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Papa Murphy’s Pizza robbed at gunpoint | Police blotter

Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log March 17-23.

March 17

CPR after drug overdose: At about 10:28 a.m. near the 30337 block of 9th Avenue South, officers responded to a call in the listed area for a medical emergency in progress. Upon arrival, a Federal Way officer initiated CPR on an unconscious victim and was able to detect a pulse with sporadic breathing. The victim was provided medical treatment by fire medics and was transported to a local hospital for further evaluation. The circumstances are presumed to be a drug overdose.

March 19

JP’s robbed: At about 9:43 a.m. near the 32900 block of 1st Avenue South, it was reported that an unknown subject unlawfully entered JP’s Tavern sometime overnight. The suspect dismantled a safe and stole $4,915. The security alarm was activated, but no dispatch was attempted. There are no leads at this time.

Domestic violence arrest: At about 9:59 p.m. near the 32000 block of Pacific Highway South, officers responded to a verbal domestic violence situation in the parking lot of Chase Bank. Upon arrival, a man and a woman were contacted. During the investigation, probable cause was established for fourth-degree assault domestic violence on the woman. She was booked into Kent City Jail. The man was uncooperative in helping with the investigation.

March 20

Reported rape: At about 5:29 a.m. near the 2900 block of 21st Avenue South, a victim reported being sexually assaulted by a suspect while at her residence. Another involved party originally called 911 to report. Officers responded to the victim’s residence and attempted to make contact, but the victim refused to answer the door and did not appear to be in distress. The other involved party later called police back to report she was at the hospital with the victim and reported the alleged rape.

March 21

Alleged sexual assault: At about 12:50 p.m. near the 32000 block of 46th Place SW, a victim reported she was inappropriately touched by a suspect while the suspect believed the victim was asleep. The victim later performed sexual acts with the suspect to get the suspect to leave her alone.

March 22

Threats to kill: At about 11:07 a.m near the 300 block of SW 320th Street, a female victim provided probable cause for felony harassment charges on threats to kill. Officers on the scene located the suspect, and he fled on foot. The man was captured prior to entering his residence. The man was booked into the Kent Regional Justice Center.

Bones found: At about 12:51 p.m. near the 900 block of S. 359th Street, workers for Lakehaven Water and Sewer found a large rib cage and other bones near a roadway leading to a utility office. They appeared to be animals and had been chewed and scattered. An officer photographed the bones and contacted the King County Medical Examiner’s Office, who determined the bones to be non-human. The bones were disposed in a nearby heavily wooded area.

Man robs Papa Murphy’s Pizza at gunpoint: At about 8:26 p.m. near the 2100 block of SW 336th Street, a man riding a white BMX bike entered the store and displayed a handgun while demanding money. The man took approximately $200 in cash from the register. The man fled the scene westbound on the bike.

March 23

ARCO robbed at gunpoint: At about 3:43 a.m. near the 31855 block of Pacific Highway South, a man entered the ARCO AM/PM store and brandished a weapon at the store clerk. The man was arrested on the scene and no injuries were reported.

Reported rape: At about 12:50 p.m. near an unknown address, a social worker called police to report a child was at St. Francis Hospital and had disclosed they had been raped.

Pepper spray and gunfire: At about 6:30 p.m. near the 1100 block of S. 320th Street, officers were dispatched to a shooting at the listed location. Witnesses advised that a man was being chased by a female as she was trying to pepper spray him. The man then turned and fired one shot from a handgun into the ground in front of the female and left the area. The female victim later called 911 to report the incident.


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