Police in Seattle recently arrested a domestic violence suspect, who was hiding right underneath their eyes. After probing in the victim's home, cops found the man hiding in a storage bin located in the couch.
Police in Seattle recently arrested a man, who was hiding right underneath their eyes. Officers responded to a domestic violence assault call at an apartment.
Cops learned that the female victim had tried to report a domestic violence incident, but the male suspect took the phone away from her and tossed it into the trash. The suspect left the home before police arrived.
Officers took a report and left, but they learned from the victim that the male suspect had three firearms that he kept in the apartment. 2 hours later, another 911 call came in from the same residence.
Police arrived on scene yet again and found that the front door of the apartment was locked.
Eventually the female victim emerged from the apartment with two small children. Although she told officers the suspect was not inside the home, law enforcement authorities still conducted a search.
They attempted to move the sectional couch in the living room and realized it felt heavier than a normal sofa. After some searching, cops found the man hiding in a storage bin located in the couch.