Police found a man with a knife wound to his back Sunday night on 11th Ave but the victim provided few initial details of the attack. Medics were called to 11th and E Howell just after 10 PM after the bleeding man in his 50s contacted police near Cal Anderson Park, according to East Precinct radio dispatches. Officers found the scene of the attack nearby on 11th but were not able to immediately gather suspect information from the uncooperative victim. The victim’s injuries were not life threatening, according to radio dispatches. A man involved in an incident reported earlier in the night was detained near the scene of the stabbing but not immediately arrested. A woman was taken into custody on a separate warrant arrest.
East Precinct Blotter
Hot Mama’s vandalized: A weekend Reddit post documents an eyewitness account of what reportedly happened when a hungry patron was denied a hot slice at last call early Sunday morning:
It was about 2:30 this morning. Mama’s was closing and serving the last of the night’s pizza. Chick’s friend got a slice and she didn’t and got pissed. Started banging on the windows, yelling and swearing. Staff told her to leave and she just kept yelling. Eventually threw a chair against the window and ran off in a huff.
SPD was dispatched but the report on the incident is not yet available.
- City Market stabbing update: The police report has been released for last week’s stabbing incident on E Olive Way in which a man entered City Market after he was stabbed on the street outside following a dispute with a suspect who managed to escape the area. According to witnesses, the victim had been yelling at somebody outside the market when he was attacked: The victim’s injuries were not life threatening. There were no immediate arrests in the case.
- Bellevue Ave car fire: Seattle Fire responded to a reported car fire in the 1800 block of Bellevue Sunday just after 11 PM. No word on what lead to the incident. Seattle Fire did not dispatch the marshal to investigate indicating the blaze was not considered suspicious.
- ‘Creepy Cameraman’: A man shooting video on E Madison last week appears to have the same MO as a privacy advocate labelled the “Creepy Cameraman” by local media.
- 11th Ave E burglars make themselves at home: The victim in a brazen burglary over the weekend — including an unauthorized showering — has shared details with CHS and is offering a reward to get his things back:
On late Friday night (Sept 20th)/early Saturday morning, a group of apparent drug addicts broke into XXX 11th Ave E while I was away overseas. They appear to have helped themselves to a meal in my kitchen, enjoyed a nice hot shower in my bathroom, smoked some cigarettes… and then stole the consumer electronics, tearing through the contents of dozens of boxes in storage in my basement, leaving their contents strewn all over the floor in one giant mess.Shortly afterwards, a number of downtown Seattle stores were visited beginning at 1:00 PM using AmEx credit cards stolen from the house. These stores included Sephora, Target, Diesel USA, Bartell’s, and Walgreen’s. We are now working with these stores to obtain their video records for police investigation.
Stolen items include:
- · Brompton M6L folding bicycle (sage green color)
- · Computers:
o 24” iMac (2009 model), serial #W8905TS70TG. Has small indentation in upper-left. May appear with:
§ Keyboard: Kinesis Maxim
§ Mouse: Humanscale “Switch” mouse
o White Macbook (2006 model), serial #4H6249MVU9B
- · 42” Panasonic flat screen TV
- · DYMO Labelwriter 450 Turbo & Brother QL-570 label printers
- · Xbox 360 w/250 gig HD
- · Casio Pathfinder wristwatch (PAG-240)
- · Gift Cards:
o Nordstrom’s: $100 gift card
o Sky Nursery: $250 gift card
- · Lots of stuff that made no sense to steal: power adapters, memory cards, DAT tapes, Logitech Z680 satellite speakers, etc.
Drug paraphernalia (belonging to the robbers, not the resident ;-) was found in the house.
- The case of the missing skeleton hand: Finally, this report from last week in the 1600 block of Melrose comes just in time for early Halloween spookiness: