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- Street robberies: The Shell gas station at Broadway and Pike was the center of trouble on the streets of Pike/Pine early Saturday morning. Police were called to the station parking lot multiple times including a 1:40 AM incident in which four men were reportedly beating another for his cell phone. We’ll see what more we can find out about that reported robbery when more details are available after the weekend. Later in the morning, police were called to the area again after a man said his phone was taken in a street mugging at Broadway and Pine around 3:10 AM. The victim told police his assailant was hanging out on Broadway near the station after the robbery. Officers arrived to find the suspect along with a large group of teens and young males. The suspect was identified by the victim and taken into custody by police.
- Warrant chase: Seattle Police surrounded a Capitol Hill building Friday afternoon after a man wanted on a Grant County warrant ran from an officer. According to East Precinct radio dispatches, a man wanted on a $25,000 DUI warrant was being pursued on foot after being spotted by an officer near Belmont and Pine just before 4 PM. The suspect fled inside a 1600 block Belmont building where he is a resident and the building was quickly surrounded by police. After a search of the building and the nearby area, police finally found the man trying to flee on foot. He was taken into custody around 4:15 PM and booked into jail on the warrant and obstruction.
- Madison car fire: Seattle Fire responded to a car fire on E Madison at Broadway Ct Saturday morning. The noontime incident was handled quickly and no significant injuries were reported.