Thurs., May 3, 1:15 p.m., 200 block Stewart St.,
Alley to N. A transient Black male aged 51 was contacted for trespassing in an alcove to the back door of an unnamed business on Stewart St. A routine name check found an outstanding warrant, which was verified. Suspect was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Thurs., May 3, 3:30 p.m., Third Ave.
Officer was dispatched to an address on Third Ave. to investigate a report of an assault and was informed the suspect had left the scene. When he got to the location he found another officer had detained the suspect, a transient Black male aged 57, and was speaking with him. The reporting officer waited for the complainant/victim to arrive and spoke to them. Complainant arrived and stated that the suspect was trying to lay down his blanket to get ready to sleep in the doorway of his business, and the complainant advised him not to do that. The suspect then got up and punched the complainant in the left shoulder with a closed right fist. Complainant stated that the suspect then raised a can of soda as if to throw it at him and then walked away. The other officer stated that he had spoken to the suspect, who told him that the Seattle Police were following him every day wherever he goes. He also said that an unknown woman injects him with a drug worth $100,000, which makes a tulip grow out of his back. He said he removed the tulip and it left no mark. He stated that he could climb walls and ceilings. The officers called an AMR ambulance, filled out a mental health evaluation form, and the suspect was transported to Harborview Medical Center.
Thurs., May 3, 3:30 p.m., 1900 block Pike St.
Subject, a transient white female aged 44, was observed by officers walking on Pike St. She was known to have an outstanding warrant and was contacted, arrested, and booked into King County Jail.
Thurs., May 3, 4:05 p.m., Western Ave., Victor Steinbrueck Park.
Suspect, a transient Hispanic male aged 28, was observed by officer in Victor Steinbrueck Park, and was known to him as having been previously trespassed from the location. Officer contacted the suspect, and during a routine name check, found that he was under active Department of Corrections (DOC) supervision. A condition of this supervision was that the suspect “remain within or outside of geographical borders as specified.” Before stopping the suspect, the officer contacted his DOC officer and asked about his status. The DOC officer stated that the suspect needed to be arrested because he was supposed to have been deported. The officer stopped the suspect moments later and arrested him. After the arrest the suspect admitted to another parole violation — the consumption of the alcoholic drink Tilt — and was issued a DOC detainer. He was then arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Compiled from incident reports of the Seattle Police Department by Emma Quinn. Got your own experience to relate? Call us at (206) 441-3247 ext. 207 and we’ll get the scoop.