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Spice Up Your Life: Covington's Top 3 Mexican Dining Destinations
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2 robberies, same getaway car | Auburn police blotter
Auburn police arrested a man for domestic violence assault in Auburn on Feb. 17. Officers responded on Feb. 17 after receiving a report at approximately 9:16 p.m. of an aggravated assault in the 10800 block of Southeast 315th Place. Officers arrested and booked the man on a felony charge of assault in the second degree, according to the department’s public information log.
Maple Valley Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, the place of Maple Valley reported a total of 6 crime cases. The most common crime was theft, accounting for half of the cases, followed by other offenses, which made up a third of the total. Arrests were the least common, with only one case reported. The thefts occurred at various times, with the earliest reported at 4:59 AM on February 17, 2024, and the latest at 10:41 AM on February 19, 2024. Other offenses were reported at 10:41 AM on February 19, 2024, and at 8:51 AM on February 20, 2024. The single arrest was made at 10:41 AM on February 19, 2024. Despite the variety of crimes, the overall number remains relatively low, suggesting a generally safe environment in Maple Valley.
'He lost his soulmate:' Family of woman killed in alleged DUI crash has message about drunk driving
PIERCE COUNTY, Wash. - The Puyallup community is grappling with grief as the Quirino family mourns the tragic loss of 52-year-old Angelica Roberto Campos, a beloved wife, mother, and grandmother who was killed by an alleged drunk driver who was driving on the wrong side of the highway. According to...
Puyallup Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report: 11 Incidents and 12 Crime Stories
Puyallup Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report: 11 Incidents and 12 Crime Stories. During the last week, Puyallup reported a total of 11 crime cases, with the most common being theft, which accounted for nearly 36% of the total cases. The data shows a variety of crime types with four instances of theft, two arrests, and one each of assault, hit & run, trespass, other, and suspicious situation. The "other" category included a case of disorderly conduct involving unlawful bus conduct and public urination. The data also reveals that the crimes occurred at different times of the day, indicating that criminal activities were not concentrated during any particular time period. As the crime rate remains relatively low, residents are urged to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities to local authorities.
Man identified who died of medical emergency in Kent while driving car
An 83-year-old man who died of a medical emergency while driving in Kent has been identified as Carlton J. Nagel. Nagel, of Kent, died of hypertensive and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and the manner of death was natural, according to the King County Medical Examiner’s Office Feb. 23 report. Nagel...
Black Diamond Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Black Diamond reported an alarming total of 13 crime cases. A breakdown of the cases reveals that a majority of the crimes were of a suspicious nature, accounting for 8 out of the total 13 reported incidents. Thefts were the second most common crime, with 3 cases reported. Less frequent but still troubling were incidents of trespass and vandalism, each with 1 case reported. The data indicates a concerning prevalence of suspicious situations, suggesting a potential need for increased vigilance and security measures in the place. Despite the relatively low number of thefts, trespass, and vandalism cases, these incidents underscore the importance of maintaining a robust and proactive approach to crime prevention and law enforcement in Black Diamond.
Police seek 2 jewel theft suspects in Auburn
AUBURN, Wash. - Auburn Police need help identifying two suspected jewel thieves caught on camera. Authorities say the two went into a local store on Feb. 19 and stole thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry. Surveillance images show the two standing in front of a jewel case with clear pictures of their faces.
Kent chop shop bust: Police recover 14 stolen vehicles, firearms, drugs
KENT, Wash. - Kent Police recently took down a chop shop on the east hill and recovered guns, stolen vehicles, stolen car parts, and drugs in the bust, the department announced Friday. Police say months of investigating and surveillance led to the recovery of 14 stolen vehicles, several trailers, ATVs,...
Teens plead guilty to murdering Tacoma pot shop employee in armed-robbery spree
The defendants, now 17 and 18, were sentenced Friday for the robberies of multiple cannabis dispensaries in 2022.
Investigators searching for missing 14-year-old
14-year-old Mariah McGee, of Maple Valley, has been missing since last week. She is 5'3", 125 lbs with brown hair and eyes. Her right upper ear and nose are pierced.
Federal Way, Washington: 1 Stabbed in Huge Baton Swinging Brawl
Regular fights are making residents of a Federal Way apartment complex concerned after the latest huge fight led to one person being stabbed. One Stabbed After Huge Parking Lot Fight in Federal Way Apartment. The Federal Way Police Department is investigating after a huge fight broke out in the parking...
Man drove ‘crazy’ before hitting, killing pedestrian on Puyallup sidewalk, charges say
Police say the driver was under the influence of substances.
Possible attempted kidnapping at Federal Way gas station
Two masked men grabbed a woman at a Federal Way gas station earlier this week. Her boyfriend was able to scare them off.
Masked men grab woman at gas station; boyfriend thwarts possible abduction, carjacking
FEDERAL WAY, Wash - There were some scary moments for a woman at a Federal Way gas station after two masked men tried to grab her while she stopped to fill up early Tuesday morning. It happened at a Shell station near Pacific Highway S and S Dash Point Road.
Man brought dog with him when he fatally shot business owner in Tacoma, charges say
The man was arrested on Thursday outside the Humane Society in Tacoma.
KIRO 7 rides along with Renton police to catch speeders on notorious stretch
Last time Renton Police did an emphasis patrol, they pulled over 17 drivers in 90 minutes.
Black Diamond Police News
On 01/15/2024, an Officer was dispatched to a theft at the 32510 Newcastle Dr. The Officer contacted the complainant by phone who advised that his Apple Air pods were stolen in a vehicle prowl on this date in Seattle (SPD case number 24-135-91) along with other items. The complainant advised that the Air pods were currently pinging to the above listed address in Black Diamond. The complainant was advised to contact the Seattle Police Department and provide them that information and that at their request a BDPD Officer would respond to the residence. Complainant called later and advised that the Air pods were currently pinging at a location in Tacoma, Washington.
Cyclists Attacked By Cougar Attack In Washington
The tranquil setting of a bike trail in King County, Washington, was shattered by a harrowing encounter that unfolded on a fateful Saturday, leaving a group of cyclists grappling with a sudden and terrifying ordeal. In a shocking turn of events, five cyclists found themselves in the midst of a confrontation with a cougar, resulting in one woman being hospitalized due to injuries sustained during the incident.
After spring-like day in Washington, winter returns with heavy mountain snow this weekend
SEATTLE — Don't be misled by a rare, spring-like February day, for February is known to retaliate with cold and snow. Following a beautiful and sunny Friday, storm clouds and rain showers return Saturday. But the main event is Sunday when a vigorous front fresh from Alaska opens the gate for the greatest dumping of mountain snow this season, according to KOMO Meteorologist Kristin Clark.