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Over the weekend…

Check out a few of the calls our deputies responded to Over The Weekend…

4/6/24, 2:40am
Aggravated Assault
13600 blk 97th Ave E, South Hill
Incident # 24-097-00202

Deputies were dispatched to an assault that occurred on a residential street. When they arrived, they found a 40-year-old unconscious male laying in the street. He had extensive injuries to his face and was breathing abnormally. Fire personnel responded and transported him to the hospital. According to witnesses, a group of suspects attacked the 40-year-old victim and then stomped/kicked him on the ground while he was unconscious. This investigation is ongoing.

4/6/24, 10:43am
Reckless Endangerment, Stolen Firearm
12900 blk Silver Dr, Anderson Island
Incident # 24-097-00743

Deputies were dispatched to a residence for a report of shots fired during a domestic disturbance. When the first deputy arrived, a witness told her that she heard gunshots and then saw four to six adults yelling at each other in front of a vacation rental. She said one of the subjects got into a white truck and drove away. The deputy drove to the ferry terminal and located the truck. According to one of the occupants, her family had rented the home where the shooting occurred. She said her boyfriend was upset at how a 6-year-old child was behaving and he ended up in an argument with the child’s father. This grew into a larger family argument and the boyfriend pulled out a gun from his waistband and fired five to six shots into the air. Deputies recovered the gun from the truck. A records check revealed that it had been stolen in Federal Way. The 20-year-old suspect was booked into jail for possession of a stolen firearm, possession of a pistol by someone under 21, reckless endangerment, and aiming/discharging a firearm.

4/6/24, 10:37pm
Commercial Burglary
12000 blk Meridian E, South Hill
Incident # 24-098-00609

A deputy was dispatched to a commercial burglary that occurred overnight at a tanning salon. According to the owner, the burglary was discovered when an employee arrived for work in the morning. The suspect stole approximately $4,000 in tanning products and jewelry. The deputy reviewed surveillance video, but the cameras did not capture the suspect’s face.

4/7/24, 12:36am
DUI Arrest, Eluding
10500 blk Sales Rd S, Parkland
Incident # 24-098-00034

Deputies were dispatched to a drive-thru coffee stand after an employee reported that a running vehicle had been parked in the drive-thru lane for the last 30 minutes. When deputies arrived, they found a female driver passed out behind the wheel of a pickup truck. When they peeked inside the truck, they found a mostly empty wine bottle on the woman’s lap. They placed stop sticks under the tires in case she woke up and tried to drive away. As a deputy reached inside the open window and turned off the ignition, the woman woke up. She provided deputies a name, which turned out to be fake. A deputy asked her to step out of the vehicle, but she started the engine instead. She accelerated quickly, nearly striking a deputy. The truck hit the stop sticks and one of the tires immediately deflated. She drove around the building, nearly hitting a WSP vehicle head-on. A deputy used a PIT maneuver, which was successful. The driver then got out of the truck and fled on foot. Deputies quickly caught up and took her into custody. The 25-year-old driver was transported to the hospital for medical treatment and a blood draw before being booked into jail for DUI with a prior conviction, eluding, obstructing, resisting arrest, driving without an ignition interlock device, and driving with a suspended license. She also had two misdemeanor warrants.

4/7/24, 4:30am
Aggravated Assault
6300 blk 119th St E, South Hill
Incident # 24-098-00282

Deputies were dispatched to a residence for an intimidation involving a firearm. When they arrived, a female victim told deputies that she had met the suspect on a dating website and had invited him over. The two weren’t in agreement on how the evening would proceed and the victim told the suspect to leave. The suspect became aggressive, so the victim called her landlord/roommate. As he entered the room, the victim and suspect were physically fighting, so the landlord hit the suspect with a metal pipe. The suspect pulled out a gun, pointed it at the landlord and threatened to kill him. He also pointed it at the victim when she tried to intervene. The 40-year-old suspect was arrested and booked into jail for two counts of assault in the first degree.