Attempted Stabbing: At 2:36 p.m. June 19, near First Place Southwest officers responded to an attempted stabbing. The suspect had already fled the scene when police arrived. The victim was able to push the suspect away and call 911 and did not sustain any injuries. The victim was able to identify the suspect.
Assault on mom: At 9:44 p.m. June 18, a 13-year-old juvenile female was arrested for assaulting her mother with a broom handle causing welts. The juvenile was booked into King County Juvenile Detention center.
Malicious mischief: At 2:50 p.m. June 18, a man reported his son had broken a window to his home and entered despite being told he was no longer welcome. The son apparently has a drug problem and often comes home for food, money, etc. The man and his wife are tired of the behavior but would rather the son go to voluntary rehabilitation than jail.
Deceased customer: At 12:05 June 18, an employee at a motel on Pacific Highway South called 911 to report a deceased male customer. The fire department declared the male deceased and the medical examiner took custody of the body. No signs of foul play or suspicious circumstances were detected.
Gone to party: At 6:32 a.m. June 18, a father reported his 23-year-old son missing after leaving around 3 p.m. on June 16 for a party. The son has no history of medical or mental health issues.
Missing ex-wife: At 3:12 p.m. June 17, a man called to report his ex-wife missing. She lives at the same residence and had not been home since June 14. The man stated they have a court date coming soon and he is concerned she will not make it. He seemed very concerned about the legal and financial side of the divorce.
Runaway daughter: At 10:37 p.m. June 15, a woman called police to report her daughter missing. Her daughter left for school that morning in white polka dot pajama bottoms and a pink and purple sweatshirt with a hoodie and backpack, but never arrived at school. The juvenile left a voicemail for her mother saying she was OK, she would be home soon and not to call the police but she never came home. The juvenile has recently been depressed but is not taking any medication.
Knife Robbery: At 8:48 a.m. June 15, police were dispatched to the Fred Meyer on 21st Avenue regarding an armed robbery. A suspect was arrested.
Assault: At 5:44 p.m. June 14, a man was observed being assaulted on the ground on 26th Avenue Southwest. Passersby went to his aid and the suspects fled in an unknown direction. The victim did not was to press charges or speak with the police or fire department. He was convinced by the fire department to go to the hospital for further evaluation.
Firearm robbery: At approximately 5 a.m. June 14, two suspects entered a business on 356th Street, produced a semi-automatic handgun and stole money and cigars. Both suspects fled on foot and could not be located.
Confused pedestrian: At 11:30 a.m. June 13 on Pacific Highway South witnesses reported a middle-aged female claiming she was the president, banging on windows and running through traffic waving her arms in the air. Officers made contact with her but she was confused and was not making sense. She didn’t know who she was or where she was from.
Prank call: At 1:58 p.m. June 13, a juvenile called in a fire on 35th Avenue Southwest. When South King Fire & Rescue arrived, there were no signs of fire at the residence. The juvenile stated she made the call because she was bored. With the her aunt present, police explained to the juvenile that 911 is only to be used to emergency situations. There was also a report about a knife being pulled on someone but this was also determined to be false.