Thurs., April 2,, 1:41 a.m., Yale Ave. Officers were dispatched to a report of an assault in progress. Upon arrival they contacted the victim, a transient Native American female aged 41, who was extremely intoxicated. Victim stated that her boyfriend pushed her to the ground and hit her head on the pavement multiple times. She stated this occurred under the overpass. Victim was uncooperative and tried to walk away several times during the interview. She would not give a description of the suspect, and stated she just wanted to go to sleep. The complainant who had called 911 stated he was walking home on Denny Way and heard shouting. He looked over the edge of the overpass and observed the suspect standing over the victim, who was lying on her back on the ground below. Suspect was holding onto her jacket and shaking her. Suspect walked away, and complainant stood by the victim until officers arrived. Seattle Fire department arrived, but victim refused medical attention. Officers conducted an area check, but suspect was not located. Victim was picked up by Detox.
Fri., April 3,, 4:56 p.m., NE Boat St/Brooklyn Ave N. The complainant, a Metro bus driver, called 911 to report a suicidal male on his bus. The bus was on a layover on NE Boat St. and Brooklyn Ave., and subject was contacted while still on the bus. The subject, a transient black male aged 33, was upset, and talked about looking for his father, and about being kidnapped as a child and forced to endure pain and hardship in the Caribbean. The subject stated he could not remember his real name, but only his slave name. He also said he was suicidal. A prescription bottle from Western State Hospital was found on the subject's person. This name was entered into the police computer, and was located along with many other names the subject had used. An ambulance was called and subject was transported to Harborview for a mental health evaluation.
Mon., April 6, 1:40 p.m., S. Weller St. Officers on patrol saw suspects, a transient Native American male and female aged 27, sitting on a retaining wall by a medical clinic that was posted "No Trespassing." They were contacted and ID'd, and a records check showed that both were active with the Department of Corrections. Officers contacted their DOC officers and informed them of the situation. The male suspect had an open can of Bud Ice beer in his jacket, and it appeared both were intoxicated. The DOC officer told police to place both suspects under arrest for DOC violations (consuming/possessing alcohol), and officers transported the suspects to the DOC office. Both suspects were administered blood tests, and the male was found to have a blood alcohol level of 0.22. Suspect was booked into King County Jail for parole violations. The female suspect was released after signing a stipulated agreement.