Wed., Feb. 11, 2:04 p.m., Terry Ave. N. Complainant, a security guard at Rosetta Inpharmatics on Terry Ave., called 911 to report that victim was camped outside the business and refused to leave. He stated that Seattle Fire Department medics responded to the scene and attempted to take victim, a transient African American female aged 53, to the hospital. She refused to leave with them, and ran and hid in a doorway behind some plants on the north side of the business. Officer arrived and located the victim. She was lying on the concrete between the window and the planter, exposed to the elements. She was using her coat as a blanket and was wearing only light blue hospital scrubs and her shoes. She had some dirty clothes inside a plastic shopping bag, and was shivering heavily. Her skin was ashen in appearance. Officer was able to identify her by the hospital bracelet on her arm, however it did not have a hospital name, and police radio was unable to locate anyone with that name at Harborview medical center. Victim's responses were slow and delayed due to her mental state, and she was unable to name the hospital she had been treated at. She was placed into the patrol car to keep warm, and stated she had not eaten for two days. She said she had been released from the hospital with an unknown blood disease, and was still wearing a dried bloody bandage on her left forearm. She could not provide the name of any relatives, friends, nursing homes or medical facilities, and was still lethargic and delayed in her responses. Officer decided to have her involuntarily committed to Harborview for a mental health evaluation, and she was transported to the hospital by ambulance.
Wed., Feb. 11, 3:17 p.m., First Ave./Wall St. An officer on bike patrol spotted suspect, a transient white male aged 32, about to urinate in the alley in the area of First and Wall. Suspect was contacted and identified, and officers found he was on active probation with the Department of Corrections (DOC) and they contacted his parole officer. The parole officer found suspect to be in violation, and advised officers to place him under arrest. Suspect was arrested and transported to the DOC office.
Wed., Feb. 11, 3:58 p.m., Third Ave. Officers were dispatched to investigate a report of an assault on Third Ave. Upon arrival they located the victim, a transient white female aged 20, who stated that she had just been slapped by another female who had since fled the scene. Victim stated that the previous day she had been assaulted by her ex-boyfriend, who had been trying to get her to solicit sex for money but she declined. Victim believes that it is the ex-boyfriend who was responsible for having the suspect today, along with other females, assault her. She stated that today she was assaulted on a street corner by an unknown female who grabbed her by the arms and punched her in the right eye. Officer observed bruises on her arms, but no marks on her face. He took photographs of the injuries and turned them in as evidence. Officer gave the victim a case number and offered her a ride out of the area. She declined, saying she had a new boyfriend who she felt could protect her. Victim interview was recorded on officer's in-car equipment. Officer also contacted the ex-boyfriend's DOC officer and had a warrant issued for his arrest.