In a statement released on Friday, Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz addressed the recent controversy surrounding a police officer who made racist comments against his Chinese neighbor while off-duty.
Indian American Community Services (IACS) is gathering signatures for a petition to seek justice for Jaahnavi Kandula, who was fatally struck by a Seattle Police officer’s vehicle in January, and to hold the Seattle Police Department (SPD) accountable for the tragedy and disturbing comments made public last week.
Bail has been set at $30,000 for the man arrested for using a sledgehammer to smash windows at the Wing Luke Museum on Thursday.
The Consulate General of India in San Francisco issued a statement on Wednesday, calling the handling of the death of Jaahnavi Kandula “deeply troubling.”
Around town, in restaurants and in formal functions, on the street and in meetings with civic groups, Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz seems always outfitted in his uniform.
Seattle Police officers arrested a 39-year-old man for firing a handgun near the intersection of 8th Avenue South and South King Street Monday.
A 30-year-old man is in custody—in connection with a shooting that killed one woman, and her baby, injured her husband.
On June 9, Seattle police arrested a 39-year-old man who was in possession of narcotics and a stolen gun in the Chinatown-International District neighborhood.
Seattle police responded to a shooting in the 1200 block of South Lane St on May 19.
Seattle Police officers were flagged down by a woman bleeding from a wound on her head in the Chinatown-International District at around 1 a.m. on April 4.