One of the owners of a bubble tea cafe in White Center was devastated after losing her entire life savings to a fire that torched multiple businesses on July 5.
What happened: The fire started around 1:40 a.m. near the corner of 16th Ave SW and Roxbury Street in Seattle and was contained the following morning, according to Eater.
A man suspected of stealing bags and purses from more than a dozen women across neighborhoods in Seattle was arrested on Tuesday.
The allegation: James Credit, 26, allegedly targeted mostly Asian women between 40 and 80 years old near their vehicles outside grocery stores, according to the Seattle Police Department (SPD).
Two churches in the Pinecrest neighborhood of North Seattle have recently been targeted with racist messages.
“F— China” and “You will pay” were spelled out in straw or hay in the parking lot of International Full Gospel Fellowship (IFGF) Church, according to KIRO 7 News.
A suspect who is accused of hitting a Japanese high school teacher in the face with a hard object inside a sock in Seattle Chinatown has been arrested.
Seattle police said Thursday that Sean Jeremy Holdip, 41, was arrested in connection with the assault and was being held at the King County Jail, KOMO News reported. It’s unclear if bond has been set.
High School Teacher’s Nose and Teeth Damaged After Being Attacked With a ‘Rock’ in Seattle Chinatown
A Japanese American woman ended up with a fractured nose and chipped teeth after she was struck with a hard object in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District last week.
The incident, which was caught on surveillance video, occurred while Noriko Nasu and her boyfriend, Michael Poffenbarger, were walking near 7th and King Streets around 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 25.