Suspect arrested after shooting woman in leg

The following is a sample of the Federal Way police log.

May 21

Shooting: At approximately 4:23 a.m. near the 34700 block of 2nd Lane S., officers responded to a female who was shot in the leg at the listed residence. The suspect was arrested on scene after officers arrived and the female was transported to the hospital. A search warrant on the house was executed and officers found a firearm.

Assault with a knife: At approximately 9 a.m. officers reponded to the 29600 block of 18th Ave. S. and interviewed a mother and child who reported ongoing abuse in the home by their husband/father. According to the victim and witness, the husband held a knife to the wife’s neck while threatening to kill her.

Assault with firearm: At approximately 1:05 p.m. near the 31600 block of Pacific Highway S., a victim told police he was riding his skateboard near the listed location when he stopped to look at his phone. A known suspect to him fired one round from a black pistol but missed him. The victim fled the area and called 911.

May 22

Assault: At approximately 6:15 p.m. near the 800 block of S. 317th St., a victim reported that they went over to the suspect’s residence with a large group of adults and juveniles. Afterwards a fight broke out among the people involving about 20-30 people total. The victim fought with the suspects and got scratched up with a key by one of the suspects. According to the police report, there have been previous incidents reported involving the three suspects.

May 23

Walmart disturbance: At approximately 4 p.m. at the Walmart along 1900 S. 314th St., officers recieved a radio call of an unwanted subject at the store drinking beer, cursing at customers, refusing to leave and was not a customer at the business. He was not drinking when police arrived. The male had a warrant for unlawful bus conduct, and was arrested and released with a new court date.

May 24

Assault: At approximately 3:37 p.m., officers responded to a report of a physical domestic at the police station. After investigation officers determined the boyfriend of the victim slapped her across the face and strangled her. The case was forwarded to detectives.

May 26

Assault: At approximately 8:45 a.m. near the 1900 block of SW Campus Drive, officers responded to a call regarding a domestic violence situation between a male and female. The male reportedly punched the female in the eye, causing it to bleed. The male left the area before police arrived, but returned while officers were still on scene. He was arrested and booked into SCORE.

May 27

Shooting confession: At approximately 2:05 p.m., the reporting party contacted police to give a statement to officers that her boyfriend had confessed to shooting someone. A written statement was provided with the roommate witnessing the confession as well. The investigation into this is ongoing.

Uninvited guest: At approximately 8:05 p.m. near the 1900 block of S. 289th St., a suspect allegedly walked into the victim’s home and sat on the couch, began smoking and said she was waiting on a ride. The suspect said she thought she had spent the night inside the house and was waiting to be picked up. The suspect said she didn’t know her address and was high. She also appeared intoxicated. The victim said she just wanted the suspect gone. The suspect had a warrant confirmed and she was booked into SCORE jail.

May 28

Shots fired: At approximately 1:05 a.m. near the 33300 block of 29th Place SW, 911 calls were made alledging five gunshots were heard near the listed location. One vehicle was struck with four rounds and one round hit a nearby house. Five shell casings were recovered and entered into evidence. Video surveillance showed a male suspect.

Felony harassment: At approximately 7:27 p.m. near the 1600 block of S. 320th St., an unknown suspect threatened to shoot the victim and then displayed a gun after the victim tried to intervene while the suspect was assaulting a female. The suspect fled and was not located.


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