Unknown person fires four gun shots at work truck | Police blotter

The following is a sample of the Federal Way Police log:

Miscommunication: At 11:49 p.m. on Dec. 13 in the 200 block of Southwest 319th Lane, a victim heard an unknown man knocking on his back sliding door. The victim told the man to leave. The victim said man then went to the front of the apartment and broke one of the panes to his front window and then left. The victim told police the man spoke an unknown language, but he believed he was looking for someone else and had the wrong apartment. No injuries were reported, and there are no suspects.

Road rage: At 5:17 p.m. on Dec. 13, police responded to the 1900 block of South Commons for a report of a road rage altercation. The suspect threatened to kill the victim. All parties left the scene, but the suspect vehicle was located and a high risk stop initiated. Post-Miranda reading, the driver, who was not the suspect but a witness, admitted to taking control of the vehicle at the request of the suspect, after which the suspect ran off. The investigation is ongoing.

Gasoline dumper: At 10:48 a.m. on Dec. 12 a person called 911 to report that his juvenile neighbor was dumping gasoline on the roadway in the 32600 block of 16th Court Southwest. South King County Fire & Rescue responded. When officers arrived, they were advised the juvenile left on a small motorcycle and attempted to hide from officers. He dumped approximately one gallon of gasoline on the roadway. The case has been forwarded to King County Juvenile Court.

Dumpster diving: At 7:52 a.m. on Dec. 12, police responded to the Villa Capri Apartments, 2507 S. 286th Place, for a report of individuals dumpster diving. One of the individuals was taken into custody on a warrant from Pacific. A stolen iPad was found on the suspect.

McDonald’s shooting: At about 10:44 a.m. on Dec. 11, police responded to McDonald’s, 2302 S. 320th St., for a report of shots being fired. An unknown man pointed and discharged a weapon toward two men who were sitting in their work truck. The suspect fired four shots and drove away. None of the shots hit anyone. Shell casings and a bullet were recovered from the scene. The suspect was not known by the victims.

Blown away: At about 4:20 a.m. on Dec. 11, a man contacted police about a theft from his front porch in the 1000 block of Southwest 328th Court. The victim told police he had received notification through his phone from his surveillance system about movement on his porch. Surveillance video showed an unknown male wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt and backpack. The suspect took a gas-powered leaf blower that was left on the porch and fled on foot. The suspect is unidentifiable in the video as his face is covered by his hood.

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