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Suspect Arrested in Georgetown Double Homicide

Detectives are investigating after a man and woman were found fatally injured Sunday evening in Georgetown. At about 4:15 p.m., a 911 caller reported two down subjects in an apartment in the 6100 block of 4th Avenue South. Officers responded and found a deceased man and woman. Detectives will continue… [ Keep reading ]

Halloween Safety Tips

The Seattle Police Department wishes Seattle residents a Happy Halloween and offers these safety tips as little ghouls and goblins prepare to roam from home to home. FOR MOTORISTS & BICYCLISTS: Stay alert for increased pedestrian and bicycle traffic on Halloween night. Be patient and SLOW DOWN! Give children lots… [ Keep reading ]

Woman Killed in Hit and Run Collision in South Seattle

Update 11/9: Detectives have obtained surveillance images of the vehicle in this incident and are seeking the public’s help locating the driver. Surveillance video showed the vehicle that struck the pedestrian was a light-colored–possibly silver, gray, or white–2011-2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee.  The vehicle made an immediate right turn from northbound… [ Keep reading ]

Detectives Investigating Following Police Shooting in South Park

The Seattle Police Department Force Investigations Team is investigating after an officer shot at a dog shortly after it attacked a man Thursday evening in the South Park neighborhood. Two officers were on another call near the 9200 block of Delridge Way Southwest around 5:50 PM when they heard screaming…. [ Keep reading ]

Can You Help Detectives Identify Man Suspected of Throwing Feces at Councilmember’s Home?

Detectives need your help identifying a man who has reportedly thrown bags of feces at a city council member’s home on multiple occasions. On October 13th, Police were called to the home of a Seattle City Councilmember near the Leschi neighborhood for a report of harassment with possible political motivations…. [ Keep reading ]

Detectives Arrest Suspect in Wednesday Night Central District Homicide Investigation

Update 10/20/22 At 12:30 pm on Thursday, detectives, with the assistance of the SPD and King County SWAT teams, arrested a suspect in last night’s homicide investigation in the Central District. Detectives with both agencies believe the suspect is also linked to another homicide and multiple ongoing shooting investigations around the… [ Keep reading ]

SPD Student Officer Charged With Cyberstalking, Placed on Unpaid Leave

The Seattle Police Department has put a student officer on unpaid administrative leave after he was charged with cyberstalking in Seattle Municipal Court. Earlier this year, a woman contacted police and reported she had received a series of harassing messages over a span of months via text and social media… [ Keep reading ]

Can You Help ID these Westwood Village Robbery Suspects?

Detectives need your help identifying three suspects wanted for the armed robbery of a Westwood Village clothing store. On Tuesday, October Fourth two men and a woman entered a clothing store in the 2600 block of Southwest Barton Street. All three people began collecting clothing before walking out of the… [ Keep reading ]

Police Investigating Friday Afternoon North Seattle Shooting

Police are investigating after Friday afternoon, shooting injured a security guard in North Seattle. Witnesses called 911 at approximately 5:50 PM on Friday afternoon to report a security guard shot in the 100 block of Northwest 85th Street. Police quickly arrived and began first aid on the victim. Additional officers… [ Keep reading ]

(UPDATED) Homicide Detectives Investigating After Remains Found in University District

Seattle police have arrested a 32-year-old man in this case. On June 20th, a woman’s remains were found in a greenbelt near the University of Washington. The King County Medical Examiner determined the woman’s death was a homicide. During the investigation, detectives developed a person of interest in the case… [ Keep reading ]