West Seattle Crime Watch: Suspect charged in luring case; stolen items to watch for

In West Seattle Crime Watch this evening:

LURING SUSPECT CHARGED: 25-year-old Tamir S. Mohammed was charged today with luring, three days after he was arrested on Puget Ridge. Court documents say the 14-year-old victim got on the 128 bus in the 3200 block of California SW; Mohammed boarded by 35th/Morgan. She got off the bus on 16th near SW Holly and he followed her, asking her name and saying “I’m lonely and I need someone to be with me.” He walked ahead of her at one point and she thought he was gone until he appeared in a driveway, telling her she should come down the driveway to see some Christmas lights, then grabbing her hand and trying to drag her with him. She tried to get him to stop by saying she was only 12 and that her father was waiting nearby; she said police cars started to arrive in the area and he let her go and fled. The house with the driveway had surveillance video that allowed officers to later recognize and arrest Mohammed at the 16th/Holden 7-11. He remains in the King County Jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.

Two reader reports:

LAWN MOWER STOLEN: The video is from Greg:

He says his lawn mower was stolen around 8 pm this past Monday, and his car was prowled the next night. He’s near 42nd/Dawson, south of The Junction.


My house at 12th SW and Henderson was broken into over Thanksgiving weekend while I was out of town (not sure if it was Thursday or Friday).

They stole a vintage jewelry box (black painted with an Asian theme). It had 2 of my grandmother’s opal rings, my son’s baby teeth, lots of jewelry that doesn’t mean much, but has sentimental value.

They also stole my son’s bank and coin/money collection. He had a lot of bills and coins from all over the world. If anyone sees anything discarded, please let me know!

3 Replies to "West Seattle Crime Watch: Suspect charged in luring case; stolen items to watch for"

  • HS November 30, 2018 (7:19 pm)

    Commenters may have said this in previous post but I’d like to tell that 14 year old girl that she is strong and brave. Everything that she did was right. It takes a lot to keep a clear head in that kind of situation and she did.

  • Mj December 1, 2018 (9:32 am)

    Its good the young lady is strong and brave, and I hope the criminal justice system does not fail in the punishment of the perpetrator! 

  • 14yroldin70's December 1, 2018 (11:30 am)

    This young lady did the correct thing by pulling and fighting to get away and I’m glad it was a good outcome that she got away! From experiance the predator does not care if you are 12, 32, or 82  the only way to get away is to fight, scream, kick, punch…do whatever you can to get away! 

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