Police arrest ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ motel robbers in SeaTac Wednesday
On Wednesday (Jan. 21) around 1 p.m., detectives with the Major Crimes Unit, assisted by tactical deputies, arrested the male and female that police believe are responsible for at least 12 armed robberies over the past few months (read our previous coverage here). They were arrested without incident when checking out of a hotel in SeaTac in the 19200 block of International Boulevard. The suspects are in their 20s, and have been living a transient lifestyle and supporting themselves with the proceeds of the robberies. Police say that 7 of the 12 robberies were committed within the jurisdiction of the King County Sheriff’s ...
Two-alarm fire in SeaTac displaces 5 from apartment building Sunday
At about 6:15 p.m. on Sunday evening (Jan. 18) a two-alarm apartment fire in the 20000 block of 30 Ave South in SeaTac ended up displacing five residents. The first fire department emergency unit arriving reported thick smoke and flames were visible from the front door and windows of the 2nd floor apartment. Due to the number of apartment units in the building a 2nd alarm was called immediately bringing additional emergency units. All residents had evacuated the building upon fire department arrival. The fire was quickly extinguished and neighboring apartment units and the attic space was searched for fire extension and ...
The Cactus Speaks: 2015 Looking No Better Than 2014
[EDITOR'S NOTE: This column by Earl Gipson is a view of SeaTac city government. It does not necessarily reflect the views of The SeaTac Blog nor its staff. We are seeking additional regular columnists to reflect different opinions and views of SeaTac residents. Those interested can e-mail us at email@example.com.] by Earl Gipson Welcome to 2015 and the continuing decrease of IQ of our Public Officials both elected and staff. They didn't get all they wanted for Christmas, I'm still here and other vocal Citizens continue to demand accountability and the ability to balance a budget. Santa did provide them with a ...
MISSING: Have you seen Douglas Snyder? He’s missing from SeaTac area
Douglas Snyder (pictured above), has gone missing in the SeaTac/Burien area. He disappeared between Christmas and New Years Day, or shortly after. Doug is middle aged, about 6'2", brown eyes, brown and gray hair (mostly gray). He is probably 25 pounds thinner than the photo above. He lives in SeaTac, and drives a black Kia Borrego, and authorities are asking folks to keep an eye out for an abandoned black KIA Borrego, WA license plate: 920-ZBS. His son last heard from him on Christmas day (Dec. 25). Doug left his place in Seatac WITHOUT any of his belongings, including his passport, didn't pay January's rent and hasn't been in contact ...
Stabbing on S. 188th in SeaTac Wednesday afternoon sends man to hospital
A stabbing that resulted in "serious injury" to an adult male occurred in SeaTac Wednesday afternoon (Jan. 14), according to the King County Sheriff's Office. The crime happened on S. 188th just east of International Blvd., and traffic was affected. Police say that the suspect, a black male, initially fled the scene in a silver SUV. At 2:45 p.m., police announced that "all involved persons have been located by detectives. There are no persons or vehicles outstanding." The victim was taken to the hospital. Here are some Tweets sent out by the King County Sheriff's Office: Update to the stabbing in #SeaTac: All involved persons have ...
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On Wednesday (Jan. 21) around 1 p.m., detectives with the Major Crimes Unit, assisted by tactical deputies, arrested the male and female that police believe are responsible for at least 12 armed robberies... [Read more]
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