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Officer Assault-suspect arrested

On 06/16/09,  at approximately 5:47 p.m., officers were working off-duty at a Middle School,  in the 300 block of  21st Ave. E., during the school’s graduation exercise. These officers observed a female at the school, who had been trespassed. As the  officers began to contact the female suspect, a disturbance… [ Keep reading ]

Vehicle/pedestrian accident on Capitol Hill

On June 15th at approximately 2:30 p.m., officers responded to a call of a car/pedestrian collision at 17th Avenue East and East Republican Street.  An 89-year old man was driving southbound on 17th Avenue East, approaching East Republican. That intersection is a 90 degree turn only westbound, which becomes East… [ Keep reading ]

Suspect at large after robbery, burglary

On June 12 at approximately 7:46 p.m. officers responded to a 911 call of a domestic violence disturbance at Pratt Park. Investigation indicates that the 27-year-old male suspect approached his ex-girlfriend and threatened her and stole her cell phone. The suspect also attempted to pay bystanders to beat up the… [ Keep reading ]

Shots Fired

On 6/9/09, shortly before 2:00 a.m., (bar closing)several fights erupted in the street in the 1400 block of 10 Av.  Security was attempting to break up the fights, when the suspect fired several rounds into the air.  Suspect than left in a vehicle, south on 10 AV.  The suspect was described as Asian… [ Keep reading ]

Update on burglary investigation-2 women in custody

Seattle Police Robbery detectives developed information that the two female suspects in the home invasion burglary earlier in the week may have traveled to Eastern Washington.  On May 21st, detectives were notified that one of the suspects, a 30 year-old female, had been arrested in Yakima.   She was later… [ Keep reading ]

Home invasion burglary

On May 20 at approximately 2:03 p.m. two female suspects entered the victim’s home through the front door. They confronted the 45-year-old male victim and demanded money. The victim started to push the suspects out of his house at which time both suspects pulled out handguns from their purses. A… [ Keep reading ]

Farmers Insurance presents award to Seattle Police

Farmers Insurance Group has named Seattle one of the most secure US cities for 2008.  Seattle took top honors in the large city category (over 500,000 residents) based on a number of factors.  The award, which was begun in 2004, looks at what it means to be a secure city…. [ Keep reading ]

Shots fired on School bus-2 arrested

On May 11th at approximately 2:36 p.m., East Precinct patrol officers responded to a report of two male suspects firing Airsoft guns on a school bus. Officers determined that the original event occurred at 15th Avenue S. & S. Atlantic Street.  Officers interviewed the bus driver who then identified the… [ Keep reading ]

SPD attempts to identify, locate sexual assault suspect

The Seattle Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in attempting to identify and locate a sexual assault suspect.  On April 28th, 2009, shortly after 9:00 p.m., the suspect boarded the southbound Metro bus route #7 at 3rd Avenue and Pine Street.  The female victim was also on the same… [ Keep reading ]

Bank robbed on Capitol Hill, suspect arrested

On April 29th, at approximately 10:44 a.m., Seattle Police officers and Robbery detectives responded to a 911 call stating that a suspect had just robbed a bank in the 1400 Block of Madison Street.  Officers arrived in the area and immediately set up containment.  Detectives had developed information about the possible… [ Keep reading ]