Tuesday – November 2, 2021

#2021-290750/Southwest Precinct/First Watch:

On 11-02-2021 at 0657 hours, two victims were at work parked near the fire station located at the 3600 BLK of 23 Ave SW. The victims parked their vehicles on the East side of the fire station and a suspect/suspects threw rocks, eggs, and a shopping cart from a ramp, striking the victims’ vehicles. Officers checked the area for evidence and were informed there was a property damage call on 10/31/21 at fire station #29. SPD had responded and completed a report.

#2021-290999/North Precinct/Second Watch:

On 11-02-2021 at 1204 hours, officers responded with Seattle Fire to a tent fire at the Ballard Commons Park. It appeared the fire started accidentally, but the owner of the tent was not located. There were several propane tanks inside the tent, but they did not explode. The tent was destroyed by the flames. SFD extinguished fire and there were no injuries.

#2021-291045/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

On 11-02-2021 at 1246 hours, an individual involved in an earlier incident (21-291045) was causing a disturbance and removed to a friend’s apartment. As soon as they got into the apartment the individual attempted to jump out of a plate glass window that was on the fourth floor of the building. Officers were notified and responded. As they entered, they noticed the subject hanging out of the window with his friend barely holding on to him. Officers responded to assist and grabbed him to prevent him from falling. They held on for over 10 minutes while waiting for Seattle Fire to arrive. Officers attempted to get him to comply but were unable to. Once SFD arrived they devised a plan to pull him back into the apartment. Shortly after, they were able to pull him back into the apartment but not before he shattered a plate glass window. Medics arrived and gave the individual in crisis a narcotic to calm him down. He was then able to be strapped to a gurney and transported to the hospital. Several officers were injured due to the falling glass, however; no officers needed hospitalization.