SeaTac Police Make Marijuana Bust

July 3-On July 1, Detective Frazier of the SeaTac Street Crimes Unit observed activity occurring in the SeaTac grocery store parking lot that appeared narcotics related.  Further investigation led to the seizure of a moving van believed to contain a large amount of marijuana, along with an SUV.  As the investigation continued, detectives discovered thatContinue reading “SeaTac Police Make Marijuana Bust”

King County Sheriff’s Office Memorial

June 26-On December 2nd, 2016 the King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) unveiled a memorial honoring the 18 members of our department who lost their lives in the line of duty since the founding of the KCSO in 1853. Today, on the anniversary of the passing of Sergeant Samuel A. Hicks, we want to take aContinue reading “King County Sheriff’s Office Memorial”

Car Thieves Strike Again

June 26-King County sheriff’s Office continues to see cars being stolen as they are warming up or left running in front of homes. On June 18, a deputy was dispatched to a vehicle theft which had occurred near the 18800 BLK of 33 AVE S in SeaTac. The owner explained he had left his vehicleContinue reading “Car Thieves Strike Again”

Sheriff’s Office Reforms Policy, Seeks Approval from Eight Can’t Wait

June 19-The King County Sheriff’s Office is always evaluating our current policies and looking for ways to evolve and improve. After the tragic and troubling death of George Floyd on May 25th in Minneapolis, Sheriff Mitzi G. Johanknecht ordered a further review of our Use of Force policies to look for opportunities to clarify orContinue reading “Sheriff’s Office Reforms Policy, Seeks Approval from Eight Can’t Wait”

Lost Elderly Woman Helped by Good Samaritans and Officers

May 22- On Tuesday May 12, Community Services Officers (CSO) Sana Wight and Regina Burke were called to a report of a vulnerable elderly woman who was found wandering and confused. The woman showed up at a stranger’s house believing she had lived at the house for the last 30 years. Neighbors quickly banded togetherContinue reading “Lost Elderly Woman Helped by Good Samaritans and Officers”

National Police Week

May 15-This is National Police Week. 18 King County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and 1 K-9 have been killed in the line of duty over the years. All are honored on our Memorial Wall outside the Sheriff’s headquarters in the courthouse in downtown Seattle. All 19 souls are heroes who died protecting us. We will neverContinue reading “National Police Week”

Murder Suspect Sought

May 15-King County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Detectives are attempting to locate a second homicide suspect in the April 24, 2020 shooting death of a 22 year old man in SeaTac. King County Prosecutors have charged 17 year old Eddie Lee Lewis Sulcer with Murder 2nd degree and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm 1st degree.Continue reading “Murder Suspect Sought”

U-Visa/T-Visa Programs

May 15- Ensuring the safety of all people in King County is our number one priority. The U-Visa/T-Visa programs can help certain crime victims feel safer reporting crimes. We’re committed to serving our immigrant and refugee communities and these programs provide an opportunity for immigration protection for victims of qualifying crimes, and qualifying family members,Continue reading “U-Visa/T-Visa Programs”

Help Catch School Vandals

May 15-The King County Sheriff’s Office has seen quite a few of these school break-ins lately. This time Madrona Elementary School, located in the 20300 Block of 32 AVE S, SeaTac was targeted. On May 6, 2020, around 11:30 AM, unknown suspect(s) threw this large rock at an exterior door breaking the glass. Once inside,Continue reading “Help Catch School Vandals”

Four-Legged Officer Catches Suspect in SeaTac

May 15-Early Friday morning, May 8, just before 2 AM, deputies were out on a court order violation where the suspect had fled from the 21000 Block of International Blvd S, SeaTac. The suspect had not only violated the no contact order he had two other warrants for his arrest for Domestic Violence related crimes.Continue reading “Four-Legged Officer Catches Suspect in SeaTac”