Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near SeaTac, WA or anywhere in the US.
Recent Crime News
3 hrs ago | via 24-7 Press Release
A proposed bill would vacate prostitution convictions for women who were forced into the trade, often at a young age, due to threats of violence or deportation. Comment?
9 hrs ago | via The SeaTac Blog
SeaTac Police responded to the armed robbery just after noon at the Bank of America in the 16600 block of International Blvd S. When police arrived they were told that the suspect was still inside. Comment?
11 hrs ago | via The Highline Times
The King County Sheriff's office said today that a bank robber was arrested after he entered a bank, displayed a gun and demanded money. Comment?
Wednesday | via Phinneywood
The King County Prosecutor today charged 17-year-old Byron Keith Alonzo White with first degree murder with a firearm enhancement in the death of David Peterson in Greenwood on Feb. 23. White was charged as an adult "under a state law that provides for automatic adult prosecution for 16 and 17-year-old juveniles who commit serious violent ... (more) Comment?
Tuesday Mar 4 | via Examiner.com
By tomorrow, according to yesterday's Seattle Times and an e-mail exchange between Examiner and the King County Prosecutor's office, a decision will be made by King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg's office on charging the 17-year-old suspect in the Feb. 23 slaying of David L. Peterson, apparently over a cell phone. Comment?
Monday Feb 24 | via Highline Times
SeaTac Police arrest man trying to pick a fight with random people According to SeaTac Police, on the morning of Feb. 15, officers responded to reports of a man attempting to fight with would-be passengers at the King County Metro bus stop near the intersection of S. 176th St. and International Blvd. Deputies witnessed the suspect verbally ... (more) Comment?
Wednesday Feb 19 | via Highline Times
By Matt Wendland McMurphy's Pub robbed and computers wiped clean According to the King County Sheriff's Department, McMurphy's Pub was robbed by a customer and employee on January 31st. Comment?