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Police Blotter Week of 3-6-17 | West Seattle Herald / White Center News Skip to Main Content Area Monday, March 6, 2017 | Scattered clouds, 35.6 °F search Letters Sign in Subscribe Contact Us Front Page News Features Sports Opinion Police Blotter UPDATE: After the loss of her husband, Shi Chen is struggling to make ends meet; GoFundMe campaign tops $11,000 Update 1:00pm March 6 The campaign to support Shi Chen and family ... BB Gun shooting spree alarms motorhome owner; Windows repeatedly shot out By Lindsay Peyton David Kramer says that most of the people who ... Westside-O-Rama West Seattle Entertainment Guide Admiral Theater 2343 California Ave. S.W. 938-3456 Movie ... West Seattle victorious over Lincoln Abes claiming third place BY GERARDO BOLONG Special to the West Seattle Herald TACOMA - ... Police Blotter Week of 2-27-17 Security guards stop shoplifters A store located on the 2800 ... Opinion OP-ED- Put patient care before corporate profits Amanda's View: E-Prime Police Blotter Week of 3-6-17 Amanda's View: Sudden separation Amanda's View: Social dance Amanda's View: Alone time Amanda's View: Opportunity to be Op-Ed: You walked, now run Amanda's View: Unrepresented atheist Women's March on Washington: Seeing is believing Amanda's View: President Obama’s Farewell Speech Amanda's View: The market for millennials Amanda's View: Ethnic Amanda's View: Newsletter Amanda's View: Turning down the heat Amanda's View: “Spring Breakers” Amanda's View: Gift Amanda's View: Sharing Harry and Fantastic Beasts Amanda's View: Oma's Thanksgiving Amanda's View: "Amanda stands with Trump" Amanda's View: Addiction, face-to-face, part two: Tricks and triggers Editorial: No taxation without transparency -- Residents want more information Amanda's View: Addiction, face-to-face: Part One Amanda's View: Champion Amanda's View: Photo Sphere Police Blotter Week of 3-6-17 03/06/2017 Break-in at storage unit on SW Avalon Way A manager of a storage unit facility located on the 2900 block of SW Avalon Way called officers around noon on Friday, Feb. 24 to report a burglary. He explained that between 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 23 and 9 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 24, someone opened the swinging door to a unit, bending the storage bolt and allowing entry to the space. The victim visited the facility and said nothing was missing from the storage unit. Officers were not able to find fingerprints or other evidence. Burglary at pharmacy At 8:20 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 22, officers were dispatched to a pharmacy located on the 5200 block of California Ave SW to investigate a burglary. The store manager said that two male teens entered the store and took two bottles of an unknown substance from behind the counter before running away on foot westbound on Dawson St. The suspects did not hurt anyone, have a weapon or say anything to witnesses. A K9 unit searched the area for suspects but was unable to locate them. Attempted burglary in garage on 9 Ave SW A woman residing on the 8400 block of 9 Ave SW called police around 9:40 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 22 to report a burglary that occurred overnight. She showed officers her detached garage. There was a footprint on the main door – and officers believe someone tried to kick it in. They also thought that the garage door looked like someone had tried to drive into it. The woman’s car was damaged where the door hit it. She did not believe that anything was stolen. Violence on Erskine Way SW Officers received a call reporting a fight at 4800 Erskine Way SW around 2:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21. When they found the victim, he was sitting in the parking lot, bleeding from a cut on his face and covered in blood on his face and shirt. He said he did not know who assaulted him or what the suspect looked like. He did not want to give any information. A witness was finishing work at 7-11 and heard a commotion in the parking lot. When the witness looked outside, he saw the suspect kicking the victim before running away southbound on California Ave SW. The Seattle Fire Department arrived and told the victim that he needed to go to the hospital, but he did not want to go. He did allow the fire fighters to bandage his wound. They discovered a stab wound is in right armpit – and transported him to the hospital. Officers searched the area for the victim but were unable to find him. We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. They are moderated and objectionable comments will be removed. View the discussion thread. Please send us your news tips, photos or ideas of how we can better cover your neighborhood. Email us at WestSeattle@robinsonnews.com or TEXT news tips to 206-459-6717 Receive updates on news and events in the West Seattle neighborhood via Twitter! 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