Deputies shoot burglary suspect, 1 escapes

SEATTLE — A King County sheriff’s spokeswoman says deputies shot and wounded a burglary suspect while another escaped.

Spokeswoman Sgt. DB Gates says deputies were responding to a burglary call in SeaTac, where a woman called to report two intruders in her home Tuesday afternoon. Gates says the woman and a 3-year-old child were inside the home during the break-in and hid in a room.

Deputies arrived at the home soon after.

Gates says a confrontation happened outside the house, adding one of the men “charged” at the deputies. She says a Taser was deployed but did not stop the man, who was then shot at by deputies. The second man, described to be in his 20s, fled on foot.

Gates did not know if the suspect was armed, nor his condition at the hospital.

Police dogs are looking for the suspect who escaped.

More in Local News

Bicycle tour raises money for dialysis patients

Volunteers also shared health information and put together care packages for homeless women.

Elderly couple escape serious injuries in crash with train

The driver drove down tracks instead of a road, hitting a slow-moving train near Stanwood.

Boeing reaches out to schools

Company employees helped Everett students at recent reading and Manufacturing Day events.

5-vehicle collision sends school bus into ditch; no injuries

No students were hurt when a school bus crashed into… Continue reading

Fire crew returns early from wildfires in Northern California

Four Everett firefighters returned from battling California wildfires late Thursday… Continue reading

Theft lands former insurance salesman 50 days in jail

A former insurance salesman is expected to report to jail… Continue reading

Pair of intrepid musicians climb N. Cascades summits to play

Rose Freeman and Anastasia Allison pack their instruments up mountains for high-altitude recitals.

Everett mayoral campaign is one of the priciest ever

Many campaign donors are giving to both Cassie Franklin and Judy Tuohy.

Herald columnist Julie Muhlstein (left) and Elizabeth Reed, of Snohomish, share something humorous during an interview at Reed’s Snohomish High School Class of 1942 reunion in September 2016. Muhlstein is marking 20 years as a columnist, with about 3,000 of them published in The Herald. Counting her early days as a reporter and editor, she has been with The Herald for 36 years. (Dan Bates / Herald file)
3,000 stories in 20 years: Here are some of my favorites

As a Daily Herald columnist, I’ve met remarkable people and learned much since 1997.

Most Read