A man waiting for a bus after work Saturday night in Sand Point was able to successfully wrestle what turned out to be a real-looking pellet gun away from two would-be robbers, according to the Seattle Police Department.
These 19 men are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of wanted sex offenders.
The King County Sheriff's Office is looking for a transient named Shayne Kennedy suspected in a number of recent thefts from properties in the unincorporated area around Sammamish.
A 23-year-old Olympia man had a busy morning of not being good at crime Tuesday, failing at both burglary and robbery within a span of four hours, according to the Olympia Police Department.
A man told officers he did, in fact, feel physically threatened by the 80-year-old motel owner he was arrested for allegedly assaulting Tuesday afternoon in North Seattle because the elderly victim "knows Kung Pow" and is "strong for his age."
Forget Phoenix Jones, the Find My Phone app may be the closest thing we have to a real-life superhero after it led Seattle Police Department officers directly to a man suspected of robbing a victim at gunpoint Saturday in Capitol Hill.
An Arizona man visiting Seattle implicated a woman who, in his words, looked like "Nicki Minaj before she was famous" in a bizarre early morning kidnapping and robbery that left one Seattle Police Department officer fairly baffled.
A 34-year-old Spokane man was arrested last Saturday for repeatedly plugging an electrical cord into his elderly neighbor's house in order to steal her electricity, according to the Spokane Valley Sheriff's Office.
A man caught burglarizing a Beacon Hill church implored the church caretaker to "chill out" after the caretaker chased him down, broke a golf club on him then punched him multiple times in the face, according to the Seattle Police Department.
An obsessive former coworker choked a woman and threatened to kill her and her family over her refusals of his constant marriage proposals Sunday in the University District, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A man with a gun and an over-inflated sense of fast-food workers' responsibilities stole a Pizza Time employee's tips after the employee informed him he didn't have access to the restaurant's safe, according to the Olympia Police Department.
BELLINGHAM, Wash. -- Everyone has heard of buyer's remorse; but apparently a similar condition afflicts bank robbers, at least according to a 64-year-old man arrested Tuesday morning outside the bank he had reportedly just robbed.
An armed driver swiped another car in the Tacoma Mall parking lot then threatened to shoot and kill its occupants because he believed they cut him off, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
Two months after a pair of Australian cyclists riding from Alaska to South America had their bikes and gear stolen from outside a Mount Vernon restaurant, police have arrested a married couple suspected to be responsible.
After getting in a fight with his wife -- who gave her wedding ring back and took a ferry home -- a friendly and "very drunk" man was wandering around Belltown when he accepted a couple's offer to party only to get robbed at knifepoint, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Victims armed themselves with sticks to reclaim several bottles of wine stolen from their party by a neighbor Sunday night, according to the Seattle Police Department. Unfortunately for them, their neighbor was reportedly defending his ill-gotten wine with a shotgun.
A man was beat up and robbed by a group of people after he saw them hanging out in a West Seattle park last Tuesday night, assumed they were having a party and decided to join them, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A group of robbers beat up a 16-year-old for his cellphone last Tuesday in Roxhill then used the stolen phone to send the victim's mother a text reading, "I'm gay," according to the Seattle Police Department.
These 18 men and women, suspected of everything from burglary to drug possession to failing to appear in court, are the newest additions to the Yakima County Crime Stoppers' most-wanted list.
A thief acted like he had time to spare when he smashed his way into a SeaTac electronics store and swiped nearly every smartphone in the shop.