Friday – March 25, 2022

#2022-073799/West Precinct/Third Watch:

On 03-25-2022 at 0109 hours, two individuals met up in a parking garage near 2 AV and Yesler WY to talk. A third party interrupted their conversation and was assaulted by one of the men. The assault caused a significant but not life-threatening injury. The victim was taken to the hospital for medical treatment.

#2022-073815/South Precinct/Third Watch:

On 03-25-2022 at 0151 hours, officers were dispatched to a drive by shooting near S Orcas St and Beacon Ave S. The caller reported that shots were fired at their residence by an unknown subject in an unknown make and model vehicle. Officers arrived and contacted the caller and neighbors. No one was injured, no property damage was located, and no evidence of a shooting was located.

#2022-028250/South Precinct/First Watch:

On 03-25-2022 at 1030 hours, a suspect was arrested at his residence for a weapons violation by the U.S. Marshals, CRG, and the GVRU. A search warrant was served, and one handgun was recovered. The suspect is a convicted felon.

#2022-073956/West Precinct/First and Second Watch:

On 03-25-2022 at 0800 hours, The Alternative Response Team assisted the Seattle Parks Department with the removal of a very large encampment in the area of 10th Ave S and S Dearborn. 1st and 2nd watch task force provided provide support. Officers from ART and Task Force were met by approximately 20 activists who obstructed police access within the encampment. An altercation ensued which resulted with two suspects taken into custody and an officer who suffered a broken leg. One suspect was booked for investigation of assault. The other was booked for criminal trespass, failure to disperse, obstructing a public officer, and resisting arrest. The clean lasted 8 hours.

#2022-074185/South Precinct/Second Watch:

On 03-25-2022 at 1315 hours, 911 dispatch began receiving numerous calls related to a long-standing labor dispute involving concrete truck drivers in the 3800 block of E Marginal Way. The complaints stated the truck drivers and personnel were being blocked inside the property by picketers and were unable to leave. Officers responded to the and met with both parties (picketers and management). SPD personnel were able to mediate and oversee the safe exit of the personnel trying to leave thus ending the dispute and the repeated calls to 911 on this date.

#2022-074228/North Precinct/Second Watch:

On 03-25-2022 at 1429 hours, officers responded to the 2200 block of NE 65th St for an armed robbery. A suspect approached the coffee stand and displayed a firearm and demanded all the money in the register. After getting the money the suspect fled on foot EB. A K-9 track was conducted but was unable to locate a suspect to do a large amount of foot traffic. Officers are gathering evidence. This could be the same robbery suspect as 22-71687.

#2022-074340/West Precinct/Second Watch:

On 03-25-2022 at 1637 hours, officers were dispatched to a male in crisis who was seen climbing up a construction crane several hundred feet up in the air at Terry AV/ Lenora St. Hostage Negotiation Team (HNT), patrol, and CRG created a team to start communications with the subject on the roof of a nearby building, while another contact team was on the ground awaiting to take the subject into custody. Male subject communicated suicidal ideations to officers on scene and caused hazardous conditions for the public when throwing objects from his location. HNT developed rapport with the subject and after several hours of negotiation were able to coax the subject to climb down the crane to be taken into custody without incident. Male subject caused severe damage to the crane and was subsequently booked into King County Jail. No officers were injured.

#2022-074608/West Precinct/Third Watch:

On 03-25-2022 at 2210 hours, officers working the Billy Eilish concert at Climate Pledge were called to assist in ejecting a female who was intoxicated from the arena. When they got to the exit doors, the female turned and ripped the facemask off the security director. She was placed in handcuffs and taken to an awaiting prisoner van. Once at the van she refused to get in and became combative. While trying to get her into the van she kicked an officer and caused a cut to him arm and bleeding. AMR was requested for transport to King County Jail. She was booked for Investigation of Assault on an Officer. Incident Commander was present and screened.