The 86-year-old man who caused a three-car crash while driving the wrong way down I-5 Monday night admitted to drinking brandy beforehand to help with a cough, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
A Delridge resident successfully apprehended a burglar he caught stealing his Kindle but unfortunately destroyed hundreds of dollars' worth of his plants in the process, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Technology is a wonderful thing. It can be used to land a robot on a comet or to apprehend a suspect in possession of a stolen laptop (provided the suspect uses the laptop to log onto Facebook only hours after it was stolen).
Proving there's still a bit of Old Ballard left in New Ballard, a conversation about the fishing industry turned violent between a group of men waiting in line for a hot dog early Saturday on Ballard Avenue.
Downtown Seattle is just a little bit safer today thanks to a crime-fighting valet who stepped in to stop a tourist from being mugged Monday night then later helped officers apprehend a cellphone thief, according to the Seattle Police Department.
The Pierce County Sheriff's Office is searching for a 31-year-old inmate who reportedly escaped from Pierce County Jail Saturday while workers were removing trash.
Much like VCRs, the dodo and watching professional football guilt-free, handwritten traffic tickets will soon be a thing of the past now that the Seattle Police Department has started rolling out a new electronic ticketing system.
Washington's city-dwelling residents are still safer on average than their counterparts in the rest of the country, but the same can't be said for their property, according to new crime statistics released Monday by the FBI.
A 33-year-old man was busted last week while stealing a refrigerator from a vacant home because he mistook an officer's patrol car for his getaway ride, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
These eight men are some of the newest suspects wanted on suspicion of burglary in Washington state. Have you seen them?
A 16-year-old boy, already wanted on suspicion of drive-by shooting and robbery, was arrested Thursday afternoon after shooting at people in Seattle's Dunlap neighborhood, according to the Seattle Police Department.
On Thursday night, a helpful mother drove her 38-year-old son to a drug deal in a Mount Baker park, where he was promptly robbed at gunpoint, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A suspected car prowler running from officers ditched a backpack and handgun -- and also his pants for some reason -- Wednesday in Tacoma, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
A woman was walking to work Tuesday morning when a man she described as looking like a "bored teenager" attacked and robbed her, spilling her cup of coffee in the process, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Dealerships in Lake City are continuing to be plagued by auto thefts after three more cars and 50 sets of keys were reported stolen from two businesses Tuesday.
TACOMA, Wash. -- A homeless couple in Tacoma told police they've been regularly stealing from charity donation bins in multiple apartment complexes around the area because they need the items to survive, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
A registered sex offender, completely naked except for the Department of Corrections monitoring bracelet on his leg, attacked a masseuse and tried force himself on her last Friday in Lakewood, according to the Lakewood Police Department.
People often say you shouldn't hit others over the head with your political beliefs. However, doing just that may have saved a 19-year-old man held up while delivering political flyers Monday afternoon in Green Lake.
The owner of a noisy, troublesome rooster reportedly told a Seattle Police Department officer not to worry, he had a gut feeling* the rooster wouldn't be around to bother neighbors much longer.
A couple of West Seattle residents had their craft time rudely interrupted when two masked men with guns burst into their home and demanded to know where their pot was, according to the Seattle Police Department.