Crime Watch: Murder suspect in court; ‘sacred image’ stolen; hit-run crash; WSCPC to hear from ADRT

MURDER SUSPECT IN COURT: On partner site White Center Now, we just added video to our courthouse coverage of this morning’s arraignment of Cu Van Truong, charged with murder in the shooting death of Jason Saechao at Seattle Roll Bakery last month. Truong pleaded not guilty and is scheudled to return to court in two weeks.

TWO READER REPORTS … for West Seattle Crime Watch this morning, both with photos. First, from Bill:

A sacred image was stolen from under the giant poplar at the end of my driveway at the west (21st Ave SW) entrance to the SW Graham Hill Climb sometime between about 9:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 10, and 7:00 a.m. Wednesday, January 11.

Big, old trees, especially, may be possessed of female tree spirits, which can be malevolent if not properly propitiated. Reward, no questions asked. Please contact Bill, 206.768.0170

And from Jamie:

I wanted to report a hit and run. Happened January 10th during the day sometime, on 21st ave SW.

(updated) In the 9400 block, Jamie adds.

Last but not least, as we were finishing this, we got word from Richard Miller of the West Seattle Crime Prevention Council that he has confirmed a guest speaker for next Tuesday’s meeting:

We have Officer William Witt from the Aggressive Driving Team. Officer Witt is unique in that he is also a DUI Officer as well as being part of the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Team.

Want to know how the ADRT – subject of so many WSB discussions! – works? Perfect opportunity. 7 pm Tuesday, Southwest Precinct meeting room (Webster/Delridge), all welcome.

1 Reply to "Crime Watch: Murder suspect in court; 'sacred image' stolen; hit-run crash; WSCPC to hear from ADRT"

  • Greg January 15, 2012 (11:56 am)

    Whats up with the giant dumpster sticking out into Fauntleroy right where it narrows to one lane going southbound?

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