Valley SWAT to conduct training in Kent on Jan. 11

Two vacant homes near South 268th Place

  • Tuesday, January 2, 2018 2:03pm
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Kent Police and the rest of the Valley SWAT will conduct training on Thursday, Jan. 11, at two vacant houses on the West Hill owned by Sound Transit.

The homes are in the 26800 block of 28th Avenue South, just west of Interstate 5. Kent Police sent out a public notice to alert residents to the training.

“Police Training” signs will be posted in the area.

Sound Transit bought the property for its light rail extension to Federal Way from SeaTac.

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