West Seattle Crime Watch: Police investigating gunfire incident

11:59 PM: From Seattle Police via Twitter a few minutes ago:

@11:39 pm, teenage male shot at but not hit @ 30 Ave SW & SW Juneau St. [map] Nobody injured in incident. Suspect vehicle, white SUV, fled scene … Officers & Gang Unit detectives actively investigating. No more information available at this time.

12:22 AM: Scanner traffic indicates the SUV was believed to be a Dodge Durango.

8 Replies to "West Seattle Crime Watch: Police investigating gunfire incident"

  • mayorfauntleroy September 15, 2013 (12:09 am)

    4 police cars with lights no sirens just passed 8000 block of fauntleroy.

    • WSB September 15, 2013 (12:15 am)

      There are a couple other calls working. One is over in Highland Park around 10th/Elmgrove, involving some kind of group fistfight. I heard a Lincoln Park call too – same vicinity you mention – but not the type of call.

  • Eric G. September 15, 2013 (7:06 am)

    Just stupid

  • Pauline Aldrich September 15, 2013 (9:38 am)

    wow caught on camera, i wont complain about them again

  • nemobeansmom September 15, 2013 (11:04 am)

    about the cameras….this is exactly what I’ve always said about “the cameras” if you’re not doing anything wrong then what’s the grip about them?!

  • name September 16, 2013 (6:51 am)

    yeah and what is the big deal about warrant less wire taps or searches? if you’re not doing anything wrong, that is… i personally wouldn’t mind every one being under surveillance 24/7, as i am a law abiding citizen. I believe Benjamin Franklin once said “Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety”, however this was before murder, assault, robbery, theft, and burglary were invented, so i’m pretty sure it is no longer applicable or wise in today’s society.

  • cratewasher September 19, 2013 (7:53 am)

    Cameras in public are not a violation of privacy because they are in PUBLIC.
    Wiretaps, invasive searches and 24/7 monitoring is a whole different discussion because they all relate to a person’s private space.

  • Phil Mocek September 22, 2013 (10:32 am)

    That I’m on a public sidewalk having a quiet conversation with someone does not justify a third party listening in with a parabolic microphone. It doesn’t justify a government camera scanning our faces and making permanent record that the two of us interacted on that day at that time in that place. There is plenty of expectation of relative privacy when we’re out in public.

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