Sun., Sept. 7, 12:03 p.m., Third Ave. S.
On listed time and date officers responded to a report of a disturbance on the 300 block of Third Ave. involving subject, a transient Black male aged 30. After the minor disturbance was resolved subject stated that he would like to file a report of identity theft. Subject related that he relocated to Seattle from Louisiana after the Hurricane Katrina disaster, and had been attempting to renew the documents that he had lost during the event. He said that the IRS had just notified him that an unknown person had possibly used his Social Security number and identity for fraudulent activity. Subject stated he was not aware of any financial losses or other criminal activity committed with his personal information. He was given a case number.
Sun., Sept. 7, 5:03 p.m., Boren Ave.
Officer responded to the Sobering Center on Boren where the victim, a transient white female aged 53, was waiting. She stated she had met the suspect, a Black male unknown to her, on the sidewalk in the area of Third Ave. and Virginia St. They both agreed to walk to the suspect's apartment to smoke crack cocaine. Suspect led her to an apartment building on lower Queen Anne where he made a tinfoil crack pipe and pretended to load it with cocaine. Victim stated that there was no cocaine in the pipe to smoke. Suspect then took off his clothes and forced victim to have sex with him against her will several times over the next few hours. She was able to get away, and fled the apartment, leaving some of her belongings behind. She stated that she then boarded a Metro bus and rode around for a few hours, before getting back to her residence at the Harbor House shelter on Virginia St. Victim refused medical aid and refused to go to Harborview Medical Center for a rape kit.
Wed., Sept. 17, 7:53 p.m., University Way NE.
An officer working bicycle patrol saw suspect, a transient white male aged 20, placing two 23.5 oz cans of Four Loco, an alcoholic beverage containing 11 percent alcohol, into the pockets of his cargo pants. Officer has had multiple contacts with the suspect before as he is a local transient. Officer was also aware that suspect was not yet 21 years old. Officer recovered the alcohol and asked where suspect had obtained it -- he stated a friend had given it to him. Both cans were still sealed, and were discarded. Officer informed suspect that it was illegal for him to consume or possess alcohol until he was 21 and that a report would be written. Suspect was then released.