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  • 20 years later, truck displays a renewed push to find Teekah Lewis

    Wednesday, Jan. 23 marks 20 years since Teekah Lewis disappeared

  • Davevion Irving: Wanted Robbery suspect fled with woman who hit deputy with car, say police.

    BURIEN, Wash. — An 18-year-old woman accused of ramming her car into a King County Sheriff’s Office deputy in a grocery store parking lot is in custody. The sheriff’s office says Khalia Wimberly surrendered to authorities Thursday in Burien. On Monday, officials say she hit the deputy with her car after shoplifting from Safeway in White Center. Video surveillance from the grocery store shows a car accelerate into the deputy, sending him into the air.  The deputy suffered a broken leg […]

  • Jay Dee Harp III: Accused of groping, punching lesbian couple at Seahawks game

    A Tacoma man is facing felony charges after allegedly drunkenly assaulting a lesbian couple at a Seahawks game, eventually groping one of the women and punching the other in the face.

  • Thieves break locks, steal cash and credit cards from Port Orchard gym lockers: Police

    PORT ORCHARD, Wash. — The month of January means gyms are flooded with new members determined to lose weight. But investigators warn you could lose so much more if you aren’t careful with your belongings. Police in Port Orchard say two men are suspected of breaking into gym lockers, stealing credit cards and cash at West Coast Fitness. “Two men came in and signed-in on the day pass, then after they signed in, went straight to the locker room. After […]

  • Help ID thief seen stealing chips from corner market, firing gun for getaway

    SEATTLE – – Police are asking for help in catching a brazen thief who pulled a gun on a store clerk after stealing a can of Pringles potato chips. Belltown Market manager Tae Kwon says a thief dressed in all black came into his store Friday night, grabbed a can of Pringles and took off. Both he and a coworker ran after the guy. “I saw the suspect swing his arm to my coworker. I saw my co-worker was hit […]

  • Animal rescue’s van stolen; suspect sought

    PUYALLUP, Wash. — Puyallup Police are asking for the public’s help to solve a recent theft. Authorities say someone stole a van from Sunny Sky’s Animal Rescue last Thursday morning. The vehicle was parked at the shelter on East Main Avenue in downtown Puyallup. It’s a white Ford with logos on both sides with Washington state license plate C62669B. “It’s what we use to rescue animals,” said shelter volunteer Donna Zierenberg. “We use it to go to the airport to […]

  • Help ID crew of rental car crooks seen ramming blockade, stealing vehicles to commit other crimes

    King County Sheriff's deputies are looking for seven suspects who rammed a security guard's vehicle and stole six other vehicles from a Hertz rental car lot in SeaTac.

  • ‘You can’t just run somebody over… and keep going like that, leave somebody for dead’

    The family of Adrienne DeVorce says she may never walk again, after Seattle police say someone driving a tan or silver Toyota Tacoma, struck her as she walked along a sidewalk in North Seattle.

  • Homeowners rattled after cabin crook prowls remote, wooded areas

    A burglar with a recognizable hoodie has targeted a cabin in Pierce County. 

  • Keeping your valuables yours this holiday season

    LYNNWOOD, WA – Law enforcement says car break-in numbers increase during the holiday season, and they want to make sure you keep your belongings stay yours this year. Detective Bill Koonce with Lynnwood Police says they see about a 25% increase in car break-in crimes related to the holidays. “There’s just a piece of glass between them and 200 bucks they’re going to take it,” said Koonce. He says so often victims are surprised when it happens to them, but […]

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