Student found with BB gun at middle school

  • Thursday, December 7, 2017 3:11pm
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The following is a sample of the Federal Way Police log:

BB gun mischief: At 9:53 a.m. Dec. 6 at Lakota Middle School, a student reported to administrators they were aware of another student with an airsoft BB gun in their possession. A clear plastic airsoft handgun was confiscated from the other student’s backpack. It was reported the two students were possibly seen shooting the plastic BB’s at the boy’s bathroom wall the day before. Both students accused the other of owning the gun. No injuries or threats were reported. The two students will be disciplined through the school district, and the handgun was submitted into evidence for destruction.

Shooting threats create alarm: At 11:12 a.m. Dec. 6 a woman reported at the police station that at LA Fitness on Enchanted Parkway the day before she was in a hot tub with a white man in his 30s. She said the man said he felt the people in LA belittled him and made him feel inferior and that he should get a gun and “shoot up the whole place.” The woman stated she was scared and left. She said she did not report the incident until then because she feared for her safety.

Fraudulent claims: At 8:40 a.m. Dec. 6 in the 1000 block of South 303rd Street, a woman called to report she had spoken to someone she believed was an Amazon representative about an item delivered to the wrong address. She later discovered the number she found online for customer service was not authentic, and the man she spoke with did not work for Amazon. She said, during the phone call, she gave the man her bank account information, and a short time later discovered fraudulent charges were made to her bank. The woman reported the charges to the bank, and the $300 was returned. The woman requested a case number to be able give to her bank if asked.

Possible car prowler arrested: At 2:52 a.m. Dec. 6 in the 28000 block of 28th Avenue South, police responded to a call of a possible car prowler. Officers contacted the suspect, who was found between two cars. While they found no probable cause to arrest the man for car prowling, they learned he did have outstanding warrants, including a $10,000 one for fourth-degree domestic violence assault. He was arrested and booked in SCORE jail.

Gas can bomb: At 5:35 p.m. Dec. 5 in the 34000 block of Hoyt Road Southwest, police were sent to a possible explosive device call. When police arrived, they were flagged down by the finder who stated he was going to get coffee and found a red gas can beside a garbage can with paper stuff in the top like a Molotov cocktail. He did not touch the gas can and did not see anyone put it there or anyone around it. The person reported it to Starbucks’ employees who called the police. The gas can was subsequently determined to be empty and, most likely, someone tried to dispose of it in the garbage can, which was full. The gas can was determined to not be a bomb and was disposed of.

Bat assault: At 11:52 a.m. Dec. 5 in the 2000 block of South 308th Street, a female called police to report she had been assaulted by a male with a bat. No injuries were seen on the victim, and no suspects were located. Victim was evaluated by first responded, and it was determined she did not need to be transported to the hospital. The victim elected to drive herself.

Weyerhaeuser trespassers: At 10:23 a.m. Dec. 5 at 32001 Weyerhaeuser Way South, police were dispatched to the old Weyerhaeuser property to respond to a trespass in progress involving transient subjects camping. Two subjects were contacted and trespass banned from the location.

Social media insults: At 4:50 p.m. Dec. 4, police were advised that a subject had been posting insulting and rude comments on Facebook and YouTube. The reporting party stated she has contacted Facebook and was told they could not help her. Police advised her that what she was reporting was not criminal. She provided the telephone number for the subject, which the police called, but it went to voicemail and they did not leave a message.

FBI chip: At 10:41 a.m. Dec. 4 in the 1000 block of South 328th Street, an adult male reported he had been raped overnight by unknown persons while he slept; he stated he woke up and his rectum was hurting. He hears voices and stated the FBI put a chip in his nose. He took himself to St. Francis Medical Center for aid. According to staff, he has delusions and other mental issues.

Hot tub security: At 1:06 a.m. Dec. 4 in the 300 block of South 320th Street, the reporting party was working as a security guard for resident apartments. While checking the pool area, she located a male and female adult engaged in intercourse in the hot tub. The hot tub is located in a building and enclosed. She ordered the occupants to exit the building and, while trying to identify the male involved, he became belligerent. The reporting party stated the male lowered his head and pushed into her right chest while grabbing for her phone. She then punched the male one time, causing pain to her right index finger. The male advised which apartment he lived in and then left. The reporting party stated she wanted the incident documented for management, declined aid for her finger, and did not complain of any additional injuries.

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