There were at least 4 reports of vehicle theft or attempted vehicle theft on this day and 4 vehicles were recovered.
Juvenile theft pattern: Two teenage females stole about $150 worth of liquor and cigars at approximately 10 a.m. near the 34000 block of Hoyt Road Southwest. The individuals told employees to call police because the cars they are driving are stolen. An employee stated that the individuals have been coming in and stealing almost every day for the past few weeks. The two cars they are associated with are a blue Hyundai and a white Kia.
Drug arrest: At approximately 11:40 a.m., two individuals were arrested for the public consumption of illegal drugs. One of the subjects was in possession of dangerous weapons as well. The incident occurred near the 33000 block of Pacific Highway South.
Employee assaulted: At approximately 5 p.m., an unidentified male entered a business near the 32000 block of 23rd Avenue South and attempted to punch an employee in the face.
Shooting at apartment building: At approximately 9:55 p.m., multiple victims were transported to the hospital with injuries after a reported shooting. Suspects were gone prior to arrival by police. Shell casings and slugs were located on the scene at the apartment complex near the 1200 block of South 336th Street.
There was at least 1 report of vehicle theft or attempted vehicle theft on this day and 1 vehicle was recovered.
Residential tool theft: An unknown subject gained access to a detached garage near the 1200 block of Southwest Campus Drive and stole three hand cases full of tools
Bar fight: At approximately 1:20 a.m., officers responded to a report of a physical altercation at a bar located near the 31200 block of Pacific Highway South. Both the witness and victim did not share details of the incident with officers. The victim specifically appeared to be severely intoxicated. The fire department assessed the victim, but he also refused medical treatment.
School fight: A juvenile female was assaulted by a juvenile male at approximately 10:45 a.m. at a middle school.
Purse stolen at library: At approximately 1:50 p.m., two individuals stole a victim’s purse at the library located on 320th Street and fled on foot.
Juvenile theft: Two young suspects slapped and kicked an employee at around 1 p.m. after being asked to leave a drug store while stealing a number of items. The drug store is located near the 33400 block of 21st Avenue Southwest.
House fire: At around 11 p.m., officers responded to an accidental fire in a detached garage at a residence that resulted in a dog dying.
There were at least 5 reports of vehicle theft or attempted vehicle theft on this day and 8 vehicles were recovered.
Firearm stolen: A firearm was stolen out of a vehicle at approximately midnight near the 27600 block of Pacific Highway South. The report states that the vehicle prowlers stumbled upon the gun while looting a vehicle that they had broken into.
Vehicles broken into: Four vehicles were broken into while they were parked in the parking lot of Federal Way High School at some point during the school day.
Dog war: A dispute between neighbors over a dog escalated from one neighbor responding to an aggressive dog situation with mace to the dog owner damaging the reporting party’s garage door and fence in retaliation.
There was at least 1 report of vehicle theft or attempted vehicle theft on this day.
Slingshot attack: At approximately midnight, police responded to an assault at the transit center near 23rd Avenue South. An unknown male had struck a security guard with an unknown blunt object fired from a slingshot. The victim did not pursue criminal charges and refused treatment from South King Fire.
Firearm stolen from vehicle: At approximately 12 p.m., a firearm was reported stolen from a vehicle near the 35100 block of Enchanted Parkway South.
Apartment door shattered: At approximately 7 p.m., the reporting party came home and heard glass breaking. Nothing inside the home was stolen, but officers identified pry marks near the lock of the sliding glass door.
There were at least 5 reports of vehicle theft or attempted vehicle theft on this day and 1 vehicle was recovered.
Fatal traffic accident: At approximately midnight, police responded to a vehicle versus pedestrian collision near the 36200 block of Enchanted Parkway South. The pedestrian was declared deceased at the scene.
Juveniles steal food: Two individuals entered a store around 1 p.m. and stole food and assaulted at least one victim before fleeing in a stolen vehicle. The suspects then fled from a traffic stop.
There were at least 6 reports of vehicle theft or attempted vehicle theft on this day and 1 vehicle was recovered.
Energy drink theft escalates: After an individual stole energy drinks at approximately 10 a.m., the reporting party followed the suspect to his car and confronted him. When the suspect opened his door, the reporting party sprayed mace on the suspect. The suspect fled to a nearby auto supply store near the 27200 block of Pacific Highway South where employees helped him wipe his eyes and also took note of the VIN of the vehicle the suspect was driving.
Social media scams: Federal Way police received two separate reports of scams through social media on this day. One caused a victim to lose $47,000 and the other approximately $26,000.
Principal assaulted: An elementary school vice principal reported being punched twice by the mother of a student.
There were at least 3 reports of vehicle theft or attempted vehicle theft on this day and 2 vehicles were recovered.
Firearm in stolen vehicle: A firearm was stolen along with a vehicle at approximately 5 p.m. near the 31600 block of Pacific Highway South. The incident was captured on video.
Employee assaulted: At approximately 8 p.m., an employee at a fast food restaurant located near the 34500 block of 16th Avenue South was assaulted by a customer. The customer had fled before police arrived.
Suspect found sleeping: An individual was found sleeping inside a company car around during the evening near the 27300 block of Pacific Highway South. The reporting party stated that the male inside is believed to have broken the window of the vehicle to gain access, and the subject is one that is frequently contacted by police.