SeaTac Helps Disabled Man with Food

April 1- SeaTac officers were called to a financial facility where a man was facing difficulties. Upon arrival, officers learned the developmentally disabled man needed food but his account was overdrawn. When SeaTac officers heard the man’s story, they took up a quick collection and made sure the man was able to buy himself food.Continue reading “SeaTac Helps Disabled Man with Food”

AG FERGUSON STATEMENT ON COVID-19 SCAMS

March 5-Attorney General Bob Ferguson offers the following statement warning consumers about possible scams preying on COVID-19 fears: “Scammers often prey on fear. As the COVID-19 outbreak and response continue, Washingtonians may see people advertising products or services they claim treat or cure the disease. There is no specific antiviral treatment recommended for COVID-19 atContinue reading “AG FERGUSON STATEMENT ON COVID-19 SCAMS”

King County Sheriff’s Office Will Not Execute Court Ordered Evictions

March 17- Sheriff Mitzi G. Johanknecht continues to make adjustments to our public facing, non-emergency services to increase social distancing, in light of the COVID-19 health crisis. Sheriff Johanknecht has informed Presiding Superior Court Judge James Rogers that, effective immediately, the King County Sheriff’s Office will not execute court-ordered evictions in King County until furtherContinue reading “King County Sheriff’s Office Will Not Execute Court Ordered Evictions”

Additional Health Safety Measures Being Taken In Light of COVID-19

March 17- Sheriff Mitzi G. Johanknecht has announced additional measures to increase social distancing, in light of COVID-19, regarding some of our public facing services. Effective immediately, the King County Sheriff’s Office will not process any new Concealed Pistol License (CPL) applications. These applications require fingerprinting in close quarters that we do not think isContinue reading “Additional Health Safety Measures Being Taken In Light of COVID-19”

SeaTac Police Make Drug Bust

March 13-On March 6, 2020, SeaTac police undercover detectives, assisted by the Criminal Investigative Unit and Patrol, along with undercover units from Burien, Sound Transit and the Gang Unit, executed three search warrants at residences in the City of SeaTac and Tukwila. These warrants were the culmination of an investigation that involved two subjects whoContinue reading “SeaTac Police Make Drug Bust”

Pedestrian Safety Focus of SeaTac PD

February 28-The SeaTac Police Department’s Traffic Unit will be conducting another emphasis next week, focusing on pedestrian safety.  On Wednesday, March 4, SeaTac PD Traffic Units will be watching the crosswalks along International Boulevard South.  They will be contacting drivers who drive through crosswalks while they are occupied by pedestrians.  Washington Law requires drivers stopContinue reading “Pedestrian Safety Focus of SeaTac PD”

Grocery Store Shoplifting Crackdown

February 28- On Sunday, February 23, SeaTac Police supported a shoplifting emphasis at a SeaTac grocery store on Military Road South.  Five suspected shoplifters were questioned by store security and SeaTac Police Officers made three arrests for suspected shoplifting. In total, $629 worth of stolen merchandise was recovered.  The Asset Protection Manager for the storeContinue reading “Grocery Store Shoplifting Crackdown”

HOV Lane Traffic Emphasis Patrols

The SeaTac Police Department’s next traffic emphasis will be centered on HOV lane violations.  Next week, particularly on Wednesday February 26, traffic officers will be focused on the HOV lanes along International Boulevard South.  They will be contacting drivers who fail to comply with the requirement to have multiple passengers in the vehicle before usingContinue reading “HOV Lane Traffic Emphasis Patrols”