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PoliceReport-2013146029

PoliceReport-2013146029

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SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
GENERAL OFFENSE HARDCOPY
WEB RELEASE - SOME REDACTIONS PER RCW 42.56.240GO# 2013-146029 INACTIVE1305-0 ASSLT-AGG-WEAPON
For:
6206
Printed On:
May-03-2013 (Fri.)
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General Offense Information
Operational status:
INACTIVE
Reported on:
May-01-2013 (Wed.) 2040
Occurred on:
May-01-2013 (Wed.) 2040
Approved on:
May-01-2013 (Wed.)
by:
4729 - MURRAY, RONALD L
Report submitted by:
6628 - LETIZIA, MICHELE G
Org unit:
EAST PCT 3RD W - EDWARD
Address:
1200 BLOCK PINE ST
Municipality:
SEATTLE
 
Offenses (Completed/Attempted)
Offense: #
1 1305-0 ASSLT-AGG-WEAPON - COMPLETED
Location:
OTHER/UNKNOWN
Offender suspected of using:
NOT APPLICABLE
Criminal activity:
GANG - NONE/UNKNOWN
Weapon type:
BLUNT OBJECT
Offense: #
2 2903-0 PROPERTY DAMAGE-NON RESIDENTIA - COMPLETED
Location:
OTHER/UNKNOWN
Offender suspected of using:
NOT APPLICABLE
Weapon type:
BLUNT OBJECT
 
SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
GENERAL OFFENSE HARDCOPY
WEB RELEASE - SOME REDACTIONS PER RCW 42.56.240GO# 2013-146029 INACTIVE1305-0 ASSLT-AGG-WEAPON
For:
6206
Printed On:
May-03-2013 (Fri.)
Page
2
of 
5
Related Text Page(s)
Document:
NARRATIVE
Author:
6628 - LETIZIA, MICHELE G
Subject:
OFC. LETIZIA'S NARRATIVE
Related date/time:
May-01-2013 (Wed.) 2145
============ GENERAL OFFENSE INITIAL INVESTIGATION NARRATIVE =============--1 BACK-UP OFFICER(s): (NAMES, SERIAL #'s, & ROLES IN INCIDENT){#5313 -->}-2 CHARGES: REQUESTED ONLY [ ] BOOKED KCJ [ ] BOOKED YSC [ ]CHARGE DESCRIPTION: {N/A -->}-3 ARREST SCREENED BY: (SUPERVISOR'S NAME & SERIAL){N/A -->}-4 PHOTOS UPLOADED TO DEMS?: [N] (Y/N) 5 RECORDED STATEMENTS UPLOADED TO DEMS?: [N] (Y/N)-6 DIGITAL IN-CAR VIDEO(s) UPLOADED?: [N] (Y/N) FLAGGED?: [N] (Y/N)RECORDING OFFICER(s) NAMES, SERIAL #'s{N/A -->}-7 DNA / FORENSIC EVIDENCE SUBMITTED?: [N] (Y/N)-8 FINGERPRINTSFINGERPRINTS SEARCH MADE?: [N] (Y/N)EVIDENCE OR CARDS SUBMITTED?: [Y] (Y/N)ANALYSIS REQUEST SUBMITTED?: [Y] (Y/N)COMPARISON REQUEST SUBMITTED?: [N] (Y/N)-9 FELONY ALERT PACKET SUBMITTED?: [N] (Y/N)OFFICER SUBMITTING: [N/A ]FOLLOW-UP UNIT DESTINATION: [ ]-10 USE OF FORCE REPORT SUBMITTED?: [N] (Y/N)-11 LIST ALL HARD-COPY PAPERWORK SUBMITTED:(ex; WRITTEN STATEMENTS, AUTO THEFT REPORTS, DV SUPPLEMENTALS, ETC){None -->}--
 
SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
GENERAL OFFENSE HARDCOPY
WEB RELEASE - SOME REDACTIONS PER RCW 42.56.240GO# 2013-146029 INACTIVE1305-0 ASSLT-AGG-WEAPON
For:
6206
Printed On:
May-03-2013 (Fri.)
Page
3
of 
5
12 VICTIM INJURIES:{V/
 
sustained two minor cuts, one each to the two middle fingersof her left hand. V/
 
additionally complained of pain to the leftside of her face/head from being struck with the bottle. SFD responded tothe scene and provided on-scene medical attention. Despite SFD'srecommendation, V
 
did not want to go to the hospital for furthermedical attention.-->}-13 INCIDENTAL PROPERTY DAMAGE: (DESCRIPTION & VALUE){V/
 
vehicle,
 
sustained a shattered frontdriver-side door window from a bottle thrown by anAnarchist/Protester/Activist. V
 
was not able to provide anestimate for the damage repair.-->}-14 VEHICLE IMPOUNDED?: [N] (Y/N)STORAGE LOCATION: [N/A ]-15 INITIAL INCIDENT DESCRIPTION / NARRATIVE:{On 05-01-2013 at about 2054 hrs while working uniformed patrol as 3E1 inthe City of Seattle, I responded to the 1200 BLK# of Pine St to investigatea report of a bottle being thrown through a vehicle window: "...4 AGO,PROTESTOR THREW GLASS BOTTLE AT CALLERS WINDOW, SHATTERED IT AND CUT HERHAND...". When I arrived, I found V
 
near her vehicle
 
Initially, V/
 
was terrified/very visiblyshaken/crying/sobbing. Eventually, V/
 
was able to calm down andtell me the following: V
 
was driving West-bound on E Pine St. As V
 
crossedMelrose Ave, she encountered vehicular traffic that had been stopped by theAnarchists/Protesters/Activists "...marching..." as part of "May-Day".Additionally, there were several Anarchists/Protesters/Activists walking inthe travel lane, causing the traffic stoppage. As V
 
waited fortraffic to move, and without warning or provocation, an unidentifiedAnarchist/Protester/Activist threw the referenced bottle through her frontdriver-side door window. This caused the window to shatter and spray overV
 
causing the injuries to her hand. Additionally, the bottlecontinued through the now shattered window and struck V
 
on theleft side of her face/head, causing pain. V
 
did not see theAnarchist/Protester/Activist who threw the bottle. As V/
 
remainedstopped and in shock, an unidentified male assisted her in moving hervehicle to the parking lot and getting out of her vehicle. This maleidentified himself only as and left two phone numbers withV/
 
was not on-scene when I arrived. I tried to call
 
at both of the phone numbers he gave to V/
 
but I was notable to reach him. I collected the bottle and submitted it for fingerprint

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