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Sunday – July 31, 2022

#2022-199471/North Precinct/Third Watch:

On 07-31-2022 at 0214 hours, multiple reports came in of a male firing a handgun in the air. Descriptions of involved parties and vehicles were numerous. Officers responded and located evidence of a shooting. Per witnesses, two groups were involved in an altercation after visiting a cocktail lounge. One group ran back to a vehicle, retrieved a firearm, and began firing multiple rounds out the window into the air. The suspects then sped off in an unknown direction.

#2022-199570/South Precinct/First Watch:

On 07-31-2022 at 0600 hours, there was a call from Seattle Fire for an expedited response. When officers arrived, there was a female with no shirt on. She was heavily intoxicated and was being very hostile. When officers approached the female suspect, she began to slap at officers and pull hair. Once she was in custody and walking to the patrol vehicle, she then spit on an officer. Subject was booked into King County Jail for assault.

#2022-199925/North Precinct/Second Watch:

On 07-31-2022 at 1437 hours, a witness called 911 reporting a shooting had just occurred in the homeless encampment on the corner of NE 45th St. & 7th Ave NE. The shooting victim had run up to him and pointed out another departing male, exclaiming, “That’s the guy who shot me!” The victim had an obvious, but non-life-threatening gunshot wound to his lower leg. The suspect fled e/b on NE 45th with a bicycle. Responding officers stopped the suspect at NE 50th & Roosevelt and the witness positively ID’d him. The victim was transported to HMC for treatment. The shooting apparently stemmed from a dispute over missing narcotics. Patrol processed the scene, but no evidence was located. The victim later claimed the suspect had handed-off the gun to an unknown female when he fled the scene.

#2022-200170/West Precinct/Third Watch:

On 07-31-2022 at 1945 hours, officers responded to a female subject who was in crisis and throwing items out the window from her 5th floor apartment. Officers determined the subject met ITA criteria and called for an AMR. The subject was secured to a gurney for transport to the hospital. The subject then spit on an officer who sustained a bodily fluid exposure. The subject then subsequently spit on AMR personnel. AMR was directed to transport the female to KCJ to be booked for the assault. Incident screened with Lt.

#2022-200230/East Precinct/Third Watch:

On 07-31-2022 at 2104 hours, multiple calls to 911 were made of a fight disturbance where someone was stabbed. Officers responded and arrived locating a male victim who had been stabbed in the head. Witnesses pointed out the suspect who had started to walk away. Officers located the suspect a short distance away and detained him without incident. Multiple witnesses and evidence confirmed the correct suspect was detained. Victim transported to HMC via medics with non-life-threatening injuries. It was determined that the victim and suspect had been involved in a verbal dispute and that the suspect had started to walk away. The suspect then turned back toward the victim and attacked him, eventually stabbing him in the head.

#2022-200289/West Precinct/Third Watch:

On 07-31-2022 at 2216 hours, officers responded to a call of a man stabbed in the hand. After initially being unable to locate the victim, officers leaving the scene were flagged down. The victim sustained a stab wound to the palm of one hand and a laceration to a finger of the other. Seattle Fire responded and the victim was transported to HMC. The victim was unable to provide a detailed description of the suspect or a precise location of the incident, or weapon description.

#2022-200365/Southwest Precinct/Third Watch:

On 07-31-2022 at 2355 hours, officers responded to the area of SW Brandon ST/26 AVE SW to a report of 2 shots heard. Officers located evidence of a shooting on the roadway between 26 AVE SW and 29 AVE SW. This is a wooded area and officers could not locate witnesses. The scene was processed by patrol and the evidence was recovered.