- the December 13th butter knife attack inside the Broadway/Pine Walgreens that left one man with a nasty cut to the face. The victim appeared in CHS comments saying he ended up with a few stitches from the attack that left many cowering in fear inside the pharmacy as Hobbs allegedly threatened passersby. A King County District Court judge has found probable cause to hold 35-year-old Andre Hobbs on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and reckless endangerment in
- this early November SPD raid on 12th Ave remains free and has not yet been charged with a crime. Police have said the 12th Ave home was part of a “major stolen property trafficking operation.” : The man arrested and subsequently released “pending filing of charges” after
- this mad dash across I-5 has been charged for the crime. 32-year-old Schylar West has been charged with residential burglary for the November 16th break-in at a Bellevue Ave E apartment. The suspect arrested after being forced to drop his goods at gunpoint while being chased down by a ripped-off homeowner and then making
His 20-feet leap onto the roadway injured West badly enough to require extended hospitalization. West has past convictions for escape, robbery and assault as well as burglary.
- : Broadway’s Perfect Copy & Print suffered a break-in early last Thursday morning that left the business with a busted door and destroyed cash register:
- Police investigated an alleged malicious harassment incident at E Olive Way’s Crescent Tavern last Tuesday night after a woman yelled and made threats against two employees taking a break outside the bar. The yelling woman could not be located by police.
- Bad Santa: This downtown Santa indecent exposure story has an unfortunate local Capitol Hill angle. Same guy got busted earlier in the week at 13th and Madison for lewd conduct.
- Capitol Hill drug crimes: We looked at the data behind drug-related criminal incidents in Pike/Pine.
- SPD HR says past pot use OK: Want to be a cop? SPD is “is softening its restrictions on past pot use by men and women applying to be police officers.”