As Washingtonians honor former military personnel on Veterans Day, Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington urge consumers to remain vigilant against scammers targeting veterans.
At 8:36 pm Thursday, November 5, Jesse Suhanec surrendered to police at a house in the 15200 block of Fern Street SW in Tillicum.
TILLICUM – Thursday morning, at approximately 10:06 AM, a shooting occurred at the 15200 block of Grant Avenue SW in the Tillicum area of Lakewood. After the initial report of the shooting, we got a report of a male victim collapsed in his vehicle with gunshot wounds in the parking lot of the Popeye’s Restaurant located at the 15200 block of Union Avenue. It was later determined that the victim had been shot on Grant Avenue and drove himself to Popeye’s. The victim was rushed to a local hospital suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. The victim’s condition is unknown.
Online dining can be both convenient and affordable if done correctly, but Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington warns of malicious tricks aimed at stealing customer’s identities and their money.
“Lakewood police are trying to identify a man who raped a 13-year-old girl at gunpoint on July 27. The girl was walking in the 2500 block of 84th Street South near Wards Lake Park when the man approached and pointed a handgun at her.” Read the rest of Stacia Glenn’s story on The News Tribune website.
On August 27, 2015, at approximately 10:44pm, 36 year old Daniel R. Guerin was located in the parking lot of Seeley Lake Park (9200 Lakewood Dr. SW) suffering from stab wound(s). Daniel subsequently died from his injuries. Daniel was near his vehicle, which is a blue 2003 Chevrolet pick-up. The Lakewood Police Department is investigating this incident as a homicide and is requesting the public’s help with any information related to this death investigation.
DuPont, Wash. — With emotions running high today because of the three firefighter deaths in Washington State, Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington and the Washington State Attorney General’s Office strongly urge well-intended donors to use extreme caution before giving to wildfire relief efforts.
From the Lakewood Police Department:
On Saturday, July 18 2015, Anthony (Tony) Charles Bowers (54-year-old male) was visiting the Lakewood/Tacoma area. At 3 p.m., Tony went to the Lakewood Walmart (7001 Bridgeport Way W) to buy some food for the reunion being held at Manitou Park (4330 S 66th St) in Tacoma. Sometime between leaving Walmart (between 4:50 p.m. and 5 p.m.) and returning to the park, investigators believe Tony may have received a serious head injury.
It’s the day many football fans have been waiting for: single-game tickets for the Seahawks go on sale today. Last year the coveted tickets sold out within minutes, leaving many fans desperate to find alternative ways to score tickets. Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington reminds consumers to tread carefully when searching for tickets, considering a number of them may be fake.
The Town of Steilacoom has released crime statistics through June 2015 with comparison to the 2014.