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Burglar Breaks into Escape Room Calls 911 When He Can't Get Out

July 13, 2018
The Clark County Sheriff's Office responded to NW Escape Experience looking for the burglar who reportedly took a cell phone, TV remote and a beer from the fridge prior to calling authorities. More Here.

Video: Burglar Breaks into Escape Room, Calls 911 When He Can't Get Out

July 13, 2018
The Clark County Sheriff's Office responded to NW Escape Experience looking for the burglar who reportedly took a cell phone, TV remote and a beer from the fridge prior to calling authorities.

Video: Washington Officer Picks American Flag Up from the Ground

July 9, 2018
A Marysville (WA) police officer was on patrol on the Fourth of July and noticed an American Flag that had fallen to the ground.

Washington Officer Picks American Flag Up from the Ground

July 9, 2018
A Marysville (WA) police officer was on patrol on the Fourth of July and noticed an American Flag that had fallen to the ground.

Washington Officer Gives Boy New Bike

July 4, 2018
The officer, identified on the agency's Facebook page as Officer Clift, encountered the boy at Birch Creek Apartments Monday and noticed the bike he was riding was in bad shape.

Washington Police Union Says Officers Are Quitting Over City Politics

June 29, 2018
The Seattle Police Guild called the departures a “mass exodus” that would affect public safety.

Washington Department Set to Update its Use-of-Force Policy

June 28, 2018
Chief Craig Meidl said that most of the department is already using the proposed principles and tactics — including using time, distance, cover and de-escalation — but said that some officers who “could benefit from those being codified in an official policy.”

Washington to Allow Non-citizens to Apply for Police Jobs

June 21, 2018
Legislators in Washington state passed Senate Bill 6145, which changes the qualifications for police and firefighter jobs to include “legal permanent residents” with a clean criminal record.

Washington Officer Earns 2017 Stop Stick Hit of the Year Honor

June 20, 2018
Effective and safe use of the Stop Stick Tire Deflation Device has earned Officer Joe Stark the 2017 Stop Stick "Hit King" award. An assault with a weapon call, attempt to elude, and harassment threat to kill, made this situation dangerous to law enforcement and the general public.

Civilian Bystander Hailed as Hero for Stopping Gunman on Father’s Day

June 18, 2018
A Walmart customer is being “hailed as a hero” after he killed a gunman who wounded two people during a confrontation in Tumwater, Washington on Sunday evening.

Seattle Police Develop New Tactics to Counter “Sleeping Dragon” Protests

June 7, 2018
Seattle police spokesman Sgt. Sean Whitcomb said members of ART are specially trained officers who have the knowledge, experience and equipment to cut through plastic and metal without hurting protesters. Because sleeping dragons vary in composition, the team relies on different tools, he said.

52-Year-Old Cadet Graduates from Washington State Academy

June 7, 2018
Andrews says he feared his co-cadets would treat him differently, but other than a couple of odd looks in the early days of the academy, he said everyone accepted him.

Seattle Officer Arrests Man for Throwing Kitten on Pavement

June 6, 2018
Horrified the woman approached the man and offered him $100 for the cat, but he threw a bottle at her in response, police said. More Here.

Video: Seattle Officer Arrests Man for Throwing Kitten on Pavement

June 6, 2018
Horrified, the woman approached the man and offered him $100 for the cat, but he threw a bottle at her in response, police said.

Video: Seattle Officer Faces Discipline for Taking Down Ice Ax-Wielding Man

May 7, 2018
In the video, the man clearly refuses to stop. He also won’t follow commands, even though officers repeatedly order him to “drop the ice ax.”

Seattle Officer Faces Discipline for Taking Down Ice Ax-Wielding Man

May 7, 2018
In the video, the man clearly refuses to stop. He also won’t follow commands, even though officers repeatedly order him to “drop the ice ax.” More Here.

Man Threatens Officers with Axes, Arrested After Standoff at Washington Motel

April 11, 2018
Police said the man ripped out the hot water tank and stove and threw them out of a room, along with chairs and other items. He also reportedly threw tools at officers.

DUI Suspect Charged in Crash That Broke Washington Deputy's Neck

April 10, 2018
Deputy Sydney Davis, 25, was hospitalized in a critical care unit after the wreck Thursday. She was taken to St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma.

New Washington Law Gives First Responders PTSD Benefits

March 27, 2018
In the past, those claims were denied unless the illness could be attributed to a single incident, said Michael White, legislative liaison for the Washington State Council of Fire Fighters.

Washington Suspect Expresses "Love and Respect" for K-9 That Took Him Down

February 13, 2018
"Deputies handcuffed the suspect and walked him out of the woods. The suspect told the deputies that he heard the K-9 handler's warning and ignored it. 'Yeah I heard him, and I was stupid because I thought if I just hid real well the dog would not find me. Let me make this clear, I never hit the K-9. I love and respect that dog.' The suspect then looked toward the K-9 handler direction and yelled out, 'Sir, you have a good dog sir.'"
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