Wed., Sept. 10, 9:55 p.m., Fourth Ave. S/S. Spokane St. Victim, a Black female aged 45, flagged down officer at Fourth Ave. S. and Spokane St. She reported that she had been at Angeline's Women's Shelter and her ex-lover had approached her and said she was going to go down to Fourth Ave., where victim's vehicle was located, and bust out all the windows. Victim stated she got on a bus and rode to where her car was parked and found the right rear passenger window busted out. Victim stated that suspect was actively using drugs, and that is why their relationship ended. She said suspect has been following her around and trying to create a disturbance when she sees victim talking to other women. Victim went through the vehicle and nothing seemed to be missing. She stated she wanted to get a No Contact order -- officer gave her a case number and explained the process.
Thurs., Sept. 18, 2:12 p.m., Broadway Ave. Officer on patrol saw suspect, a transient Black male aged 54, and recognized him from previous encounters. Suspect was standing in the doorway of the Imperial Grocery. Officer had issued suspect a trespass admonishment from this location on Sept. 12 -- suspect had refused to sign the admonishment. When suspect saw the patrol car he immediately left the doorway and walked away northbound. Officer contacted him and took him into custody for criminal trespass. He was transported to the precinct and issued a new trespass admonishment. He was then booked into King County Jail.
Thurs., Sept. 18, 2:26 p.m., Rainier Ave. S. Officers were checking the Department of Transportation (DOT) property adjacent to the I-90 on-ramp from the southbound lanes of Rainier Ave S. They had just made contact with two individuals who were illegally camping in the DOT property when they heard another individual moving in the trees directly behind them. One officer followed, and observed suspect, a transient white male aged 46, jumping down onto the on-ramp. Officer yelled at suspect to stop and show his hands. Suspect stopped on the on-ramp with his hands behind his back. Officer yelled at him to get on the ground. Suspect stared at him and did not follow his command, but moved his hand enough for the officer to see he was not carrying a weapon. He was moved onto the on-ramp and arrested without incident. He was later found to have an outstanding warrant, and was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Sun., Sept. 21, 4:38 p.m., Seattle Motor Inn, Aurora Ave. N. Suspect, a transient white female aged 29, was seen loitering on the steps of a motel located on Aurora Ave. N., and was trespassing at the location. They had observed her wandering in the area earlier in the day, and making contact with an unknown male. They believed that she was engaged in prostitution activity, and made contact and asked her if she was staying at the motel or lived in the area. She said no to both questions, and could not identify the male she was walking with earlier. They conducted a routine name check, and found she had an outstanding warrant. This was verified, and she was arrested and booked into King County Jail.