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Evans punched the victim repeatedly. Then, while the victim was unconscious, Evans allegedly kicked him in the head. One of the other suspects allegedly hit the victim in the head with a skateboard.
According to police, Evans is known to frequent clubs in the Capitol Hill area and has a distinctive “Skate and Destroy” tattoo on the left side of his head.
The victim, an employee at a Capitol Hill bank, is recovering from his injuries. If you have information about Evans, call 911.
- : Police responded to a reported phone theft late Friday just before midnight finding the first victim had recovered her phone but another victim was engaged in a fight with the suspect nearby. According to the report on the incident, police arrived to find the second victim with a bloodied mouth as the suspect stood in a “fighting stance” near the intersection of E Pike and Broadway. The victim, who the report notes was extremely angry and decline medical attention for his bloodied mouth, told police the suspect approached him and asked to borrow his phone before attempting to steal it by placing the phone in shirt pocket and walking away. When police called the victim’s phone number, a phone began ringing inside the suspect’s pocket. The iPhone was returned to the victim and the suspect was placed under arrest for investigation of robbery.
- Police found an assault and robbery in the 400 block of Harvard Ave E Saturday night involved a sleeper hold, heroin and a dispute over an iPhone sale:
According to the report, the victim in the incident told police the dispute was over an iPhone he had sold the attacker’s friend for $80. Because the phone did not use a SIM card, the phone is not “easily used once the service has been cancelled by the rightful owner,” the report notes. The victim told police the group had tried to make amends by exchanging heroin but that the suspect continued to demand a cash refund. Police also say the victim refused to identify the suspect in a photo line-up.
- looking for witnesses to her June 8th bike crash at 12th and Marion in an incident she says was a dooring but police reported as a fall: This bike rider is
The wreck knocked her out, so her memory of what happened is fuzzy. Without a witness, the police report will place the blame and bills on her.