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Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log Oct. 28-Nov. 2

Oct. 28

Sword threat: At about 2:24 a.m. near the 1900 block of SW 322nd Place, the suspect put a sword blade on the victim’s chest during a dispute. The suspect also threatened to return and shoot everyone in the apartment. The suspect was not located by police.

Shooting: At about 4:23 p.m. near the 2200 block of SW 332nd Street, several people called 911 to report the sound of gunshots fired near the listed address. A witness saw a silver car driving quickly away from the area and two men running down the street in possession of firearms. Officers arrived and were unable to locate the men. Officers found five bullet casings near the residence and found the residence had several bullet holes. No injuries were reported and police were able to recover the silver Kia Soul’s license plate number from Safe City camera footage.

Oct. 29

Bedroom burglary: At about 3:20 p.m. nearly the 900 block of SW Campus Drive, an apartment resident reported sometime overnight, an unknown suspect broke into his apartment. The resident had returned home that morning to find his bedroom window wide open, and most of his belongings in his bedroom had been stolen. The unknown suspect did not steal the resident’s car keys, which were hanging next to the front door.

Oct. 30

Car prowler at gym: At about 3:20 p.m. near the 27417 block of Pacific Highway S., multiple cars were damaged during a theft at LA Fitness.

Oct. 31

Woman hits kids with car: At about 8:28 p.m. near the 3000 block of 5th Avenue SW, officers responded to a hit-and-run accident involving children on bicycles. Investigation revealed an unknown female in a white sedan vehicle was driving in the area and a verbal dispute occurred between her and a group of kids who were riding bikes in the roadway. The female chased after the kids in her car and when turning a corner, she knocked two of the kids off their bikes with the car’s bumper.

Nov. 1

Apartment fire: At about 1:40 p.m. near the 2522 block of S. 317th Street, a commercial fire occurred at the Chelsea Court Condos. South King Fire and Rescue crews found heavy smoke and fire showing from a third floor unit and the call was upgraded to a working second alarm fire. The fire extended into the building’s attic and took crews over an hour to control. Ten adults and two children were displaced by the fire.

Nov. 2

Man says genitals ripped off with pliers: At about 8:09 p.m. near the 30600 block of 4th Place S., officers responded to reports of a man at the listed residence having a medical emergency. Officers contacted the man, who said he had consumed large amounts of heroin and meth overnight and in the morning. The man said sometime during the night, he awoke to his girlfriend attacking his genitals with pliers. The man stated his genitalia had been ripped nearly in half and he ran home. Fire department responded to evaluate the man and did not locate any injuries on the man’s penis. The man was transported to a local hospital for the drug reaction.

Attacked with liquor bottle: At about 8:04 p.m. near the 2311 block of SW 336th Street, officers responded to a strong arm robbery reported by an employee. The employee said an unknown male entered the business and struck the employee with a bottle of liquor. The suspect then grabbed the employee by the collar and pulled him out the front door and into the parking lot where he was struck in the lower right leg by a passing car.


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