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Detectives Investigating After Man Shot at Alki Beach

Update: 2/6/2020- After the initial investigation, Gang detectives were able to identify and arrest the 21-year-old suspect Wednesday in Snohomish County. He was later booked into the King County Jail for investigation of assault. This remains an active and on-going investigation. Detectives are investigating after a 21-year-old man was shot… [ Keep reading ]

Officers Arrest Man, Seize Handgun After Finding Driver Slumped Over in Running Vehicle

Officers arrested a 23-year-old man and recovered a handgun and smallamounts of narcotics Tuesday after they found a man slumped over in running vehicle in West Seattle alleyway. Shortly after 2:30 PM, police responded to a report of a man slumped over in running white, orange, and black Honda Civic,… [ Keep reading ]

Detectives Arrest Two in a Series of Armed Robberies

On Friday, December 6th, detectives from Seattle Police Department’s Robbery Unit and the King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) Major Crimes Unit, arrested an 18-year-old male and a 17-year-old male at two separate locations in West Seattle.  It is believed that the two suspects arrested are responsible for approximately a dozen… [ Keep reading ]

(UPDATED) Detectives Investigating After Man Shot and Wounded in West Seattle Robbery

Detectives have obtained surveillance footage of the robbery which preceded Monday’s shooting, and are now seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect. If you recognize him, please call the SPD Robbery Unit at 206 684 5535 or 911. Originally posted 12/2: SPD robbery detectives are investigating after a man… [ Keep reading ]

Police Arrest Teens For Highpoint Carjacking

Police arrested two teens after they carjacked a woman in the Highpoint neighborhood on Saturday afternoon. A woman was driving through the Highpoint neighborhood in the 7100 block of 32 Ave Southwest at 12:50 pm Saturday when two teenage boys got into her running vehicle. The two teens then assaulted… [ Keep reading ]

Detectives Investigating Shooting in South Delridge

Gang Unit detectives are handling the investigation following a shooting that occurred Friday evening in the South Delridge neighborhood. The victim, a 19-year-old female, was transported to the hospital with a non life-threatening gunshot wound. At approximately 6:40 pm, Southwest Precinct officers were dispatched to a reported shooting in the… [ Keep reading ]

Update: Arrest Made in South Park Homicide

Update 11/7: Homicide detectives have worked tirelessly since the fatality shooting that occurred in South Park on November 3rd. A person of interest and a vehicle were identified as part of the investigation. In the early morning hours of November 7th, the suspect vehicle was located in the city of… [ Keep reading ]

Officers Make Narcotics Arrest While Checking on Alarm in South Park

Officers arrested a 21-year-old convicted felon Monday evening while investigating a commercial alarm in South Park. Southwest Precinct officers were dispatched to a commercial building alarm in the 8800 block of 14th Avenue South just before 5:00 pm. The officers were on foot, checking the exterior of the building when… [ Keep reading ]

(Updated) Detectives Investigating After North Admiral Fight Ends In Officer-Involved Shooting

Update 2:56 PM: Detectives with the SPD Violent Crimes section and Force Investigations Team continue to investigate an overnight officer-involved shooting. A plainclothes officer working in the 2600 2300 block of California Avenue Southwest witnessed a fight in an alley and attempted to intervene.  At least one of the participants… [ Keep reading ]

West Seattle Bridge Reopens Following Morning Truck Crash

A large commercial dump truck collided with, and then came to a rest on top of, a jersey barrier on the West Seattle Bridge, impacting traffic for much of Tuesday morning and afternoon. City agencies closed several lanes on the bridge and removed the truck by late-morning, reopening the bridge… [ Keep reading ]