Puyallup police shooting

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Police shoot woman during welfare check in Puyallup; husband found dead in home

PUYALLUP, Wash. — A 34-year-old woman was taken to the hospital after being shot by police during a welfare check in Puyallup Monday night. 

Puyallup police said the woman started shooting at officers while they were trying to question her.

According to the Puyallup Police Department, the incident started around 6 p.m. when officers responded to a welfare check at the Townhomes at Mountain View, located on the 500 block of Valley Avenue NE. Police said the parents of a 31-year-old man living at the residence were concerned and called police after not hearing from him since Sunday.

Police said a couple with four children lived at the home.

After arriving at the residence, officers became suspicious when the 34-year-old woman couldn’t answer some of their questions about her husband.

According to the Pierce County Force Investigation Team (PCFIT), the 34-year-old woman came outside with a gun while officers were attempting to question her and started shooting at officers. Officers returned fire, striking the woman.

Officers gave the woman medical aid, and she was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to the PCFIT. No officers were injured.

While searching the home, officers found the 31-year-old man dead inside the bedroom. It is currently unknown how the man died.

The PCFIT is handling the investigation.   

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Suspect shot by Seattle police officer in Puyallup

Seattle Police shoot suspect in Puyallup

Officers from the Seattle Police Tactical Team shot a suspect in Puyallup early Wednesday morning.

PUYALLUP, Wash. - Seattle police officers assisting federal agents with a drug investigation shot a suspect in Puyallup early Wednesday morning. 

According to Seattle Police, it happened around 4 a.m. at 7th Ave SE and 10th Street SE. 

Investigators haven't said what led to the shooting, only that police entered the home and the suspect came downstairs before one officer fired at him, striking his lower body. 

Police recovered two guns near the suspect who was shot. He was taken to a local hospital and is expected to survive. 

The officer was not injured and has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation. 

SPD said it's tied to an FBI investigation that agents discussed in the press conference below: 

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SPD officer shoots suspect in Puyallup as FBI task force targets drug suppliers

PUYALLUP, Wash. — A massive drug operation, resulting in 12 people taken into custody, was taken down by the FBI and the Seattle police on Wednesday morning.

While law enforcement, led by the FBI Safe Streets Task Force, served 19 warrants in multiple locations, one suspect was shot and wounded in Puyallup, the Seattle Police Department confirmed.

Warrants were served in connection with a long investigation involving drug dealing and illegal weapons possession, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington confirmed.

One of the locations was at a duplex in the 1000 block of Seventh Avenue Southeast in Puyallup.

The FBI and Seattle police said they surrounded the duplex at around 3 a.m. And after announcing themselves, the law enforcement task force went inside.

“The suspect came down the stairs, and an SPD officer opened fire, hitting the suspect in the pelves. Two guns were recovered near the suspect,” Seattle Police Department Chief Adrian Diaz said.

The suspect was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. No officers were hurt.

As for the officer who shot the man, he was placed on paid administrative leave while the investigation commences.

“It resulted in the seizure of a significant amount of drugs, cocaine, crack-cocaine, methamphetamine and, in some ways most importantly, large amounts of fentanyl,” said Vince Lombardi, a supervisor with the U.S. Attorney’s Office of Western Washington.

KIRO 7 saw a photo of 50,000 fentanyl-tainted pills that were seized in the operation.

“A lot of it is coming from Mexico, but it is various sources, not just one,” said Donald Voiret, FBI special agent in charge of the Seattle Field Office.

In 2019, Lucas Beirer, a junior at Skyline High School in Sammamish died of a fentanyl overdose. The 16-year-old took what he thought was Percocet.

It was found to contain a deadly dose of fentanyl.

A month before, a classmate died the same way.

“This is just our commitment in trying to make sure that we’re doing everything we can to take these dangerous pills off the street,” Diaz said during a media briefing.

And as a part of the massive takedown, law enforcement also seized 120 guns.

“Forty-eight of those weapons, including handguns, shotguns and rifles, were recovered within just the past few hours,” Diaz stated.

The guns are expected to be tested to see if they are linked to other crimes.

The 12 people arrested were indicted on gun and weapons charges as law enforcement had hit multiple areas, including Kent, Spanaway, Renton, Seattle, Burien, Pacific and other areas.

Those indicted in this round include:

  • Cresencio Moreno Aguirre, 41, of Kent, Washington
  • David William Armer, 41, of Spanaway, Washington
  • Samuel Duarte Avila, 47, of Renton, Washington
  • Elyas Mohamed Kerow, 27, of Seattle
  • Brett David Radcliff, 21, of Puyallup, Washington
  • Sergio Reyes-Pina, 39, of Seattle
  • Herbert Dean Scott Jr., 49, of Burien, Washington
  • Rafael Ramirez, 49, of Pacific, Washington
  • Cesar Arambula, 39, of Kent, Washington
  • Raul Barreto Bejines, 50, of Redmond, Washington
  • Jorge Aguilar Duran, 42, of Issaquah, Washington
  • Viet Phi Nguyen, 34, of Seattle

“The indictments and arrests today are a follow-up to the April 7, 2021 takedown involving 24 defendants. Most of those arrested today will appear in U.S. District Court in Seattle and Tacoma this afternoon,” according to the release from the U.S. Department of Justice.

“The recent rise of violent crime – specifically crimes involving the trafficking of firearms and illegal drugs – is of great concern to the Seattle Police Department, which is why the SPD values its partnerships with federal and local law enforcement agencies. By working together, we increase our ability to arrest dangerous offenders, get them off our streets, and weapons out of their hands,” Diaz said.

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