Suspect rings in 2019 with gunshots at Federal Way party

Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log.

Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log:

Jan. 3

Residential burglary: At 3:01 p.m. in the 2200 block of SW 332nd St., the victim reported that unknown persons forced entry through a first floor window and stole jewelry estimated to be worth $300.

Assault: At 4:28 p.m. in the 32000 block of 49th Court SW, a woman got into a fight with her boyfriend after he took her phone and accused her of cheating. She slapped him and went outside, and was seen punching and hitting herself prior to police arrival.

Jan. 2

Theft: At 11:43 a.m. at 33702 21st Ave. SW, an officer was dispatched to Fred Meyer regarding a vehicle prowl. The officer contacted the victim near her damaged Toyota. She said she parked and locked her vehicle and entered the store. Upon her return, she found the rear driver side door window broken. Someone had stolen her backpack that she had concealed under coats on the rear floor board.

Burglary: At 12:02 a.m. in the 600 block of SW 294th St., an unknown suspect entered the unoccupied address unlawfully and stole Star Wars collectibles. There were no leads as of the report filing.

Involuntary committal: At 1:55 p.m. at 35200 Enchanted Parkway S., an officer observed a person lying on the roadway near the outside lane of northbound Enchanted Parkway South. The person did not speak and wouldn’t answer any questions.

Assault: At 10:56 p.m. at 1505 S. 328th St., while patrolling the area near the Econo Lodge, an officer was flagged down by a victim who reported she had been assaulted by an unknown male who was still in the lobby. The officer requested another unit, viewed the surveillance video and arrested the man, who was booked into SCORE jail.

Jan. 1

Shots fired: At 3:27 a.m. at 35703 16th Ave. S., officers responded to a report of six to seven shots heard. Police found six 9mm casings on the east side of building M. Four of the rounds were “SIG” brand and two were “Winchester.” No damage or suspects were located. The casings were booked into evidence.

Burglary: At 12:40 a.m. in the 2200 block of S. 308th St., the victim reported that an unknown male had entered her locked fenced yard area and removed two kayaks. The male was later located on the victim’s roof and second floor balcony. The male fled the area when the victim called 911. Police located the man nearby and arrested him. He was booked into SCORE jail on a confirmed felony warrant. He faces burglary charges.

Counterfeit bill: At 4:40 p.m. at 35020 Enchanted Parkway S., the victim called to report a customer at Hobby Lobby tried to pass a counterfeit $100 bill. The employee seized the bill and the suspect left. The suspect was described as a white male in his 50s. Police submitted the bill into evidence.

Shooting: At an unknown time at 1900 SW Campus Drive, officers responded to a shooting. During a New Year’s party, an unidentified subject described as a male in a blue beanie and blue jacket, fired a handgun into the air. There is no victim or property damage. The subject fled upon police arrival and was neither identified nor located. The witness recorded the incident on video. Several live rounds and casings were recovered, photographed and booked into evidence.

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