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Student brings loaded gun to high school | Police blotter

Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log Oct. 13-19.

Oct. 13

Stolen jewelry: At about 6:11 a.m. near the 32800 block of Pacific Highway South, an unknown suspect broke into the Pawn 1 store by prying open a side door. The suspect stole an unknown amount of jewelry from the jewelry counter. No suspect information at this time.

Shoplifter threatens employee: At about 9:15 a.m. near the 32000 block of Pacific Highway South, a suspect was attempting to shoplift by burning off the security tag with a torch. When confronted by an employee, the suspect threatened them with a pocket knife and scissors. The suspect was detained, cited and released.

Police assaulted: At about 6:32 p.m. near the 1900 block of S. 314th Street, a person assaulted a police officer by striking him in the face with a closed fist. The person was arrested and booked into jail.

Oct. 14

Conflict at Transit Center: At about 4:50 a.m. near the 31600 block of 23rd Avenue South, Sound Transit security requested assistance for a disorderly subject at the Federal Way Transit Center. It was reported that the subject pushed a security guard. Officers arrived and made contact with the subject, who was upset because security would not let him use the restroom. The security guard pushed the subject after he was banging on the windows and stepped into the guard’s personal space. The guard also displayed his baton. No crime committed.

Oct. 15

Students ingest pills: At about 11:14 a.m. near the 34600 block of 9th Avenue South, two students were transported to the hospital after taking an unknown amount of white pills.

Chick-fil-Assault: At about 5:31 p.m. near the 31200 block of Pete von Reichbauer Way South, a Chick-fil-A order was delivered to a woman’s doorstep though she did not order the food. She left it for about an hour, then decided to eat the macaroni and cheese after no one had claimed the meal. A short time later, a girl knocked on her door and asked about the food. The woman said she ate only some of it. The girl left then returned later with another girl and the two “jumped” the woman, punching her in the face multiple times. The woman did not press charges.

Pedestrian killed by vehicle: At about 8:47 p.m. near the 37400 block of Pacific Highway South, a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle and died from their injuries.

Oct. 16

Stolen purse: At about 10:54 p.m. near the 3400 block of S. 336th Street, a woman’s purse was stolen from her vehicle as she decorated a church. The suspect entered the vehicle through a broken front passenger window.

Oct. 17

Grandson pushes grandpa: At about 11:21 a.m. near the 34500 unblock of 28th Place SW, a grandson and grandfather were arguing. The grandson then pushed the grandfather out of the way, causing the grandfather to fall backwards and hit his head. The grandson left during the investigation and the grandfather was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Driver crashes twice: At about 2:17 p.m. near the 3200 block of SW Dash Point Road, a driver hit another driver. The driver then fled and drove away where he struck another car a mile up the road. The driver attempted to escape again however his car was inoperable.

Oct. 18

Hotel guest threatened: At about 9:25 a.m. near the 333000 block of Pacific Highway South, a woman staying at the Eastwind Hotel called 911 to report a man had threatened her with a knife after he believed she was taking photos of him. There were no suspect arrests made.

AutoZone employee punched: At about 4:54 p.m. near the 27300 block of Pacific Highway South, police were called to the AutoZone store due to two unwanted subjects yelling at employees. One of the subjects became aggressive and punched another employee. Both subjects fled from the scene in a vehicle prior to police arrival.

Oct. 19

Student with loaded weapon: At about 12:45 p.m. near the 2800 block of SW 320th Street, a School Resource Office responded to reports of a fight in the high school’s gym. Probable cause was developed for second-degree assault as the victim was strangled twice during the fight. After the suspect was handcuffed, he was frisked and officers found he was in possession of a loaded firearm. The suspect was booked into jail.


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