A man visiting Seattle as a crewmember on a large yacht currently moored in Lake Union was stabbed with a syringe in an unprovoked attack outside a Fremont bar last week, according to the Seattle Police Department.
CanYouID.Me is a website that allows local law-enforcement agencies to share photos of suspects or people of interest they have been unable to identify. Here are two-dozen of the Puget Sound's most recent shoplifting suspects. Do you recognize them?
A 22-year-old man who attempted to strangle an acquaintance before breaking into multiple homes Sunday morning told deputies he planned to lead them on a chase before "killing everybody," according to the Island County Sheriff's Office.
A jogger tried to stop a possible gang fight last week in Delridge only to have a woman point a rifle at him and tell him, "Stay out of this, white boy," according to the Seattle Police Department.
A family was attacked and robbed last week when their car was surrounded by nearly a dozen people in an alley near Rainier Beach High School, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A 44-year-old Tacoma resident who told officers he was tired of punk kids taking over his neighborhood was arrested Wednesday for pointing a shotgun at four children between the ages of 12 and 15, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
A man returning home from a doctor's appointment Tuesday afternoon in First Hill had racist and homophobic slurs shouted at him before being hit with an unknown liquid that caused a burning sensation to his nose and mouth, according to the Seattle Police Department.
According to the Seattle Police Department, a woman downloaded an app called Offer Up for her cellphone in order to sell some of her rings only to be robbed by the buyer who contacted her through the app.
A 21-year-old car thief drove a stolen Corvette through multiple backyards before attempting to choke the police dog that cornered him in some blackberry bushes Wednesday evening, according to the Olympia Police Department.
A 41-year-old man driving a stolen El Camino full of pilfered electric guitars was arrested Tuesday in Spanaway, bringing a five-hour crime spree to a close, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
A man celebrating his birthday last weekend in Capitol Hill was assaulted and robbed after chasing down a woman who stole the birthday crown off his head, according to the Seattle Police Department.
The University Place Police Department is looking for a man suspected of breaking into a home last week and stealing a number of items, including a gun.
The Pierce County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man suspected of robbing a Puyallup bank Wednesday afternoon.
A 24-year-old woman wanted in connection with a number of burglaries attempted to escape arrest Sunday in Olympia by fleeing through a cemetery where a funeral was underway, according to the Olympia Police Department.
A man insulted a Capitol Hill resident walking her dog outside her apartment near Cal Anderson Park then sicced his own dog on her last Thursday night, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Officers arrested an Everett optometrist Tuesday following allegations he molested a 10-year-old girl and took sexual pictures of her during an examination last month.
A 58-year-old go-kart driver talked his way out of a citation and into a jail stay by repeatedly threatening officers, telling them he had dynamite in his pocket and insinuating his go-kart was a bomb*, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
Up to a half-dozen masked men broke into a Beacon Hill home early Tuesday , forcing a family of five -- including children -- into a bedroom at gunpoint and stealing jewelry, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Perhaps hoping it would help him blend in and avoid detection, a burglar got (quite literally) falling-down drunk before breaking into a University of Washington fraternity Monday night, according to the Seattle Police Department.
The Oak Harbor Police Department believes a man caught impersonating a police officer last month may have surreptitiously been conducting training and giving lectures around the state for years.