CRIME & SAFETY
Video shows moment car slams through Washington state restaurant narrowly missing customers eating dinner
A Washington state restaurant is temporarily closed after a car crashed through the building on Wednesday, narrowly missing several patrons who were sitting inside.
Homicide Investigation at Seattle Public Housing Facility Raises Concerns
In a recent news development, a homicide investigation has been initiated after the tragic death of a 65-year-old man named Wayne Michael Craigen in Seattle. Mr. Craigen’s passing was the result of blunt force injuries to the head, and it has been officially ruled as a homicide by the King County Medical Examiner.
Tragic Road Rage Shooting in Auburn: A Call for Comprehensive Policy Action
The recent shooting at an Auburn gas station has left a family in mourning and a community in search of answers. On November 17, Myron Moss, 64, became the latest victim of what appears to be a road rage incident turned fatal. An SUV nearly collided with Moss while he was attending to his car, leading to an altercation and the subsequent gunfire that claimed his life. The shooter, a young man in his 20s asserting self-defense, was released after questioning by the King County Sheriff's Office, leaving the Moss family pleading for witnesses to shed light on the event and to bring clarity to their quest for justice.
After assault, barricaded suspect surrenders after police/SWAT standoff in SeaTac Saturday
At 8:38 a.m. Saturday morning, Dec. 2, 2023, an assault occurred near Military Road S. and S. 164th Street in SeaTac that resulted in a police/SWAT standoff with a barricaded suspect. SeaTac Police / King County Sheriff’s Office said the victim was reported to have been assaulted with a firearm,...
Deputies investigate assault near Military Road in King County
Deputies from the King County Sheriff’s Department responded to an assault near Military Road South and South 164 Street around 8:38 a.m. Saturday morning.
Weekly Safety Report: Missing Teen Found, Shootings, Stabbings, and Robbery in Seattle, Washington
This week in Seattle, Washington, several incidents occurred that raised concerns about safety in the city. These incidents include the disappearance of a 14-year-old girl who was later found in Seattle, a shooting in South Seattle that left two people injured, allegations of attacks on nurses at Seattle Children's Hospital, a robbery and assault near Capitol Hill, a brutal stabbing in Rainier Valley, and a rolling gunfight in the Central District.
Auburn Woman Dies in Two-Vehicle Collision Near Vantage Bridge
• An Auburn woman named Judy Coluccio was killed in a two-vehicle collision in Grant County. • The crash occurred at the intersection of State Routes 26 and 243. • Coluccio's car crossed the centerline and was struck by an eastbound semi-truck.
Police search for suspects involved in carjacking, robbery
Police are searching for those responsible for a carjacking and armed robbery in Bellevue Thursday evening. Both incidents happened less than an hour apart from each other.
How a Seattle pizzeria manager turned suspected car thief into an employee
A pizzeria in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood has been the victim of several car break-ins, with both the staff and the restaurant’s customers experiencing theft. Now the manager has shared with The Gee and Ursula Show how he solved this specific crime spree — by getting the suspected car thief a job.
Missing man last seen in Pierce County located
PIERCE COUNTY, Wash. - The Washington State Patrol (WSP) says they have located a man who was previously reported missing in Pierce County. According to the WSP, 39-year-old Michael Harris was reported missing at 11 a.m. on Dec. 1. He was last seen leaving his home in a red truck near the South Hill Mall in Puyallup. He did not return.
Weekly Safety Report: Car Theft Frustration and Murder Charges Shake Federal Way
This week in Federal Way, Washington, two incidents occurred that impacted the safety of the community. In the first incident, a frustrated Kia owner returned his stolen car to the dealership after it was vandalized. The second incident involved two Kent men who pleaded not guilty to the murder of a man at an auto parts store. These incidents highlight the need for increased safety measures in the area.