One man was hospitalized last week after a man armed with a knife stabbed him as he was taking items out of his vehicle on a South Seattle street.
Around 6:30 pm on February 26th, the victim was getting a suitcase out of the trunk of his car, parked on Martin Luther King Jr Way S and S Hanford, when the suspect walked up to him and stabbed him in the shoulder, according to a police report.
The victim got a crowbar out of his trunk to defend himself, and the two men got into a fight. Read more.
Woman Robbed On Chief Sealth Trail (seattlecrime.com):
Police are investigating yet another robbery on the Chief Sealth trail on Beacon Hill.
On February 26th, a woman was on Beacon Ave S near S Dawson street, about to head down the trail, when a man approached her, and pushed her to the ground.
The man held the woman down, and then grabbed her purse and fled down the trail. Read more.
Seattle police: Music store operator caught with 2,800 pirated CDs, movies (seattlepi.com):
King County prosecutors have filed counterfeiting charges against a Renton man accused of amassing thousands of pirated movies and CDs.
In court documents, prosecutors contend Lamont D. O’Neal was selling the counterfeit items out of his Rainier Avenue South store, the “Muzik Shop,” until a private investigators working for the recording industry found he was selling illegally reproduced CDs and DVDs. According to charging documents, police suspect O’Neal was also selling counterfeits out of a van often parked across from Franklin High School. Read more.
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