Recent Crime News
Friday Mar 27 | via Highline Times
SeaTac: King County Sheriff's detectives are actively looking for 68 year old Robert Leroy Studer as the suspect in the shooting death of his 42 year old nephew in Seatac on Thursday. Studer is considered armed and dangerous; he is 5'11, 240 lbs, grey hair and green eyes. Comment?
Friday Mar 27 | via Covington Reporter
King County Sheriff's detectives are actively looking for 68-year-old Robert Leroy Studer as the suspect in the shooting death of his 42-year-old nephew in Seatac on Thursday. Studer is considered armed and dangerous; he is 5'11, 240 lbs, grey hair and green eyes. Comment?
Friday Mar 27 | via Kent Reporter
The King County Sheriff's Office has released the name and photo of a man suspected in the shooting death of his 42-year-old nephew in SeaTac Thursday. Detectives are actively looking for Robert Leroy Studer, 68, who is considered armed and dangerous, according to the Sheriff's Office. Comment?
Thursday Mar 5 | via The Waterland Blog
The Seattle Police Department is reporting that hundreds of suspected stolen items from robberies in Seattle ended up discovered inside a Burien home in the 12000 block of First Ave South Thursday morning, March 5. SPD's Major Crimes Task Force has been on the trail of a ring of burglars, suspected of targeting homes in North Seattle, Queen Anne and Magnolia. Their hunt lead them to Burien Thursday morning around 7 a.m., when SPD SWAT served a warrant at the home, where police found "a ton of stolen stuff," according to Major Crimes Task Force Captain Eric Sano. Comment?
Sunday Mar 1 | via Examiner.com
A Friday report by KIRO Eyewitness News about a King County Sheriff 's raid of a Burien pawn shop that allegedly yielded 21 stolen guns probably stopped more so-called "illegal firearms" - guns somehow connected to crimes, primarily theft - than have so far been stopped by Initiative 594. For the edification of people who don't understand, or are deliberately misled, a "crime gun" is generically defined as any firearm involved in some kind of crime. Comment?
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