- Overdose rescue: Seattle Fire and responding SPD units were able to help revive a person suffering an apparent overdose in Cal Anderson Park Sunday afternoon. The emergency call went out just before 1 PM that a male who was unconscious and unresponsive after he reportedly “smoked spice” was receiving citizen CPR on the Bobby Morris playfield. The patient was revived by responding medics and transported to Harborview. We do not have additional information on his condition.
— Tiffany Fetters (@tiffany95356) June 3, 2018
- 18th/Pike armed robbery: Police searched the area around 18th and Pike after a reported gunpoint robbery early Sunday morning. Officers met the victim at a nearby convenience store after a bag, wallet, and phone were ripped off at gunpoint around 12:30 AM Saturday. The suspects were described as a black male in his early 20s, wearing a light gray hoodie with the hood up, dark pants. He was accompanied by a a black female in her late teens, hair in bun, and wearing a bright red and pink jacket, and a bright backpack. The male reportedly brandished a silver handgun during the robbery. There were no immediate arrests.
- Shouting man gets punched, then arrested: A man was arrested for potential bias crimes after he was punched in the face while reportedly swinging around a no parking sign and shouting racial slurs in a Saturday, June 2nd incident at 10th and Pine. Police were called to the area of the disturbance around 5 PM and could not locate the passerby who socked the shouting man in the face but did give chase to the yelling suspect who fled while he was being treated by Seattle Fire. The man was taken into custody and the case has been referred to the city attorney, per SPD records.
- Bouncer jumped: Seattle Police investigated a Saturday, May 26th incident after being called to an assault at 10th and Pike just after 1:30 AM and finding a man on the ground with blood coming from the back of his head and nose. The victim was not cooperative, police say, but witnesses said he worked as security at a nearby nightspot but was off work that night and out drinking when he was jumped by two suspects and knocked out. The victim was treated by Seattle Fire at the scene and taken to Harborview for the laceration on his head. There were no arrests.
- Midday burglary suspect arrested: Police arrested a rather nonchalant burglary suspect after he was allegedly caught in the act of a midday break-in near 30th and Harrison:
The suspect didn’t offer up the best defense:
He was arrested and booked into jail for investigation of burglary.
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