- October Hill street robbery suspects identified: Following one suspect in the incident turning herself into police, police continue to search for her alleged accomplices in this October 13th street robbery at E Olive St and Bellevue.
The suspects were identified as they allegedly used the victim’s credit cards following the crime. Details on the suspects were released to a television program that features Washington fugitives from justice:
Detectives say they interviewed the suspect about her role in an October 13th robbery that occurred near Bellevue Ave. E. and E. Olive. In that case, the victim was confronted by three suspects and her cell phone and wallet were taken. The suspects later used the victim’s credit card at various locations after the robbery and images of the suspects were captured on business cameras.
If you have any information about the suspects, call 911.
CHS is looking into the status of the legal proceedings against the female suspect who turned herself in.
- 12th/Jeff gunfire: Seattle Police responded to a report of gunfire early Monday morning around 1:20 at 12th and Jefferson near Waid’s nightclub. According to police, the gunfire was reportedly directed at security staff of “a nearby business” who had been standing on the sidewalk at the time. Nobody was hit by the gunfire. The suspect vehicle was described only as a dark colored SUV. Police are investigating the incident. Police are also investigating a gunfire incident in a reported attempted robbery on Broadway early Sunday morning.
- CD roof jumping burglar: Police arrested two burglary suspects in an incident near 21st and E Alder Friday night that involved one of the men jumping from roof to roof in a failed effort to escape capture. King County’s Guardian 1, which provides air support to SPD, captured the chase on video:
- DUI sentence: Olivar owner Philippe Thomelin pleaded guilty and received a suspended sentence of one day in jail and a fine in the DUI case stemming from his August arrest at 12th and Pine. Thomelin’s attorney tells CHS the proceedings ended as a “no test” case after the judge ruled the legal parameters for blood alcohol testing of the 44-year-old Thomelin had not been met. Police say Thomelin smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech and failed a series of field sobriety tests after he was pulled over for speeding and veering out of his lane on 12th Ave.