What the big police response in High Point was about

February 7, 2013 at 6:25 pm | In High Point, West Seattle news, West Seattle police | 2 Comments

One person just getting home e-mailed to ask what all the police in the 6000 block of Lanham were there for. Our crew has just come back, and here’s what they learned: The call went out about half an hour ago as an “assault with weapons” – there was a report of a possible stabbing, we’re told. Emergency responders at the scene deduced there had not been a stabbing and they didn’t think anyone had been hurt, but there was a suspected domestic-violence situation, and scanner traffic indicated a knife had been found. One fire unit was kept on scene for a while just in case, but the rest were dismissed. Police are continuing to investigate.

2 Comments

  1. Sure is a lot of cops for a stabbing.

    Comment by Terry — 6:33 pm February 7, 2013 #

  2. I for one, want the minimum number of police to resolve an issue… perhaps even less. (Total sarcasm)
    They should call Terry when there is a stabbing. Sounds like he knows what it’ll take.

    Comment by AJ — 7:43 pm February 7, 2013 #

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