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Police Arrest Man for Monday Afternoon Downtown Shooting

Police arrested a suspected gunman Monday afternoon after he shot another man near Freeway Park. Shortly before 2 PM witnesses began calling 911 to report a man shooting at someone in the 600 block of Seneca Street. Officers arrived within 3 minutes and were able to take the suspect into… [ Keep reading ]

Monday – May 3, 2021

#2021-107350/North Precinct/Third Watch: On 05-03-2021 at 0219 hours, Seattle Fire was on scene of a suspicious vehicle fire and called for SPD response. SPD officers arrived and learned that a neighbor heard a disturbance outside her house and looked at her ring device to see what was going on. The… [ Keep reading ]

Sunday – May 2, 2021

#2021-106566/South Precinct/Third Watch: On 05-02-2021 at 0054 hours, 3 suspects ran up to the main entrance door and threw eggs and balloons (filled with paint) at the door. Two more suspects ran up to the fence (NE corner, by the POV lot) and threw eggs and balloons (filled with paint)… [ Keep reading ]

Saturday – May 1, 2021

#2021-105981/West Precinct/First Watch: On 05-01-2021 at 0955 hours, a construction crew ruptured a 4-inch natural gas line near South Lake Union. Numerous Seattle Fire units responded, and SPD responded for traffic control. A 2-block area was evacuated by officers until PSE was able to cap the line and stop the… [ Keep reading ]

Friday – April 30, 2021

#2021-105356/West Precinct/Second Watch: On 04-30-2021 at 1500 hours, officers were called to an extended stay rental building about a subject that had made threats to kill an employee and was trespassing due to his stay being over. Employees also stated that the subject had put a camera up outside his… [ Keep reading ]

Fourteen Arrested During Saturday Marches

Police arrested fourteen people for crimes ranging from property destruction to assault and reckless driving on Saturday during a series of unpermitted marches in Seattle. Several marches from Occidental Park and Broadway and Pine wound through downtown during the afternoon, eventually converging and returning to Capitol Hill. During the marches,… [ Keep reading ]

Thursday – April 29, 2021

#2021-103832/South Precinct/Third Watch: On 04-29-2021 at 0005 hours, two suspects entered a gas station mini mart. They checked the store for customers and then one suspect pulled out a handgun, went behind the counter, and ordered the clerk to open the till. The suspects took the contents of the till… [ Keep reading ]

Police Arrest Man For Threatening to Kill Mayor

Seattle Police Officers arrested a 42-year-old man for harassment after he left a voicemail for Mayor Durkan threatening to kill her. Seattle Police detectives were notified Tuesday that a man had left a voicemail at the Mayor’s office earlier that morning, stating he wanted to kill the Mayor. Officers were… [ Keep reading ]

Wednesday – April 28, 2021

#2021-102927/North Precinct/Third Watch: On 04-28-2021 at 0103 hours, a 911 call came in about SPD accompanying SFD for an unknown female who’s been electrocuted, unknown how/why. After investigation: two unknown females were observed earlier in the evening cutting something with an electric saw at the location. When confronted, they fled… [ Keep reading ]

Tuesday – April 27, 2021

#2021-102370/North Precinct/Second Watch: On 04-27-2021 @ 1302 hours, a male came into the Home Street bank and presented one of the tellers with a note demanding money and if she cooperated no one would get hurt. The teller put the money into a plastic Bartell’s bag the suspect had given… [ Keep reading ]