Sunday – June 5, 2022

#2022-142258/East Precinct/Third Watch:

On 06-05-2022 at 0142 hours, officers responded to a report of shots fired outside the Mint Lounge in the 1200 block of Pine St. Multiple other callers reported seeing a shooter running south bound. A suspect was described as a male in a black puffy jacket. Another caller reported a person down in the 1500 block of Minor Av. Officers located an involved person in the 1500 block of Minor who claimed he was shot at by the suspect (male in a puffy jacket) he was arguing with outside the night club. The male stated he was security for the club and that he returned fire at the suspect. Officers recovered a firearm from the security employee and located evidence of a shooting apparently from his firearm. Soon after initiating the investigation, a male fitting the description of the outstanding suspect, arrived at HMC with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. He claimed he was shot “at the Lounge” by “security” but made no other statements. Officers did not locate a firearm or evidence of a shooting that may have come from the person who was shot. After interviewing witnesses, reviewing evidence, and consulting with GVRU detectives, both subjects were charged with Reckless Endangerment. The security employee was booked to KCJ and the subject at HMC was CBO’d due to being admitted to the hospital.

#2022-107341/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

On 04-29-2022 at 1426 hours, the victim was robbed at gunpoint in West Seattle. Her car and other belongings were taken. Detective was assigned the case for follow-up. His investigation identified two possible suspects. One suspect was in SCORE jail on unrelated charges and was due to be released on 06-05-2022, today’s date. Det. and Sgt. went to SCORE and arrested the suspect for this robbery. He was transported to SPD headquarters where he was interviewed. The suspect confessed to this robbery and was then booked into KCJ. The second suspect is still outstanding.

#2022-142647/North Precinct/Second Watch:

On 06-05-2022 at 1225 hrs., an unknown male suspect drove into the North precinct visitor lot, parked his vehicle illegally in the handicapped parking spot, then approached the front door. The suspect proceeded to punch the glass of the front door of the precinct, which shattered the glass. The suspect proceeded to shout at the door and throw his hands into the air as if to challenge someone to fight, but the lobby was closed, so no one was available to contact the suspect. The male then left the scene in his vehicle. An email was sent out by Sgt. with photos of the suspect and his vehicle. There is PC to arrest for felony property damage.