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Tuesday – December 13, 2022

#2022-332756/West Precinct/Second Watch:

On 12-13-2022 at 1119 hours, officers responded to a silent bank hold-up alarm. While en route, the bank confirmed an unknown male had entered the bank and produced a handwritten note demanding money. The bank teller provided cash, which the male stuffed in his pockets. The suspect then exited the bank, and fled on foot. Containment was set up and K9 responded but the suspect was not located. The scene was processed and evidence was collected.

#2022-332905/North Precinct/Second Watch:

At 1345 hours, a male suspect entered a bank on Holman Rd NW. The suspect paced in the lobby for some time before approaching a counter and passing a note to the teller demanding money. The teller passed money to the suspect who then fled on foot. Patrol responded and set up containment. A K9 track was attempted, and evidence was processed. Robbery was notified.

#2022-333091/Southwest Precinct/Second Watch:

At 1718 hours, Seattle Fire requested Seattle Police respond to a traffic incident where a 66-year-old female had been trapped by her vehicle. Seattle Fire attempted lifesaving efforts but were unsuccessful. Security found the female after receiving a report of someone hearing a scream. The female was found outside her vehicle pinned between the vehicle and a curb. TCIS responded to investigate.

#2022-333189/West Precinct/Third Watch:

At 1945 hours, officers responded to 2 Ave S to a report of an assault with felony level injuries to the victim. After investigating, officers developed probable cause to arrest a resident. Officers contacted the suspect’s unit and placed him into custody without incident. The suspect was booked into KCJ, and the victim was transported to HMC for treatment.

#2022-333260/East Precinct/Third Watch:

At 2123 hours, there were multiple reports of shots heard near E Madison St. Witnesses observed multiple vehicles quickly fleeing the scene. Officers arrived on scene and located evidence of a shooting on the street in front of the main entrance to the Safeway. The front window was hit but it did not penetrate fully through the wall to the Starbucks area. Patrol processed the scene, and collected evidence.