Thurs., Feb. 4, 10:20 p.m., East Galer Street. Victim, a transient female, stated she was talking to the female suspect under I-5 at East Galer and they shared some beer. Suspect then asked if victim was seeing a certain man and victim denied it. Suspect then accused victim of being in her part of the Jungle, and said she has been staying in the area for some time and it was the victim that did not belong. Suspect began to assault her by hitting her in the head with her closed fists and victim fell to the ground in an attempt to protect herself. Suspect kicked her in the head four times, then left the scene and was last seen walking towards the dog park near I-5. An area check was negative. Victim was treated at the scene by Seattle Fire Department. She had numerous bumps on her head, a swollen lip, eye and cheekbone and was transported to Harborview Medical Center for further attention.
Thurs., Feb. 4, 12:45 a.m., First Avenue Northeast Officer was dispatched to a report of an assault. He contacted the victim who stated that he had been at the homeless camp located on First Ave. N.E. when a trespassed female returned. Officer had contacted the suspect about an hour earlier and had trespassed her from the camp at the request of the camp supervisor, as she had been throwing objects at people. When the suspect returned to the camp, victim said to her that she wasn't welcome there anymore. When he looked away the suspect hit him in the back of the head with a closed fist. No injuries were visible. Suspect was located at the scene and was very intoxicated, and stated that she had hit the victim because he called her a bitch. Several people witnessed the incident, and suspect was arrested for assault and trespass and booked into King County Jail.
Sun., Feb, 7, 2:12 p.m., Roosevelt Way Northeast. Officers responded to a report of a transient male inside a store harassing a transient female. Suspect arrived on the scene and contacted the victim who said that she had boarded a Metro bus in downtown Seattle. The suspect, whom she had met at a community church meal program, got on the bus and sat in the seat behind her. She moved to another seat, then got off the bus at Northgate. Suspect got off at the same stop and followed her inside a store. He grabbed the victim's bag and threw it at the employees behind the counter. One of the employees called 911, and suspect left the store. Victim was not injured in the incident, and suspect was not located at the scene.