9:57 PM: Thanks for the tips. What was described as a parade of honking cars and yelling people is in North Delridge. According to scanner traffic, they’ve arrived in City Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda‘s neighborhood. She chairs the council’s Budget Committee, and tomorrow the council is scheduled to finalize a budget. Advocates of police “defunding” are not pleased because the proposed cuts/changes aren’t anywhere near the 50 percent they want to see.
10:22 PM: Police are monitoring this and have just radioed that the group has since headed up Genesee to SB Avalon.
10:34 PM: Now they’re in Council President Lorena González‘s Junction neighborhood.
11:11 PM: A neighbor says they’ve moved on.
11:23 PM: Scanner confirms what a commenter said – they’re now in Highland Park, Councilmember Lisa Herbold‘s neighborhood. (All three of the West Seattle-residing councilmembers had been visited by protesters earlier this year, when the focus was on “rebalancing” the budget.)
12:20 AM: Per SPD on Twitter, they’ve moved on. Police also tweeted this video from the earlier Junction arrival
Now northbound on 44th Ave SW from SW Oregon St. pic.twitter.com/aUdEaKHM9N
— Seattle Police Dept. (@SeattlePD) November 23, 2020