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Crime Seattle police arrest 1, search for 2 'armed and dangerous' suspects in McDonald's shooting

01:50  24 january  2020
01:50  24 january  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

Several people hurt in downtown Seattle shooting, suspect at large

  Several people hurt in downtown Seattle shooting, suspect at large Multiple victims were reported injured in downtown Seattle near 4th and Pine Wednesday evening when gunfire was reported by the Seattle Police Department. The incident follows less than two hours after an officer-involved shooting occurred in Belltown. The suspect is reported to have fled, though police are searching for him while officers and medics are providing first aid to the injured. Activity on 3rd Avenue is blocking all northbound lanes between Pine Street and Stewart Street, all lanes are also blocked on 3rd Avenue between Lenora Street and Bell Street, according to the Seattle Department of Transportation.

Seattle police arrested one person and are searching for two other suspects William Ray Toliver and Marquise Tolbert, 24, considered armed and dangerous Two of the seven people wounded in Wednesday night’ s shooting that killed a woman in her

The Columbus Division of Police says officers have arrested an armed and dangerous suspect wanted on murder charges for a shooting that left one man dead in

One man was arrested and two men considered "armed and dangerous" are suspects in a shooting that left one dead and seven injured after a dispute in front of a McDonald's in downtown Seattle on Wednesday night, the third shooting in the area in two days, police said.

"We need a call to action on gun violence across America and in Seattle. Gun violence anywhere is unacceptable, and it is especially jarring when it occurs in the heart of our city," Mayor Jenny Durkan said at a news conference Thursday. "We will not allow this to be the new normal."

'Not a random incident': Two suspects identified after shooting kills 1, injures 7 in Seattle

  'Not a random incident': Two suspects identified after shooting kills 1, injures 7 in Seattle Seattle Police have identified two suspects in the shooting in the tweet below and are asking anyone who has information to call 911. Investigators were searching for at least two men who got into a fight Wednesday night that ended in gunfire near Third Avenue and Pine Street in downtown Seattle. One woman was killed in the shooting. Seven others were taken to Harborview Medical Center with gunshot wounds. As of Thursday morning, four men had been released. Those that remained hospitalized were a 9-year-old boy in satisfactory condition, a 32-year-old man in satisfactory condition and a 55-year-old woman in serious condition. The woman had been critical Tuesday night.

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The suspects remain at large and are “considered armed and dangerous ,” according to police , and both have criminal charges in their pasts.

a group of people standing on a rainy night: SEATTLE, WA - JANUARY 22: EMT and Police give first aid to a shooting victim in downtown on January 22, 2020 in Seattle, Washington.© Chris Porter, Getty Images SEATTLE, WA - JANUARY 22: EMT and Police give first aid to a shooting victim in downtown on January 22, 2020 in Seattle, Washington.

The three suspects have a history of criminal activity and used illegal firearms, Durkan said. Police identified Marquise Latrelle Tolbert, 24, and William Ray Tolliver, 24 as "suspects," but no charges had been filed against them as of Thursday afternoon.

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Police did not immediately release the name of the man who was arrested.

The shooting happened in a busy area of downtown, where about 50,000 people board buses every day, Durkan said.

"Most of us in this city have walked that block about that time of day. I have done it hundreds of times, sometimes with my kids," Durkan said. "No one ... should step out of a coffee shop or get on a bus with fear of violence."

Seattle Police: Two men wanted in downtown shooting that killed 1, injured 7 others

  Seattle Police: Two men wanted in downtown shooting that killed 1, injured 7 others SEATTLE -- Investigators have identified two suspects in Wednesday's shooting in downtown Seattle that killed one person and injured seven others. Marquise Tolbert and William Ray Tolliver, both 24 years old, have a history with law enforcement and are considered armed and dangerous. Call 911 if you see them. Both suspects had warrants out for their arrest prior to the shooting, according to court records. One of the men has been arrested at least 44 times and has at least 20 criminal convictions. The other man has at least 15 convictions and 21 arrests.The chaotic scene unfolded around 5 p.m.

Police believe the shootings at Philadelphia Cheese Steak are connected with a shooting less than 30 minutes earlier at a West Seattle apartment complex, which was Police on Wednesday launched a massive search for Davis-Bell, who was described as “heavily armed and very dangerous .”

Police are searching for an armed and dangerous suspect after a deadly shooting in south Columbus.

Officers received calls around 5 p.m. about multiple gunshot victims and responded "within seconds," Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said. A woman was found dead in a heavily trafficked area, and others were injured.

"We responded immediately, and we discovered victims at the scene in about a one-block radius," Best said. "Officers immediately started lifesaving measures."

Some of the people injured may have fired shots, Best said. Investigators reviewed footage and collected evidence to determine who might have left the scene.

Police recovered multiple shell casings from three different firearms, Best said.

Fire officials took five injured people to Harborview Medical Center, Scoggins said, and two additional injured people went to the hospital on their own. Officers arrested one of the injured at the hospital. He had a gunshot wound, Best said.

Of the seven hospitalized, four were discharged, Seattle Fire Chief Harold Scoggins said Thursday. A 55-year-old woman was upgraded to serious condition Thursday, and a 32-year-old man and a 9-year-old boy were in satisfactory condition. Two of the injured underwent surgery, Scoggins said.

Seattle shooting leaves one dead, several injured, police say

  Seattle shooting leaves one dead, several injured, police say Two men are suspects in a shooting that killed one person and injured several others in downtown Seattle on Wednesday.

Three Seattle police officers were shot and wounded while trying to arrest robbery suspects in downtown Seattle on Thursday afternoon before one During the search for suspects , police were unsure how many people had been involved in the robbery and shooting . Seattle Police held a press

Edmonds Police have identified a suspect in the stabbing of two men Sunday morning at an apartment complex. A 24-year-old man considered armed and dangerous is wanted in connection with the stabbing of two men Sunday morning in 2 dead, 3 injured in overnight shooting in Tacoma.

Two of the people injured were Amazon employees, according to company spokesperson Jaci Anderson. Both employees were outside the building at the time of the shooting and were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

"We are deeply troubled by last night’s events in Seattle, and our thoughts go out to everyone impacted by this tragedy. Two of our employees were injured, and both are recovering. We are grateful to police and first responders for acting so quickly," Anderson said.

The Downtown Seattle Association, a business group, called on public officials to put an end to the crime downtown.

"Criminal activity around Third and Pine has been persistent for far too long and too often has led to violence and innocent lives lost," the statement said. "On behalf of residents, small business owners, employers and visitors, we say enough is enough."

City officials said a press conference was scheduled for 1:15 p.m. local time.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Seattle police arrest 1, search for 2 'armed and dangerous' suspects in McDonald's shooting

Men wanted by police in Seattle shooting arrested in Nevada .
SEATTLE (AP) — Two men who investigators say were involved in a downtown Seattle shooting that killed one person and injured seven others were arrested Saturday, the Seattle Police Department said. The Seattle Times and the Las Vegas Review-Journal report that Marquise Tolbert, 24, and William Tolliver, 24, were booked into jail in Clark County, Nevada, according to jail records. Tolbert and Tolliver were identified by police as suspects last week after the Jan. 22 shooting at Third Avenue and Pine Street. Records show both have lengthy arrest records. A third suspect injured in the shooting was located by police at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

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