- An attacker dragged a bleeding man to the front steps of a Capitol Hill building and stomped on his head during an attack sparked by the victim taking too long to give him money, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A witness alerted police to the fight February 28 after seeing three people attacking the man near 10th Ave and E John, leaving the man with a concussion, severe cuts to his head, a possible broken jaw and sore ribs.
The man lost consciousness during the attack, but was eventually able to tell police what happened.
While walking along Broadway and E Olive Way just after 9 PM, the victim said he passed a large group of homeless kids sitting under an awning, according to the police report. As he walked by, two males and a female began talking with him and asked him for money, according to police.
Police say the man agreed and was searching for his money when the three transients began to complain about how long he was taking. Frustrated with their attitudes, the man told them he just wouldn’t give them any money, causing the transients to get angry, according to police.
The three youths then began chasing the man up E John Street where they caught him and beat him until he fell to the ground. One of the transients then dragged the man over to a set of stairs, laid his head on the edge and stomped on it, while yelling, “Give me all of your money!” according to police.
Police say the man, who was bleeding heavily, lost consciousness during the attack and was muttering unintelligible sentences when they arrived.
The victim described his attackers as two white males and a female but couldn’t give police much to go on:
The first white male is approximately 6’1, Fu Manchu style beard, light colored clothes. The second male could only be describes as having dark hair and being short. The female is described as a young blonde female wearing her hair in a pony tail.
If you witnessed the attack last Thursday night, call 911 if you can provide more information.
- : A man was arrested Wednesday afternoon after freaking out Seattle University law students with his actions after wandering into their classroom:
Man Arrested After Disturbance at Seattle University
Officers arrest a man for trespassing after he caused a disturbance during a class at Seattle University today.
At approximately 1:19 p.m. officers responded to a 911 call of a disturbance involving a suspicious man who had entered a Seattle University classroom (while class was in session) and proceeded to disrupt the class. The suspect began talking incoherently and turned over tables and other classroom furniture. Seattle University (SU) security responded to the classroom and told the suspect to leave. Security escorted the suspect out of the building and off campus. No students or staff were injured during the disturbance.
Upon officers’ arrival in the area the suspect was being followed by SU security at 10th Avenue and East Union Street. Officers contacted the suspect and took him into custody without further incident. Seattle Police believe that mental illness may have contributed to the man’s unlawful conduct.
The suspect, a 38-year-old male, was subsequently booked into the King County Jail for Criminal Trespassing.