch:

On 09-09-2021 at 0615 hours, officers responded to NE 52 ST / Ravenna Av NE for a report of a naked male walking in the area. Officers arrived and found that a citizen had given the male a ride to UW Hospital. Officers were able to confirm the identity of the male at UW Hospital as being the suspect in the earlier Arson. Suspect was discharged from the hospital and booked into King County Jail for Arson I. Arson Bomb Squad Sergeant updated.

#2021-236765/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

On 09-09-2021 at 1551 hours, several witnesses reported a drive by shooting at 26th Av SW and SW Juneau St. Upon arrival, evidence of a shooting was located in the street. Through the investigation it was determined that there was a disturbance associated with a house in the 5600 block of 26th Av SW. A male approached a woman and began yelling at her. The female half fired five shots either at his car or in the air. Both vehicles fled the scene in different directions. Gun Violence Reduction Unit screened the incident. No victims and/or property damage were located.

#2021-236851/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

On 09-09-2021 at 1723 hours, the victim stated he was shot in the leg at an undisclosed location in Burien. The victim was uncooperative and not forthcoming with information regarding the circumstances around the shooting and would not provide any suspect information. The victim’s injuries were not life-threatening. Seattle Fire transported the victim to Harborview Medical Center. KCSO advised at the time of the shooting, they did not have a call regarding a shooting in Burien.

#2021-236852/South Precinct/Second Watch:

On 09-09-2021 at 1725 hours, the suspect and victim got into a disturbance over a bike. The suspect shot the victim in the face. The suspect was taken into custody in the area of the crime scene. The victim was transported to Harborview Medical Center with an apparent gunshot wound to the face. A pepper-ball pistol was recovered at the scene. At the time of the SIR, it is unknown if the pepper-ball pistol caused the damage to the victim’s face, or if the suspect used a different firearm.