t

Kent Police Blotter: Aug. 31-Sept. 13

Incidents include knife fight, shots fired, robbery arrests and fatal semi repair

  • Wednesday, September 15, 2021 1:42pm
  • News

A sampling of Kent Police incidents Aug. 31-Sept. 13:

Aug. 31

Knife fight: 8:12 p.m., officers responded to reports of a large fight with knives at the Driftwood Apartments, 1610 W. James Pl. A woman was taken into custody and booked at King County jail for felony harassment for chasing juveniles with a knife.

Sept. 3

Shot in foot: 11:33 p.m., a shooting was reported at 7-Eleven and the Ishtar restaurant on Central Avenue South. A female told dispatch her boyfriend was shot in the foot by an unknown transient male. Both the female and her boyfriend initially did not want contact. The male had a felony warrant for second-degree robbery and told the female via text he did not want the police to know where he was at. Two casings were recovered at Ishtar. The suspect was not located.

Sept. 5

Shots fired: 8:13 a.m., patrol responded to the 9800 block of South 252nd Street for shots fired after a dispute at a party that went into the morning. There were no victims.

Robbery arrests: 7:13 p.m., two uncooperative suspects were arrested for strong-arm robbery at Walgreens on 104th Avenue SE and SE 256th Street. Officers were able to take both subjects into custody without using force and dealt with numerous associates that arrived at the scene after the arrests.

Fatal semi repair: 7:20 p.m., a man was working under a semi-truck in his driveway when the jack failed and the semi crushed the man, killing him. Sadly, his 11- year-old son was outside and watched the incident occur.

Sept. 9

Girlfriend assaulted: 3:55 a.m., a suspect boyfriend seriously assaulted his girlfriend in violation of a no contact order. The suspect fled into the wooded area when patrol arrived.

Sept. 13

Stabbed in neck: 9:17 p.m., officers provided trauma aid to a male victim who had been stabbed in the neck. The male was transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle and taken to surgery. There was a family barbecue at Country Glen Apartments, 27400 132nd Ave. SE, when a family member walked up to the victim, and without any provocation, hit him on the neck with a wine glass that shattered and cut his neck.


Talk to us

Please share your story tips by emailing editor@kentreporter.com.

To share your opinion for publication, submit a letter through our website https://www.kentreporter.com/submit-letter/. Include your name, address and daytime phone number. (We’ll only publish your name and hometown.) Please keep letters to 300 words or less.

More in News

t
Tacoma man dies in Kent I-5 crash after making unsafe lane change

Thursday afternoon, June 30 northbound near State Route 516

File photo.
Mysterious Renton in-home deaths of father, two daughters ruled as starvation

Written materials about fasting were found in the home; the father’s death called a suicide.

t
Kent School Board revotes on grant after Farah conflict raised

Director Awale Farah initially voted on funds that went to his wife’s organization Living Well Kent

Dr. Faisal Khan. Courtesy of King County.
Dr. Faisal Khan appointed as next King County health director

Dennis Worsham will continue to serve as interim director until September 6.

t
Proposal would clear longtime Green River homeless encampment

County Councilmember Reagan Dunn submits legislation for property near Kent, Auburn

t
Fire displaces family of five from downtown Kent home

Nobody injured in Monday evening, June 27 blaze

Tsr
Renton spa employee accused of trying to coerce woman into prostitution, posing nude

Quyen T. Nguyen, 39, has been accused of attempted promotion of prostitution… Continue reading

Police vehicle
Kent man charged in killing man who had an affair with his girlfriend

Des Moines man stabbed multiple times before body dumped in remote area near Skyway

Teaser
King County experts discuss extreme heat mitigation plan

The plan includes improving infrastructure and communications to prevent future disasters.

Most Read