Homeless suspect with knife arrested after threatening woman

The suspect was armed with a 12 inch bladed knife and chased the victim, shouting, “I’m going to get you!”

Dec. 15

Trespassing and threats: At approximately 11:51 p.m. near the 200 block of S. 348th St., a female victim who is the property manager of the listed location reported that a suspect was trespassing on the grounds in a make-shift shelter. The victim told the suspect they needed to leave, and the suspect armed themselves with a 12 inch bladed knife and chased the victim, shouting, “I’m going to get you!” The victim got away from the suspect and called 911. The suspect was found in the area and positively identified by the victim. He was arrested for felony harassment.

Roommate verbal domestic: At approximately 12:14 p.m. near the 30200 block of 1st Place S., officers responded to a verbal domestic by phone with the parties separated. The reporting party told officers that her male roommate was angry and threatening to kick her out of the house and throw her things outside. She said she feared that he may assault her, though no threat of assault or actual assault took place. When officers contacted the male roommate he told them the reporting party had been taking advantage of him and was consistently disrespectful. Officers advised the reporting party to move and the male roommate to start the eviction process. They were also told to call 911 if the situation escalated.

Order violation: At approximately 2:09 p.m. near the 30900 block of 19th Place SW, officers responded to reports of neighbors hearing what sounded like a woman screaming, glass breaking and a gunshot. Some neighbors suspected a male may be breaking a no contact order at the listed location, so they requested a welfare check. Upon arriving to the scene, officers located the suspect violating the no contact order. The suspect was not compliant with officers and resisted, so he was effectively tased and arrested. The order was confirmed and the suspect was booked for felony order violation.

Dec. 16

Stealing gas: At approximately 12:48 a.m. near the 33200 block of 11th Ave. SW, officers responded to the listed location for a report of a subject that appeared to be siphoning gas out of a parked car. When officers arrived on scene, they found a subject inside of a truck with a gas can and tube. The subject admitted to stealing gas from the truck, and they were also in possession of drug paraphernalia. The subject was arrested for theft and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. The stolen gas was returned to the owner of the truck.

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