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Homicide on Capitol Hill

On November 23 at approximately 12:06 A.M. officers responded to a call of shots fired inside a nightclub in the 900 block of Madison Street. Officers arrived on scene and found one male victim with a fatal gunshot wound. The victim was apparently shot inside the club. Homicide, Gang, and… [ Keep reading ]

Occupied Burglary in Queen Anne

On November 22 at 7:28 A.M. officers responded to an apartment complex located near 1 Avenue North and Aloha Street for the report of a burglary. The female victim reported that while she was sleeping an unknown suspect entered her apartment and stole her laptop computer and several other personal items…. [ Keep reading ]

Shooting downtown leaves two wounded

On November 22 at 1:53 A.M. officers responded to a parking lot north of a night club located in the 2200 block of Western Avenue after hearing shots fired. Officers arrived and discovered two gunshot victims. Investigation revealed that multiple shots had been fired. Gang Detectives and Anti-Crime Team Officers responded to… [ Keep reading ]

Shots fired downtown

On November 19th at about 8 PM, an off-duty officer was working at a department store in the 1400 block of 3rd Avenue.  He called in a report that he had heard approximately 6-8 gunshots in the area.  He believed that the shots wee coming from the 1500 block of… [ Keep reading ]

Officer recognized for saving woman’s life

On November 18th, one of our West Precinct officers was recognized and thanked for his excellent work in the precinct and specifically his response to a suicidal woman on the Aurora Bridge one morning on his way home from work.   On November 6th at approximately 5 AM, the off-duty officer observed a woman… [ Keep reading ]

Bank Robbery in West Precinct

On 11/18/08 at approximately 1:50 PM West Precinct Officers responded to a bank robbery in the 600 block of 5th Ave. S.   A suspect entered the Bank and presented a note to a teller demanding cash.  Upon receipt of cash the suspect fled on foot and exited via the front door.  Several possible suspects were stopped but… [ Keep reading ]

Serial robber captured

Since October 28th a lone male was believed to be responsible for eight armed robberies.  The first robbery victim was a taxicab driver.  The remaining incidents occurred at small businesses, usually occupied by a lone female employee.  Most of the incidents occurred in the downtown area but one occurred on Capitol Hill and… [ Keep reading ]

Suspect at large in hit and run collision

On November 16 at approximately 9:31 A.M. a witness reported a two-car collision at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and University Street. One vehicle, a red Honda Civic, ran into the front door of a corner building. Officers arrived and discovered the driver of the Honda had run from the… [ Keep reading ]

BAT Lane education period extended

On October 29th, we indicated that the Seattle Police Traffic Section would be conducting enforcement of Business Access and Transit (BAT) Lane violations along the 15th Avenue West corridor.  This is no longer the case. Public education on these roadway changes will continue, with enforcement of violations to occur at a later… [ Keep reading ]

Scooter collision investigation underway

On November 12th, at approximately 3:11 PM, the victim was driving her scooter northbound in the 1900 block of Westlake Avenue. The victim apparently lost control of the scooter and fell onto the street. When the victim fell, her helmet came off and bounced across the street.  Seattle Fire Medics responded and transported… [ Keep reading ]