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Saturday– June 22, 2024

#2024-169677/West Precinct/Third Watch:

At 0256 hours, West Precinct Patrol Officers were dispatched to the 500 BLK of 2 AV to investigate an assault. When Officers arrived the located a male down on the ground bleeding from the face and head. Witnesses provided Officers with video that showed the victim on the ground unconscious being kicked repeatedly in both the head and body. SFD responded and determined that the victim was without his faculties and needed to go to the hospital. The male initially refused but was ultimately ITA’d.

#2024-169690/North Precinct/Third Watch:

At 0315 hours, North Pct Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex in the 5000 blk of 15 Ave NE for a male shot. During the investigation Officers learned two males forced open the victim’s apartment door. One of the suspects entered and the victim pushed him out. The other suspect who was outside of the unit fired one round striking the victim in the leg. Both suspects fled the scene. The victim was transported to HMC and is currently stable. Robbery was notified and responded to the scene and HMC.

#2024-170357/West Precinct/Second Watch:

At 1855 hours Officers responded to a collision in King sector involving a Sound Transit Bus into a building. Seattle Fire arrived and declared it a mass causality scene as there were 17 riders on the bus who were injured including the driver. 213 arrived and took control of the scene. A DRE was requested through King County who determined the driver was not impaired, the collision seemed to be cause by a mechanical malfunction. The bus hit a concrete retaining wall, there was no structural damage to the building. There were no life-threatening injuries all the riders were taken to various hospitals for treatment. City Light responded to secure down wires and the bus was towed by King County Metro. The incident was screened with TCIS and Car 11 was notified.

#2024-170381/South Precinct/Third Watch:

At 1928 hours, Officers were requested to respond to a grocery store located in the 3900 Block of S Othello St. The on-scene investigation determined the Suspect was observed concealing meat product in his backpack. The Victim, a Security Guard for the business, contacted the Suspect as he was approaching the exit/entrance. The Suspect took up a fighting stance which resulted in a physical altercation between the two. During the altercation, a handgun fell from the Suspect’s waistband and onto the floor. The Suspect picked up the handgun and tucked it back into his waistband. The Suspect then lifted up his shirt, brandishing the handgun and made threats to kill the Victim. The Victim backed away, the Suspect exited the business and fled in an unknown direction. Employees then called 9-1-1 for assistance. The Victim was not injured in the incident and Employees were unable to their surveillance system at this time. An area check for the Suspect was completed but he was not located. The incident was screened with the Robbery Unit.

#2024-169963/West Precinct/Second Watch:

At 1147 hours, Officers were dispatched to a threat call in King Sector. An uninvolved female called 911 to report her sister, the victim had guns in her face. Offices arrived detained three people and interviewed the victim. After watching video of the incident, they developed probable cause for Felony Harassment. The video showed the suspect reach into a bag slung over his chest. Officers believed the gun was inside of the involved party’s apartment and applied for and were granted a warrant. Officers served the warrant and recovered two semi-automatic handguns and a 9mm 50 round drum. The suspect was a convicted felon and not allowed to possess a handgun. The suspect was booked into King County Jail for Felony Harassment and VUFA.

#2024-170604/South Precinct/Third Watch:

At 2327 hours, While CRG was responding to a Street Racing/Take-over Event in the 1100 block of Alaskan Way, another event began in the vicinity of S Mcclellen St and MLK Way S. The event at S Mcclellan/MLK was said to have 100 people and they were setting off fireworks. CRG transitioned to S Mcclellan/MLK. As resources came into the area, they were able to confirm that a take-over was in progress and that fireworks were being deployed. The vehicles then began leaving to the south. CRG officers followed and made traffic stops where appropriate. 5-10 minutes later, reports of shooting victims began coming. Three victims in total were identified, and they all stated that they were shot at the Mcclellan/MLK event. CRG officers took primary on the shooting while West Precinct officers interviewed the victims. A blood trail was located in the area, but no casings were located.

#2024-170557/West Precinct/Third Watch:

At 2239 hours, CRG responded to a Street Racing / Take-over event in the 1100 block of Alaskan Way. 100 plus vehicles were in a parking lot there revving their engines and play loud music. Once the crowd was aware of our presence they stopped being as loud. Many of the vehicles began leaving. Several traffic stops were made in relation to vehicles leaving area (failure to display license plates, reckless driving). After approximately 30-40 minutes the majority of the group had left, and CRG needed to transition to another event. No other disturbances were reported from that location.

#2024-170508/North Precinct/Third Watch:

At 2300 hours, 2210 hours, Officers were dispatched to a DV assault. Officers arrived and observed both involved subjects had similar injuries. Officers determined the female was the primary aggressor. When the officers went to place the suspect into handcuffs, she tensed up and eventually relaxed to allow officers to handcuff her. An officer began reading the suspect her rights when the suspect suddenly kicked the officer in the left shin. The officer sustained a minor abrasion to his shin and was treated by SFD. Suspect will be booked into jail for Assault 3.

#2024-170490/East Precinct/Third Watch:

At 2138 hours, East Precinct officers responded to 4105 E Madison St for a witness reporting two suspects committing an armed robbery at an ATM. The victim later reported her stolen property was tracking the suspects location to the area of 33 Ave S / S Brandon St. East officers responded to the South Precinct and intercepted the suspects committing another robbery at gun point. The suspects attempted to flee the scene in a stolen vehicle but were successfully taken into custody. It was later discovered the stolen vehicle was wanted in connection with an armed carjacking and multiple robberies. Robbery was notified of the arrest.