West Seattle Crime Watch followup: No evidence of shots fired

A quick followup on the Pigeon Point “shots fired?” reports from early Sunday morning: Southwest Precinct Lt. Norm James says that officers found “no evidence of gunshots” while investigating – in other words, no shell casings turned up anywhere. The hours-earlier Alki call turned out to be fireworks, according to nearby residents. That’s often the case with “shots fired?” calls, but you never know, so police would rather hear from you, just in case.

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2 Replies to "West Seattle Crime Watch followup: No evidence of shots fired"

  • mar3c March 2, 2010 (5:47 am)

    i just want to point out that revolvers don’t eject their spent shells.

  • Lola March 4, 2010 (9:24 am)


    No but you should be able to find the bullet or the hole it made somewhere?

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