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.
A car driving with its headlights off early Friday in Yesler Terrace may have been hard for other motorists to spot but definitely drew the attention of officers, who arrested three of its occupants and seized a gun found inside, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Here's a brief rundown of some of the more notable crimes you may have missed for the week beginning Sept. 29.
A man who claimed to be on a "spiritual journey" is facing more than a dozen charges for burglary, robbery, kidnapping and more after a bizarre week-long crime spree in Roy.
A convicted felon with a history of violence against officers was arrested Tuesday after attacking a police dog with a metal baseball bat, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
The Auburn Police Department is looking for a man suspected of robbing a local sandwich shop at gunpoint Wednesday afternoon.
A naked and bloody man claiming to be "Joseph from the Bible" was arrested Tuesday afternoon after stealing a bicycle and fighting with deputies, according to the Thurston County Sheriff's Office.
A man on a wildly intoxicated post-wedding quest for more alcohol early last Friday in SoDo was shot in the thigh by a robber and failed to notice until the next day, according to the Seattle Police Department.
In an incident that seems just a little too early for Halloween, officers arrested a self-described "nunchuck master" after she attacked a man with whom she had been squatting in a "spooky" abandoned house, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Two 15-year-old boys burglarized a North Seattle home Monday while on their lunch break at Nathan Hale High School, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A 38-year-old man dropped a solitary rose on a stranger's stoop then tossed a brick through his window Sunday in Spanaway, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
A woman in her mid-60s attacked a taxi driver with her umbrella then tried to steal his cab after he refused to drive her onto a ferry to Bremerton, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A woman believes she was robbed by three men who forced her and her friend into a fake taxi cab after a night of drinking last weekend in Capitol Hill, according to the Seattle Police Department.