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Thursday – October 6, 2022

#2022-267584/West Precinct/First Watch:

On 10-06-2022 at 0203 hours, officers responded to a report of a robbery in Queen Anne. Victim told officers he is a priest and counselor who befriends people he meets on the street. Victim said he met the suspect and had seen him several times during this past week before inviting him to his apartment. Victim said he counseled the suspect for about 6 to 8 hours before the suspect left. Suspect returned about 2 hours later with two other males. The suspects, one of whom was armed with a gun, used tape to tie up the victim. Suspects stole approximately $3000 to $4000 worth of items. After suspects left, the victim crawled out of his apartment where he was found by a neighbor who assisted him in removing the tape and calling 911. Incident screened with Robbery Unit.

#2022-268185/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

At 1539 hours, officers responded to multiple reports of shots fired near 7 AV S / S Donovan St. Evidence of a shooting was located in the street. A nearby elementary school went into a brief lockdown. Witnesses were reluctant to provide information. One parked, unoccupied vehicle was located with bullet damage and a bullet fragment was recovered. Another caller reported their vehicle being struck seven blocks away stemming from the same incident; a bullet fragment was recovered there as well. GVRU notified. Patrol processed the scene.

#2022-268383/West Precinct/Third Watch:

At 1932 hours, officers responded to a two-vehicle collision in which vehicle 1 rear ended vehicle 2 (a metro bus.) Arriving officers approached vehicle 2 and saw that the driver was passed out. They also observed a firearm in the center console. Officers backed away from the vehicle, formed a contact team, and attempted to hail the driver out of the vehicle without success. A shield was obtained, and the contact team moved forward a second time and were able to secure the firearm. The contact team attempted to rouse the driver again unsuccessfully and determined he may be experiencing a narcotic overdose. Officers transitioned to medical care and Seattle Fire was called. Officers provided medical care until SFD took over. The driver was transported via SFD medics to HMC with a hospital guard. A records check showed the driver to be a convicted felon on DOC with multiple outstanding warrants and a flag as a high violent offender. The vehicle was impounded to the processing room. Warrants were written for a DUI blood draw, seizure of the firearm, and possible narcotics inside the vehicle.