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Gun Recovered After Man Found Sleeping in Stolen Truck Fights with Officers

Officers arrested a man Wednesday night in the Atlantic neighborhood after he was found sleeping in a stolen truck, and fought with officers. Police were dispatched to investigate a possible stolen vehicle in the 900 block of Hiawatha Place South. Witnesses stated that there was a man rummaging through the… [ Keep reading ]

Seven Arrested at Capitol Hill Demonstration

Update 11/5/20 4:10 PM SPD Force Investigators have learned the subject’s medical episode waspotentially related to asubstancethe subjecthad ingested prior topolicecontact. The subject was treated at the scene by a Seattle Police EMT, and was then treated by Seattle Fire Department medics prior to being transported to the hospital. The… [ Keep reading ]

Detectives Investigating Fatal Motorist/Pedestrian Collision on Aurora Avenue

Traffic Collision Investigation Squad detectives are investigating after a driver fatally struck a pedestrian Wednesday evening in North Seattle. Just before 6:00 PM, a 58-year-old female was attempting to cross Aurora when she was struck by a driver traveling south on Aurora Avenue North at North 137th Street. Officers and… [ Keep reading ]

Suspect arrested for Animal Cruelty in North Seattle

Officers on Friday night arrested a 32-year-old man on Animal Cruelty charges after it was reported that he was dragging a cat on a rope behind a bicycle that he was riding. Officers had responded to a 911 call in the 9000 block of 13th Ave NW around 9:15 p.m…. [ Keep reading ]

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De-escalation, Communication, Protest Medics and Media: SPD’s Changing Approach to Demonstrations

This year has brought unprecedented demonstrationsto our region, posing new challenges for our community and the Seattle Police Department. Our department has itself been the focus of many of the ongoing protestsabout inequities in criminal justice, violence in law enforcement,andSPD’s own response to demonstrations. Over the past four months, our… [ Keep reading ]

Officers Arrest Two Suspects in Pioneer Square Stabbing

Officers arrested a 53-year-old woman and a 62-year-old man in connection with a stabbing that occurred Friday afternoon near Pioneer Square Park. At approximately 1:30pm Friday afternoon, a parking enforcement officer was flagged down near the intersection of 1st Avenue and James Street about a possible assault. Officers responded and… [ Keep reading ]

Police Recover Stolen Car, Seize Revolver, Shotgun, Narcotics

Officers arrested a man in a stolen car in the Delridge neighborhood and recovered two firearms, ammunition, narcotics and jewelry from the vehicle. Shortly after 2:30pm on October 25th, Southwest Precinct officers responded to a call about three men stripping a gray sedan in the 1700 block of Southwest Holly… [ Keep reading ]

Police Arrest Two, Recover Gun After Spotting Suspects Driving Stolen Car With Open Trunk

Police arrested two men and recovered a car and a handgun stolen in Oregon after the suspects drew the attention of officers by driving around with their trunk open. Officers first noticed the suspects around 9:30 PM near 10th Avenue and Dearborn Street and prepared to stop their Ford Crown Victoria… [ Keep reading ]

Officers Seize Handgun from Convicted Felon on Beacon Hill

Officers arrested a convicted felon and seized a handgun early Wednesday following a traffic stop on Beacon Hill. Around 1 AM, officers spotted a man driving a Toyota sedan without its front license plate in the 900 block of Sturgus Avenue South and attempted to pull the driver over. Instead… [ Keep reading ]

Detectives Investigating North Seattle Homicide, Suspect in Custody

Seattle Police Officers arrested a 41-year-old man for homicide Sunday night, in connection with an incident earlier this month. On October 9th, the suspect assaulted a 61-year-old man who attempted to intervene in a domestic dispute in the 700 block of North 143rd Street. On October 23rd, the King County… [ Keep reading ]