Police activity at 74th and Greenwood

by | Oct 2, 2008

John sent us a tip and snapped these pictures of some sort of disturbance at about 6:30 p.m. that involved lots of police and some paramedics at 74th Street and Greenwood Avenue.

John writes, “At about 6:30 five police cars, two fire engines and an ambulance responded to an incident near 74th St. The activity was actually in an alley behind the ‘Foreign and Domestic Auto Repair’ building.”

“There were skid marks into the gravel alley indicating there was some sort of chase. The police were talking to a group of people and a man who was in handcuffs resting on his knees.

Thanks, John! We put in a couple calls to the Seattle Police Department to get more information, but we haven’t reached the right person yet.

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