Police Blotter 11-9-09 Stranger in the night

Around 6 a.m. Saturday, some residents in the 4000 block of 36th SW heard someone knocking at the door. When they discovered that the “someone” was a man dressed only in underwear, they decided to call 911. Officers spoke with the intoxicated fellow who didn't know where he was. It turns out he was wanted on a warrant from Spokane, so he was booked into King County Jail.

On Tuesday afternoon, two West Seattle High School students were caught drinking alcohol on school property. One of the girls had to be taken to Swedish for treatment. Although the girls said they'd been given the alcohol by a Sealth student, they refused to identify him.

As two women walked their dogs near 47th and Fontanelle, they were attacked by two dogs that jumped out of a parked truck. One of the women suffered bites to the leg, and the other woman's poodle was bit in the chest. A man drove off with the dogs before officers arrived.

Wednesday evening, a citizen called 911 to report someone impersonating an officer near 44th and Myrtle. Officers arrived to find a 2005 blue Crown Victoria with red and blue lights mounted on the windshield, a large flashlight in the center console and handcuffs on a spotlight. The owner, a 23-year-old resident of Snohomish, told officers that this setup gets him through traffic more quickly and prevents the State Patrol from “bothering” him. The Seattle officers confiscated the red and blue lights, which led the suspect (who stated that he'd always wanted to be a cop) to say that his lawyers were going to “have a field day.” He may face charges of impersonating a police officer.

Thursday morning around 10:30, a man approached a woman at the bus stop at 38th and Morgan, implied he had a gun, and then stole her purse.

Late Thursday, two men—one wearing a hockey mask—robbed the Super 24 (5400 block of Delridge) at gunpoint. Friday night, two Hispanic males wearing dark hoodies and bandanas over their faces displayed a gun and robbed Tervo's Mini Mart (4400 block of 36th) on Friday night. They fled in a white Ford Taurus sedan and remain at large. And just after midnight, a similar incident occurred at the Delridge Deli Mart (3800 block of Delridge Way). In this instance there were three Hispanic males in a similar disguise.

Burglaries/break-ins/car prowls by block: 10400 Maplewood Pl. SW, 4300 SW Walker, 1500 California Ave. SW, 3700 SW Monroe, 8000 37th SW, 4900 SW Canada Dr., 4100 SW Dakota (2), 9200 45th SW, 3800 44th SW, 4000 Beach Dr. SW, California Ave. SW @ SW Graham, 8800 38th SW, 2600 Walnut SW, 2600 SW Andover, 4000 59th SW, 6000 Lanham Pl. SW, 5400 23rd SW, 9200 30th SW, 8800 3rd S, 9400 24th SW

Memorial Scholarship The West Seattle High School Alumni Association plans to establish a scholarship in the name of Seattle Police Officer Timothy Brenton, the West Seattle High School graduate (Class of 1988) who was murdered in Leschi on Halloween night. In order to provide a scholarship to a 2010 graduate, donations must total at least $1,000. To contribute, send a check (tax deductible) to the Association in care of West Seattle High School, 3000 California Ave. SW, Seattle, 98126 and indicate that the donation is for the Brenton Memorial.

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On Tuesday afternoon, two West Seattle High School students were

On Tuesday afternoon, two West Seattle High School students were caught drinking alcohol on school property. One of the girls had to be taken to Swedish for treatment. Although the girls said they'd been given the alcohol by a Sealth student, they refused to identify him.

Dear Editor of the west seattle herald,
I am sad that these two girls choose booze but at least they don't have a drug charge on their record, or wait maybe they do -isn't alcohol a drug after all at least while they are underage?
I do know that their parents are devastated if they aren't too drunk themselves
I hope their hangovers aren't too bad!
Maybe they should have chosen a safer substance like cannabis instead and kept that hidden from the school.
My son has never taken a drink or smoked any cannabis but he votes for changing the drug laws concerning the herb. I use it as medicine for Hep-C (an incurable disease) and always told him the truth, I think he came out better this way,
I am so thankfull.
Darral Good