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Police seeking public’s help finding suspected SeaTac burglar

Police seeking public’s help finding suspected SeaTac burglar

The King County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in finding Wilson Laray Smith, 19 (pictured above), wanted in connection to a July 29 burglary in SeaTac. On July 29, deputies... [Read more]

SeaTac Police respond to home invasion robbery

SeaTac Police respond to home invasion robbery

At about Noon on Tuesday May 27, two to four suspects broke into an occupied residence in the 12800 block of 24th Ave South, armed with at least one handgun, and assaulted the residents inside. Police... [Read more]

SeaTac Police intercept student bringing Stun Gun to Chinook Middle School

SeaTac Police intercept student bringing Stun Gun to Chinook Middle School

At about 8 a.m. Friday morning (Dec. 13), SeaTac Police acted on a tip and stopped a student arriving at Chinook Middle School who was in possession of a stun gun. The student, a 13-year old male, was... [Read more]

SeaTac Police Officer Lauded for Helping Family of Ducks

SeaTac Police Officer Lauded for Helping Family of Ducks

Here’s an email recently received by the SeaTac Police Department: Yesterday (April 13th) I witnessed one of your police officers suddenly stop his cruiser in the middle of the street, throw on his... [Read more]

SeaTac Traffic Camera Firm Redflex Faces Chicago ‘Bribery’ Issues

SeaTac Traffic Camera Firm Redflex Faces Chicago ‘Bribery’ Issues

by Jack Mayne Redflex Traffic Solutions, the company that provides three red light photo enforcement cameras in SeaTac and formerly held the contract for traffic cameras in Burien says an internal corruption... [Read more]

SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon to Retire

SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon to Retire

by Jack Mayne Jim Graddon, chief of the SeaTac Police Department and a major in the King County Sheriff’s office, plans to retire later this year. “After nine years of service to the City of SeaTac,... [Read more]