West Seattle Crime Watch: Police search in Arbor Heights

March 18, 2013 at 2:54 am | In Arbor Heights, Crime, West Seattle news, West Seattle police | 2 Comments

Some Arbor Heights residents asked about a police search late Sunday night. Here’s what we’ve found out from Southwest Precinct Lt. Alan Williams: A man was arrested for violating a domestic-violence court order in the 3700 block of SW 106th (map). He ran as police were answering the call; a search ensued, with a K-9 unit, and Lt. Williams says they “found him hiding under a porch, and arrested him. The suspect had some non-life-threatening injuries caused by his flight and some self-inflicted injuries that occurred before police arrived.” After hospital treatment, he’ll be booked into King County Jail. According to Lt. Williams, nobody else was hurt.

2 Comments

  1. I was doing my nightly walk alone and they put me in their spotlights several times. I’m glad there was no dog around.

    Comment by Michael Johnson — 11:03 am March 18, 2013 #

  2. Nothing to do with this post but we’d like to send this message out as a warning…January our debit card was compromised for over 600.00 in fraudulent charges, attempted charges 1188.00 we didn’t lose the card so we’re thinking maybe it was compromised from a gas pump in White Center??? Be careful those crooks can get your cards without even having your card in hand!
    Charges were made at a Walmart and item was sent to a house in WC.

    Comment by nemobeansmom — 6:02 pm March 18, 2013 #

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