Normandy Park Police chase, arrest unwilling, difficult suspect


The Normandy Park Police were called to a subject running in traffic on Thursday (Feb. 18) in the 17800 block of 1st Ave South (map below).

Upon arrival, the subject was contacted, then ran from officers and struck a passing car with an object. He then ran into a nearby business where the subject caused damage to products and property. The subject would not comply with the officers commands and attempted to assault the officers by throwing grocery items including full cans of beer.

Officers attempted to use less lethal force to subdue the subject without success.

The subject then fled into a nearby parking lot where, with the help of a citizen, he was taken into custody.

The subject is known to police from numerous prior contacts. He will be booked into King County Jail for Resisting Arrest, Assault 3rd Degree, Malicious Mischief and Disorderly Conduct.

No one was injured during this incident.

If you believe you were a victim in this case, please contact the Normandy Park Police Department at (206) 248-7600.


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One Response to “Normandy Park Police chase, arrest unwilling, difficult suspect”
  1. Karen Steele says:

    Another spectacular apprehension by our Normandy Park Police Department. This is why we have the lowest crime in the area and why we should continue to support our Normandy Park Police Department. Remember this when you get your ballot in July and are asked to vote on the Levy Lift Lid. It is all about our safety and protection of our property.

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