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Officer assaulted while investigating fight disturbance, suspect arrested

 On October 25th,  at a few minutes before midnight,  West Precinct bicycle  officers responded to an assault incident in the 100  Block of University. A group of 4-5 male  teens had assaulted a lone victim, knocking him unconscious.  The suspects were last seen fleeing eastbound  on University.  That victim was transported to the hospital. While… [ Keep reading ]

Possible robbery prevented, gun recovered, one arrested near Seattle Center

On October 25th at approximately 1:30 A.M., officers responded to the area of 5th Ave/Broad Street in  response to a caller reporting a robbery at a business.  The suspects had reportedly fled southbound on 5th Ave in an older red Cadillac.  While checking the area, a patrol sergeant located three subjects who… [ Keep reading ]

Early morning shooting in International District, injuries life-threatening

On October 25th at approximately 1:50 AM, officers responded to a report of multiple shots fired in a parking lot of a business in the 500 Block of Maynard Ave S.  The suspects and the victims left the area in their respective vehicles and were gone when officers arrived.  However, the victim and his friends went immediately to Harborview… [ Keep reading ]

West Pct. ACT observes assault, arrests suspects

On October 25th around 12:42 A.M., West Precinct Anti-Crime Team (ACT) officers were flagged down by a victim in the  500 Block of  Mercer St.  The victim appeared to be in shock and bleeding from the mouth.  The victim stated he was assaulted and robbed by a group of juvenile males.  As the officers… [ Keep reading ]

Robbery suspect apprehended after short pursuit

On October 22nd at around 2:38 AM,  West Precinct officers responded to the area of 2nd and Bell Street where there were reports of two shots being fired.  Officers arrived and located a male with a gun shot wound to his hand.       The shooting victim reported that approximately 3 men approached him and his brother. … [ Keep reading ]

Mayor unveils new “Speed Van”

SEATTLE – Mayor Greg Nickels, Councilmember Nick Licata, and Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske unveiled the city’s new “speed van” at Gatewood Elementary School in southwest Seattle. The speed van’s photo radar tool will help enhance safety in school zones. The principal intent of this pilot project is to test how… [ Keep reading ]

Disturbance with gun in Pioneer Square, suspect arrested

On October 18th at 11:15 P.M., officers responded to a weapons call at South Washington Street and 2nd Ave S.  The victim reported that a man had pointed a handgun at him during a verbal dispute and driven away in a white Chevy Silverado pickup truck with Texas plates.  While responding to the call,… [ Keep reading ]

Harbor officers rescue man on Lake Union

On October 18th at about 1:30 PM,  Seattle Police Harbor Unit officers conducted  a rescue on Lake Union.  Harbor received a radio call regarding an overturned sailboat in the 1200 blk of Westlake Av N.  Patrol Boat 8 responded  and discovered an overturned kayak with a woman in a kayak standing by with it.  She explained… [ Keep reading ]

Serious stabbing on Lower Queen Anne

On October 17th  at 11:22 P.M., 911 received a call of a person who had been stabbed at 5 Avenue West and West Roy Street.  West Precinct officers arrived and found the male victim with deep stab wounds to his left shoulder and back. The victim told officers he didn’t know… [ Keep reading ]

Robbery in Magnolia

On October 17th at 11:21 AM, officers responded to a call of a Strong Arm Robbery that just occurred in the 3700 Block of 25th Place West, involving a  gun and the victim being pistol whipped.  The call stated that five black males ages  18 to 20  had just left on foot south bound from that location…. [ Keep reading ]