Mon., Feb. 9, 2 p.m., Compass Center, Alaskan Way S. Victim, a transient white male aged 27, reported that he was using the resources at the Compass Center on Alaskan Way when he had his wallet stolen. There were no witnesses to the theft, and no suspect was identified. Victim reported the loss of his ID and Social Security card and other personal information.
Mon., Feb. 9, 4:48 p.m., St. Mark's Cathedral, 10th Ave. A staff counselor at Noel House, a women's shelter, called 911 to report a suicidal female. Officers arrived to see the subject, a transient white female aged 25, walking away from the shelter and across the parking lot. She was visibly upset and demanded to be taken to a hospital for treatment. Seattle Fire Department (SFD) were already on the scene and were following the subject through the parking lot. An ambulance had also arrived, and officers advised the subject to walk over to the ambulance and they would transport her to a hospital. Subject immediately boarded the ambulance and seemed intent on getting to a hospital. Subject was transported to Harborview Medical Center for a mental health assessment.
Tues., Feb. 10, 11 a.m., Fifth Ave. S./S. King St. An officer observed the suspect, a transient white male aged 40, at the southeast corner of Fifth Ave. S. and S. King St. Suspect was happily drinking from a 12-oz can of Four beer. Officer contacted the suspect and obtained his ID. A routine name check showed an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The warrant was verified, suspect was issued a citation for drinking in public, and was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Tues., Feb. 10, 11:24 a.m., Third and Blanchard. Officers on patrol saw a known suspect, a transient Black male aged 36, walking eastbound on First and Bell. When he saw officers he quickly turned around and walked away. The officer recognized suspect from previous encounters and contacted his Department of Corrections (DOC) officer, who stated that suspect should be placed under arrest for failing to report to his mental health appointments as stipulated. Suspect was contacted on Third and Blanchard and was placed under arrest and searched. Nothing was found on him, and when he was asked why he missed his DOC appointment he just shrugged and said, "I know." Suspect was transported to the DOC office on 9th and Virginia where he was given a stipulated agreement and later released.
Tues., Feb. 10, 12:57 p.m., Dexter Ave. N./Mercer St. Officers were dispatched to a report of a male running out into traffic. They arrived to find the subject, a transient white male aged 46, walking into lanes of traffic waving a sign. The sign was illegible. Subject was noted to be soaking wet as it was snowing at the time of contact. He declined any assistance and stated he would be moving along.