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Public assistance sought in locating homicide suspects

On October 25th, West Precinct Anti-Crime (ACT) officers took a report from citizens who had just been assaulted and robbed in the area of 5th and Mercer.  As the ACT officers conducted an area check for the suspects, they interrupted another assault and robbery in progress.  A group of about… [ Keep reading ]

Is your alarm vendor properly licensed?

Seattle residents who subscribe to an alarm service can now check if their vendor is properly licensed with the city. The Seattle Police Department Web site has posted a list of licensed alarm companies at: http://www.seattle.gov/police/programs/alarms/LicensedAlarmCompanies.htm There are more than 200 alarm vendors operating in the City of Seattle. Most… [ Keep reading ]

SPD seeks public’s assistance in locating stolen ring

On October 20th 2008 the suspect stole the above pictured ring, in addition to credit cards after he sexually assaulted her in her Wallingford home. The suspect used the stolen credit cards at a Lynnwood business on the night of the crime. Please be on the look out for the… [ Keep reading ]

DV stabbing suspect sought

On October 17th, Seattle Police investigated a brutal Domestic Violence stabbing. The suspect, Daniel P. Ward (DOB 2/6/57) has since been charged with Assault 1st Degree-Domestic Violence. He remains at large. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to call 911.

SPD will begin enforcing new BAT lanes along Elliott, 15th Avenue West

New BAT sign Seattle Department of Transportation’s work along Elliott and 15th Avenues West is now complete and  officers will begin enforcement of the corridor’s Business Access and Transit (BAT) lanes. The curb lanes in both directions of this corridor have been converted to BAT lanes as part of the paving… [ Keep reading ]

New surveillance still images of Wallingford burglary/sexual assault suspect

On October 22nd, we released this sketch. Today, October 23rd, we are releasing the above surveillance still images. SPD Sexual Assault Unit (SAU) detectives believe that the man captured by surveillance cameras is the same man responsible for the October 20th burglary/sexual assault that occurred in the Wallingford neighborhood. The… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Police release burglary/sexual assault suspect sketch

Seattle Police Sexual Assault Unit (SAU) detectives would like the public to see this sketch. This drawing depicts the image of the suspect involved in a burglary/sexual assault that occurred in the Wallingford neighborhood yesterday. The suspect is described as a tall, thin white male between the ages of 25… [ Keep reading ]

Burglary/Sexual Assault in the Wallingford neighborhood

SPD Sexual Assault Unit (SAU) detectives are investigating a burglary and sexual assault that occurred during the evening hours of October 20th in the Wallingford neighborhood of North Seattle. The female victim was home with her young children, who were sleeping. Her husband had just left the house on a… [ Keep reading ]

Mayor unveils new “Speed Van”

SEATTLE – Mayor Greg Nickels, Councilmember Nick Licata, and Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske unveiled the city’s new “speed van” at Gatewood Elementary School in southwest Seattle. The speed van’s photo radar tool will help enhance safety in school zones. The principal intent of this pilot project is to test how… [ Keep reading ]

SPD Employees honored at 2008 Awards Banquet

The Seattle Police Department and the Seattle Police Foundation honored the incredible work performed by employees of the Department in their professional commitment to serve and protect the community on Friday, October 17th from 6:00 to 10:00 P.M. at the Seattle Sheraton Hotel Grand Ballroom located at 1400 Sixth Avenue…. [ Keep reading ]