Fri., May 1, 5:00 p.m., Third Ave. According to victim, a transient black female aged 53, was sitting inside the Downtown Emergency Women's Shelter on Third Ave waiting to get in. She had her two suitcases sitting next to her. She stated she went to the store next door to get cigarettes, and left her suitcases inside the shelter. When she returned a few minutes later her suitcases were gone. There were no witnesses, and when victim attempted to report the robbery she said the shelter would not let her use the phone. All of her belongings were inside the cases.
Sat., May 2, 9:13 a.m., Battery St./Western Ave. Victim, a transient white male aged 52, reported that he was standing on the sidewalk on Western Ave., intending to find a day labor job. He said the suspects, a male and female unknown to him, arrived in their car and parked north of him. The female suspect approached him, hugged him, and asked him about drugs. She stuck her hand in his left front pants pocket, and grabbed the cash he had in there. Victim chased after the suspect and tried to grab her by the coat, but the male suspect chased him off. The two suspects then got back into their car, and drove off northbound.
Sat., May 2, 1:30 p.m., Sixth Ave. NW. Officers were dispatched to the 8500 block of Greenwood Ave to meet with the victim of an assault. They arrived and found Seattle Fire Department already on the scene treating the victim, a transient white male aged 32. He was holding an ice pack to the left side of his face. Victim stated he was walking along Sixth Ave NW when a car pulled up next to him. The passenger got out of the vehicle and said "Hey, you!" The suspect then threw a large rock at the victim, striking him on the left side of the face. Suspect then got back into the car and drove away. Victim walked to Greenwood Ave and used a payphone to call 911. Victim had a large 'goose egg' lump on his left cheek, and was transported to Harborview by ambulance. An area check for the suspect was negative.
Sat., May 2, 11:10 p.m., Cherry St. Officers on patrol drove into a parking garage located on Cherry St. The lot is City of Seattle property, and is clearly marked 'No Trespassing.' They saw the two suspects lying on the ground wrapped in sleeping bags and blankets, asleep. Officers contacted the men, and one of the suspects was identified and issued a one year written trespass admonishment card and released. The second suspect, a transient white male aged 47 was also identified, and officers recognized his name as he had been trespassed from this lot in the past. Suspect was asked about this, and admitted he had been contacted in the past by police in the same parking lot. He said he did not know he had been trespassed. The trespass admonishment was verified via radio, and suspect was placed under arrest. Officers searched the area where the men had been lying, and found a homemade crack pipe and several used syringes, which were destroyed. Officers transported the suspect to the King County Jail, where he was declined due to medical issues. He was then transported to Harborview Medical Center to receive the treatment he needed, and was told that when he was released he would need to have the medical staff transport him to the jail. Suspect stated he understood and was released to the care of Harborview.