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West Seattle Herald/White Center News Wednesday, November 5, 1997 5 pants, which were hanging over his business office drawers. bedroom door. When he woke up, the The investigating officers observed suspect grabbed the pants and ran out that the place was ransacked and that through his living room. it was obvious that the suspect was The victim only saw a silhouette of looking for money. the suspect but, from the high-pitched The night manager of the business at scream emitted as the suspect left the turned the alarm on the night before, 28. residence, he thinks she's a young but officers found that the alarm wire shop when female, was cut. The suspect dropped a few dollar Traveling assault bills, a real-estate lock-box device and Officers responded to a report of a a steak knife, which was the only male and a female fighting at a gro- to thing that did not belong to the victim. cery store on 42nd Avenue Southwest and She took his wallet containing his at around 2 a.m. Oct. 28. loney. ID., birth certificate, alien registration The female victim apparently asked both and the keys to all of his cars. the male suspect to sleep in a different the Restaurant alarm cut room that night. Fearing that the man ~ An employee of a restaurant on the might harm her in anger, the victim 4400 block of 35th Avenue Southwest tried to go to a friend's house. of called the police at 8:05 a.m. Oct. 30 The woman said that the man start- Was awoken after discovering that the business had ed chasing her vehicle with his, trying by the noise been intruded upon. to ram into her car along the way. A burglar broke in through the exit When the two got onto 35th Avenue for his door, stealing some cash from the Southwest, she spotted a pickup in front of her and asked its driver for and grabbed her purse and ran off. assistance. The driver signaled her to The suspect then jumped into a silver follow him and when the three finally van and fled northbound on 16th got to the grocery store parking lot, the Avenue. pickup driver called 911. Flasher stalks The suspect fled while the woman Around 1:40 a.m. Oct. 29, a man was talking with a police operator, followed a woman and pulled his The suspect and the woman had a trousers down, exposing his genitals dating relationship for three years and in a deliberate attempt to shock and had a significant history of domestic alarm her. violence between them, including sev- The woman was on a bus when she eral arrests for assault, noticed the suspect behaving strange- ly, making facial expressions and ges- WHITE CENTER tures. When she exited the bus at South- west 110th Street and 16th Avenue ................... I I Illlll I Illllll II Illl Southwest, the suspect tollowed her BaiTing a good day at work and got close to her. A woman was robbed by a female The victim called 911 from a near- suspect while walking back to her by public telephone, but the suspect work, a tavern in the 9600 block of disappeared into the dark by the time 16th Avenue Southwest, around 6:50 officers arrived to search the area. p.m. Oct. 28. Compiled by Aki Yanagisawa. The suspect walked by the victim ii, Some baby, your way. of lit 's greatest joys your way, and you to leave anything If you're already or just thinking now's the time to careful choices. prefer an obstetrician/ gynecologist as your mater- nity health care ...... ........ provider?We .... have many for you to choose from, both male and female. prefer a certified at your side for the baby? We'll be glad with detailed profiles ,sicians and midwives to one that is all new We're right here, for you. Having your baby at Highline means a more individualized expe- rience. We are a true community hospital--our caring, professional staff sees to your safety and com- tbrt with warm, personal touches morns enjoy and appreciate. We also provide all of the appropriate back-up for your pregnancy. Should you need a neonatologist, one is available 24 hours a day. Our pediatricians work in tandem with your maternity care provider to ensure your baby's health. From Midway to West Seattle, Tukwila to Vashon, if this is your community, Highline is the hospital for you and your lhmily. We're expecting, too. Our due date is late 1998. That's when our new Family Childbirth Center will be com- pleted. It will feature 13 private labor, delivery, recovery, and post-partum rooms (LDRPs). Each room will have a TV/VCR, bath with whirlpool tub, and sleeping space for support persons. Nearby, you'll find a health resource library and comtortable home- like areas tbr friends and family. For help in selecting a health care provider or for a personal appointment to tour our Family Childbirth Center, call the Highline Resource Line, Monday through Friday, 9am to 4pm: (206)439-5576. HIGHUNE COMMUNIIY HOSPITAL HEALTH CUE NEIWORK 16251 Sylvester Road SIN. Burien. WA 98166