Mon., June 16, 11:01 p.m., Eighth Ave. and Virginia St.
At 10:55, the officer observed a 29-year-old Native American transient sleeping on the property at the front doors of the West Precinct. When the officer returned to the location, the suspect was still sleeping next to the front doors. The officer told the suspect that he was trespassing and needed to leave the area. Suspect stated that he was not going to leave and the officer warned him that he will be arrested for trespassing if he does not leave the location. Suspect stood up and said he was not leaving because he wanted to go to jail. The officer escorted him from the property, but the suspect walked back up the sidewalk and toward the front doors. Suspect was arrested for trespassing.
Wed., July 2, 3:17 a.m., Western Ave.
An officer on emphasis patrol downtown conducted a walk-through of Victor Steinbrueck Park. He contacted the suspect, a transient Black male aged 40, sleeping in the park. The park is closed until 6 a.m. A routine name check revealed an outstanding warrant, and suspect was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Wed., July 2, 10:10 p.m., S. Washington St.
Suspect, a transient Black female aged 37, was observed smoking marijuana with two other individuals by a bus stop. A strong odor of marijuana was coming from their direction. Suspect was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Fri., July 18, 10:27 p.m., Second Ave.
Suspect, a transient white male aged 63, was observed by officers standing in a pay parking lot just north of the 155 block of Second Ave. The lot is clearly marked "No Trespassing" and "For Customers Only." Suspect had several bags with him, and when asked by officers if he had a car in the lot replied "No." Since the officers now believed that the suspect was trespassing they verbally obtained ID and ran his name via radio. Radio came back with an outstanding warrant, and suspect was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Sun., July 20, 9:43 p.m., Third Ave.
Officer was dispatched to remove a suspect sitting in front of a building that he had been repeatedly trespassed from in the past. Complainant stated that he knew the suspect had sat in front of the doorway all night in the past, and had asked him to move earlier in the day and the suspect had refused. Officer arrived and ordered suspect, a transient white male aged 29, to move, but he was unresponsive. A computer check revealed a previous trespass admonishment from the same location in July. It was entered into evidence. Suspect was arrested and booked into King County Jail for trespass.
Mon., Aug. 4, 2:09 p.m., S. Washington St.
Officer was dispatched to a report of a suicidal male. Subject, a transient white male aged 28, stated that he was suicidal, had taken heroin, and intended to cut his wrists. An ambulance transported subject to Harborview for an evaluation.