Students in possession of knives, rubber gloves expelled for threatening to torture student

Handwritten notes outlined a threat to cut and torture the male victim.

Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log:

Dec. 6

Firearm robbery: At 4615 SW 320th St., a suspect armed with a gun came into the 7-Eleven and robbed the clerk at gunpoint. The suspect ran away with about $120.

Credit card fraud: At 4 p.m. at 34520 16th Ave. S., a woman reported that she had placed her wallet on the bottom of her motorized cart while she shopped. When her attention was elsewhere, an unknown suspect stole her wallet. She reported that within minutes of noticing her wallet was missing, a fraudulent charge of $415.80 was charged on one of her stolen credit cards at the same location. Loss prevention will attempt to locate the transaction on video surveillance.

Harassment and threats: At 4 p.m. at 2100 S. 336th St., a woman reported she was verbally harassed and pushed while she was outside her residence. She said she is a manager at her homeowner’s association. She noticed some large items near the community dumpster and went to take some pictures of it as it is a violation of the association rules. She said she knows the items came from residents of a particular unit. While she was taking pictures a woman associated with the unit approached her and was verbally aggressive and pushed the woman.

Dec. 5

Students expelled over threats: Some time on Dec. 5 in the 2600 block of SW 327th St., a female student at an undisclosed school in the 2600 block of SW 327th St. was in possession of two kitchen knives, rubber gloves and a threatening handwritten note. Her fellow male classmate was also in possession of threatening handwritten notes, which outlined a threat to cut and torture the male victim. Both suspect students were expelled and ordered to have a mental evaluation as well as a risk assessment before being considered to return to school. Police advised the victim’s parent of the investigation and explained how they could obtain a protection order. The Mirror has requested the name of the school and will update this report when more information becomes available.

Court order violation: At 1 a.m. in the 1600 block of SW 311th St., a neighbor reported hearing a physical domestic dispute. Officers arrived and could hear yelling but could not see anyone. After police attempted to contact the residents, the yelling stopped. Police made multiple attempts to communicate with the residents. Minutes later, officers could hear a female in distress and forced entry was made. They located a female partially unconscious in the bathroom and she was transported to St. Francis for an evaluation.

Stolen vehicle: At 3:32 p.m. in the 2200 block of S. 298th St., police ran a license plate that returned as a vehicle that was reported stolen, with a caution of an armed subject .The police officer turned around and the vehicle had gone into the backyard of the 2200 block of S. 298th St. The driver fled on foot over fences and the female rear passenger was detained and later arrested on a Department of Corrections felony warrant. She was booked into SCORE jail.

Dec. 4

School shooting threats: Between 3-4 p.m. at 33914 19th Ave. SW, officers were assigned a call referencing threats of a possible school shooting at Saghalie Middle School.

Assault: At 2:01 p.m. at 1700 S. 308th St., the victim was jumped by three males as he was walking home after school .The victim was punched in his stomach and back several times and sustained a bruise to his right hand. He did not know what provoked the attack.

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