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Suspect Arrested Following Stabbing on Capitol Hill

A 28-year-year old man was arrested for assault after a traffic altercation led to the stabbing of a 37-year-old man Sunday evening on Capitol Hill. The victim is being treated at the hospital for non life-threatening injuries. At approximately 6:15 PM, East Precinct officers responded to a report of a… [ Keep reading ]

10 Arrested During Protests in Capitol Hill Neighborhood

Police arrested 10 people during protests in the Capitol Hill neighborhood Saturday evening. A group of protestors left Cal Anderson Park just before 5 pm and began marching in the streets. They wound their way through the city while members of the group damaged property, including spray painting buildings and… [ Keep reading ]

Police Arrest 13 During Wednesday Night Protest

Police began monitoring a protest that formed in Cal Anderson Park at 7 PM Wednesday night. The group began marching around Capitol Hill and First Hill causing occasional property damage along the way. The group reformed at the intersection of 11 Avenue and Pine Street. Around 10:45 PM a protestor… [ Keep reading ]

Detectives Arrest Suspects in Hate Crime Assaults on Capitol Hill

Detectives have arrested two suspects wanted in connection with a hate crime earlier this month on Capitol Hill. On September 2nd, 2020, officers were called to investigate after the suspects assaulted two men in separate incidents near the Capitol Hill light rail station. In both assaults, which were just minutes… [ Keep reading ]

Homicide Investigation in Cal Anderson Park, Person of Interest Found Deceased After Barricading Himself in Building

Detectives are investigating the death of a woman inside Cal Anderson Park as a domestic violence homicide as negotiators and SWAT officers were attempting to get a person of interest into custody after he barricaded himself inside a small building in the park. Hours later the male was located deceased… [ Keep reading ]

Update: Homicide Detectives Investigating After Victim Succumbs to Injuries

Update 9/8/20: The 17-year-old male victim died last night from injuries he sustained in the August 26th shooting. Homicide detectives are investigating. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Violent Crimes tip line at (206) 233-5000. Original Post: Gang Unit Investigating After 17-Year-Old Critically Wounded In 23/Yesler Shooting WrittenbyPublic… [ Keep reading ]

Molotov Cocktails Thrown at East Precinct Tuesday Night, No Damage, No Injuries

On Tuesday, September 1st, at approximately 9:20 PM, a large group of individuals protesting in the area of Cal Anderson Park made their way to the East Precinct and threw bags of garbage and Molotov Cocktails at the building. There were officers inside the precinct when the bottles were thrown… [ Keep reading ]

Officers Recover Weapons, Shields, and Spike Strips During Park Cleanup

Officers providing security during a Seattle Parks Department cleanup Tuesday morning at Cal Anderson Park recovered homemade spike strips, weapons and dozens of makeshift shields inside of tents in the area. The Seattle Parks Department began clearing Cal Anderson Park shortly after 10 AM Tuesday to repair damages done to… [ Keep reading ]

One Arrested After Multiple Fires Are Set to Buildings During Protests

Updated Police began monitoring a protest that marched from Cal Anderson Park just after 9 PM Monday. The group made their way to the West Precinct where some individuals began hurling objects at the building causing minor damage and broken windows as well as painting graffiti on the walls. A… [ Keep reading ]

Two Arrested, Officers Injured During Large Disturbance in Cal Anderson Park Saturday Afternoon

Four officers were injured and two people arrested during a disturbance that turned into a “Help the Officer” call Saturday afternoon in Cal Anderson Park. On Saturday, at around 4:30 PM, officers responded to a report of a man breaking the windows of a business and church near 11th Avenue… [ Keep reading ]