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Tuesday – October 12, 2021

#2021-269822/East Precinct/Third Watch:

On 10-12-2021 at 0037 hours, officers and Seattle Fire responded to Kaiser Urgent Care 1501 E Thomas St where a 19 y/o male had been brought in with multiple stab wounds. Officers arrived and attempted to interview the subject, but his mother interjected and prevented them from contacting him. The mother then told officers a brief chain of events and refused to identify herself. Seattle Fire transported the subject to Harborview Medical Center (HMC) in stable condition. Once at HMC, officers were able to interview the adult victim without the mother present. South Precinct attempted to locate a possible scene but were unable to. It is unknown if the subject was being truthful in what he reported due to his reporting shifting, his intoxication, and his versions of events was not the same as his mother’s.

#2021-269837/South Precinct/Third Watch:

On 10-12-2021 at 0103 hours, Seattle Fire responded to a minivan on fire in the parking lot of 3820 Rainier Av S. Fire Marshal later determined the incident as suspicious/unknown fire. SPD completed a suspicious fire report and will forward it to Arson Bomb Squad for any follow-up investigation. SFD Marshal will reach out to ABS in the morning. The minivan was totaled.

#2021-269847/South Precinct/Third Watch:

On 10-12-2021 at 0151 hours, the victim and his girlfriend were asleep inside their apartment with the front door unlocked. The suspects, a possible ex-girlfriend and an unidentified male accomplice, quietly entered the apartment. The two suspects attacked the victim without warning while the victim’s girlfriend fled the apartment and hid in the yard of a nearby residence. The two suspects beat the victim for approximately 15 minutes, punching him in the face and hitting him with various items in the apartment including a skateboard. The victim suffered severe facial injuries, a possible head injury, and possible internal injuries. The suspects left prior to police arriving and were not located by officers who searched the area. Seattle Fire responded to evaluate the victim, who began vomiting from the trauma, but he refused to go to the hospital for treatment. Officers were able locate a record for the suspect, who had multiple records, all of which had different addresses listed. At the time of this report the identified suspect had not been located. This incident was screened with SPD Homicide.

#2021-269956/West Precinct/First Watch:

On 10-12-2021 at 0648 hours, officers were dispatched to a damage call at 9 AV / VIRGINIA ST. A DOC officer witnessed the suspect carve a pentagram and “666” into an office window. The suspect then walked to a nearby rest stop. The suspect was arrested without incident and booked into King County Jail for Investigation of Malicious Mischief. The city-owned window will need to be replaced.

#2021-270277/North Precinct/Second Watch:

On 10-12-2021 at 1321 hours, a suspect broke into the passenger side of the victim’s truck, unaware that the victim was reclined in the driver’s seat. The victim was a part of a construction crew that was nearby. They attempted to detain the suspect for police, when suspect 2 driving a gray Lexus displayed a gun. The construction crew backed off and the first suspect got into the second suspect’s vehicle, and they drove off, almost hitting some of the construction crew. It is unclear if the suspect 1 was attempting to steal the vehicle or car prowl. Robbery was notified.

#2021-270384/South Precinct/Second Watch:

On 10-12-2021 at 1528 hours, officers arrested a suspect who had been repeatedly trespassing/assaulting/harassing the staff and customers of a grocery store in the 3900 block of S Othello. As officers were investigating the most recent crime, the suspect returned yet again and was taken into custody. The suspect was positively identified and booked for Investigation of Harassment. E-alert sent to the Homicide Unit for follow-up.

#2021-270446/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

On 10-12-2021 at 1750 hours, DOC conducted a knock-and-talk at the residence of the girlfriend of a DOC warrant suspect, with SPD assisting. During DOC’s interview of a female at the apartment it became known that the suspect was in fact present in the apartment. The suspect barricaded in the bathroom and claimed to be armed with a gun. DOC & the SPD set containment, called for CRG, Hostage Negotiation Team (HNT), and SWAT resources, and began trying to establish a dialogue with the suspect. After an hours-long standoff, HNT was able to convince the suspect to surrender. At the time of this writing the suspect is under guard at the hospital for complaints unrelated to this event and will be booked into SCORE jail upon his release. His weapon was recovered at the scene and found to be a Co2 powered BB-gun full-size replica of a semi-auto handgun.

#2021-270693/East Precinct/Third Watch:

On 10-12-2021 at 2156 hours, officers were contacted by a resident of 1660 12 AV. The resident stated that he was the victim of an assault at the hands of a man he only knew as “Tony.” The victim stated that approximately 1 hour earlier, “Tony” had thrown hot oil on him while shouting racially motivated remarks and insults, in addition to threatening to kill him. Officers learned that this was not the only assault, and that a previously unreported incident occurred on 10-09-2021 where the same suspect threw a vase at the victim, striking him in the head resulting in a small cut. During the previous assault the suspect also used racially biased language against the victim. Officers were able to identify the suspect and attempted to contact him at his residence, however, were unsuccessful. This incident was screened with LT.