Woman assaulted in elevator; man threatens RV residents

A woman’s refusal to enter into a romantic relationship with a man led to an attack in her North Seattle apartment elevator May 24, according to the Seattle Police Department.According to police, the man had been harassing her for several weeks after her refusal of him. She filed a police report for the harassment May 23.At 10:32 p.m. the following night in the 14000 block of Linden Avenue North, the man and another woman got into the elevator with the woman, and the man said, “That is her,” according to police.The woman with the man began punching the woman in the face, according to police. After the assault, the attacker said, “That’s for being a snitch,” according to police.The woman was transported to Northwest Hospital for blurred vision and a sore face.Police could not locate the attacker or the man she was with.Two days earlier in the 12000 block of North Park Avenue North, a belligerent 65-year-old man knocked on the door of an RV at 9:16 p.m. and asked its elderly female View full post on “drunk” News

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