Renton police were dispatched on Nov. 15 at approximately 6:25 a.m. to a carjacking that occurred at an apartment complex in the 900 block of Aberdeen Avenue Northeast in Renton. The victim advised police that at approximately 6 a.m., she left her vehicle parked, unlocked and running as she was inside the building, according to the department.
Three unknown men entered her vehicle, and she stated she stood behind the vehicle to prevent the men from leaving. The vehicle started to back into her at a slow speed and as the suspects headed to exit the parking lot, the suspect driver aimed what appeared to be a chrome revolver at her prior to leaving northbound. The fire department evaluated and medically cleared the victim at the scene. Police located the stolen vehicle a short time later in the 1100 block of Harrington Place Northeast, according to the department.
Renton police were dispatched on Nov. 18 at approximately 4:12 a.m. to a carjacking at Fortune Poker in the 3600 block of East Valley Road. According to the department, the victim advised that three unknown subjects approached him as he sat inside his unlocked, rented vehicle. The subjects demanded he hand them the vehicle keys, resulting in a brief struggle where one of the suspects threatened to shoot the victim, and ripped the keys out of his hand. The suspects fled the scene in the stolen vehicle.
Chased with a hatchet
Renton police were dispatched on Nov. 15 at approximately 4:36 p.m. to a physical domestic call in the 112500 block of Southeast 166th Street in Renton. According to the department, the reporting party advised his girlfriend chased him around the home with a hatchet in her hand. The reporting party advised police that they would wait outside the residence for the arrival of officers. Following an investigation into the incident, police determined the victim’s girlfriend to be the main aggressor in the incident, arresting her for felony assault and transporting her to jail. No injuries were reported in the incident, according to the department.
Renton police were dispatched on Nov. 11 at approximately 7:18 a.m. to a physical assault at Valley Medical Center in Renton. The reporting party advised that a man spit in an employee’s face. The reporting party advised they wanted the subject trespassed and told dispatch the victim wanted to prosecute. Officers located the suspect in the area after he left the scene on foot. Following an investigation into the incident, police arrested the man for assault in the fourth degree and transported him to jail without further incident, according to the department.