Crime & Emergencies in ...
A 3.4 magnitude earthquake struck near Carnation, Washington, with no damages or injuries reported. It was felt in nearby areas and is a reminder of the state's seismic activity.
A minor fire occurred in an elevator control room at the top of the Space Needle in Seattle, with firefighters climbing 90 flights of stairs to extinguish it. There were no injuries or significant damage.
A man was shot in the shoulder after a road rage incident in Seattle's Rainier View neighborhood; the suspects, in a black BMW, fled and remain at large.
Seattle homicide detectives are investigating a suspicious death after a body was found on First Hill, and the cause of death is being determined by the King County Medical Examiner.
Two men were stabbed in Seattle's Central Business District; injuries are non-life-threatening. The suspect is still at large, and police are seeking information.
Seattle Officer Kevin Dave won't face felony charges after striking and killing Jaahnavi Kandula, with the prosecutor citing insufficient evidence for vehicular homicide.
An 18-year-old was shot and injured in a late-night shooting in Seattle's New Holly neighborhood; police are investigating with no suspects identified.
Seattle police arrested a 50-year-old man for DUI, recovering a handgun and ammo from his vehicle. He was found slumped over in his car, with drug paraphernalia and a firearm. He's barred from carrying a firearm and faces related charges.
Armed juveniles crashed a stolen car into a Seattle police cruiser. Minor injuries were reported, and a pistol with an extended magazine was recovered from the wreck. Two kids were arrested for auto theft and firearms charges.
Seattle officer Kevin Dave won't face charges for the fatal collision with Jaahnavi Kandula, after a review found insufficient evidence for a criminal case.
Two people smoking drugs in a Seattle Krispy Kreme bathroom caused an evacuation; a woman was arrested on an outstanding warrant and treated for assault claims.
A stolen car with juveniles crashed in Seattle's Beacon Hill; they had minor injuries and face theft and firearm charges. A gun with an extended magazine was found.
A man from Kent, Washington, Dion Jamar Cooper, pleaded guilty to illegal gun dealing involving over 100 firearms, some linked to local crimes. His associate, De’ondre Phillips, also pleaded guilty to related charges. Sentencing is set for 2024.