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Homeowner shoots, kills burglary suspect in SeaTac

Homeowner shoots, kills burglary suspect in SeaTac

Just after 11 a.m. on Thursday (Sept. 14), SeaTac Police received a call of a burglary at a residence in the 17600 block of 38th Ave S. (map below), along with shots being fired. When deputies arrived,... [Read more]

One dead after attempted murder/suicide in SeaTac Saturday night

One dead after attempted murder/suicide in SeaTac Saturday night

At around 9:45 p.m. Saturday night (June 24), police responded to a shooting at a house in the 14200 block of 29th Ave S., where they found one man dead with a gunshot wound to the head and another shot... [Read more]

Community Police Academy starts Mar. 9, and here’s how YOU can sign up

Community Police Academy starts Mar. 9, and here’s how YOU can sign up

The King County, Burien and SeaTac Police Departments will be holding a FREE Community Police Academy this spring, and registration is now open. Classes will begin on Thursday, Mar. 9, 2017, and will... [Read more]

SeaTac Police bust drug dealer, seize stolen guns, narcotics, pot, cash & more

SeaTac Police bust drug dealer, seize stolen guns, narcotics, pot, cash & more

The SeaTac Police Department is reporting that on Thursday, Nov. 10 at about 1 a.m., an officer witnessed what he believed to be a narcotics transaction in the parking lot of the Motel 6 at S. 206th Street/Military... [Read more]

DUI stop in SeaTac leads to narcotics arrest

DUI stop in SeaTac leads to narcotics arrest

SeaTac Police are reporting that on Nov. 3 at about 2:20 a.m., Deputy Pat Kelly saw a car moving at very slow speeds on International Blvd. approaching S. 188th Street. Kelly could see that the driver... [Read more]

SeaTac Officer awarded King County Sheriff’s Office ‘Deputy of the Year’

SeaTac Officer awarded King County Sheriff’s Office ‘Deputy of the Year’

In November, SeaTac Master Police Officer Ed Hall (pictured above) was voted by his peers to be the SeaTac Police ‘Officer of the Year’ for 2015. A 21-year veteran of the King County Sheriff’s... [Read more]

PODCAST: Burglary suspect dies in SeaTac; Jack Mayne Commentary & more

PODCAST: Burglary suspect dies in SeaTac; Jack Mayne Commentary & more

Here’s episode #24 of our SoKing News Podcast Weekly Recap, which is sponsored by a generous grant from J-Lab’s Encore Media Entrepreneurs program, supported with funding from the Ethics... [Read more]

Liquid natural gas station angers residents, along with ‘alarming 10 days’ of violence

Liquid natural gas station angers residents, along with ‘alarming 10 days’ of violence

by Jack Mayne SeaTac Police Chief Lisa K. Mulligan told the SeaTac City Council of the “alarming 10 days or so,” between Oct. 2nd and 9th, “we had several days with five pretty significant events,”... [Read more]

CRIME BLOTTER: Burglary suspect ends up dead; young man shot in face…

CRIME BLOTTER: Burglary suspect ends up dead; young man shot in face…

The SeaTac Police Department recently released the following crime news: Residential Burglary At about 1:45 AM on Friday, October 2 a family living in the area of S. 140th Street and 29th Avenue S. awoke... [Read more]

City of SeaTac issues statement on Thursday night’s officer-involved shooting

City of SeaTac issues statement on Thursday night’s officer-involved shooting

The City of SeaTac on Friday (May 29) issued the following statement regarding Thursday night’s officer-involved shooting: Based on the officer-involved shooting of a young man in SeaTac last night,... [Read more]

UPDATE: Man wanted for hate crime in SeaTac has been identified

UPDATE: Man wanted for hate crime in SeaTac has been identified

UPDATE FRIDAY APRIL 3, 2015: The man wanted for a hate crime in SeaTac has been identified, according to the King County Sheriff’s Office: Det’s have ID’d hate crime suspect based on... [Read more]

Pursuit of stolen car in SeaTac ends in collision in Des Moines Friday night

Pursuit of stolen car in SeaTac ends in collision in Des Moines Friday night

The King County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that at 5:30 p.m. Friday night (Jan. 16), a SeaTac deputy attempted to stop a Honda that had been reported stolen to Tukwila Police. The stolen car didn’t... [Read more]

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]