Sat., Jan. 3, 9:29 p.m., Third Ave. Officer was dispatched to a grocery store on Third Ave. as security had a suspect, a transient white male aged 62, in custody for shoplifting. Officer arrived and contacted the security guard who stated that the suspect had picked up a sandwich and tried to leave the premises without paying. The sandwich price was $7.07 plus tax. Suspect was contacted and stated he was hungry and had no money. Officer ran his name via radio, and it came back with an outstanding warrant. The warrant was verified, and suspect was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Mon., Jan. 5, 4:26 p.m., Pine St. Officer contacted suspect, a transient white male aged 48, sleeping in a doorway on Pine St. He contacted suspect, who provided his name and date of birth. Officer ran suspect's name through dispatch, who advised he had an outstanding warrant. This was verified, and suspect was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Mon., Jan. 5, 8:55 p.m., E. Union St. Suspect, a transient white male aged 42, was stopped by officer for trespassing in the parking lot of the Key Bank on E. Union St. There were numerous signs stating "No Trespassing." Officer told subject that he was trespassing, and suspect replied he was just walking through. The officer disputed this, and obtained ID. A name check showed that the suspect had an outstanding warrant, and he was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Mon., Jan. 5, 9:31 p.m., Greyhound Bus Station. An officer was dispatched to the bus station on Stewart St. on a report of a suicidal female. When he arrived he contacted subject, a transient white female aged 20, who was crying on a bench inside. She told the officer that she had lost custody of her child and was trying to get her back, and was trying to get into rehab to assist the process. She came to Seattle today, but was unable to get into rehab. She said she has been very depressed, and normally smokes marijuana to deal with her anxiety and calm her down. She had no specific way planned to kill herself, and had not attempted suicide in the past, however she had contemplated it. She stated she wanted assistance and was willing to go to the hospital. Officer completed a mental health referral form, and subject was transferred to Harborview Medical Center for a mental health evaluation.
Mon., Jan. 5, 11:49 p.m., S. Dean St. Suspect, a transient Black male aged 61, was observed by officers while they were conducting a premise check of Department of Transportation property on S. Dean St. He was trespassing on DOT property, and was contacted. A name check showed that suspect was active with the Department of Corrections. Officers contacted the DOC, who advised that suspect should be detained for failing to report to his DOC officer. Suspect was detained and later booked into King County Jail.