Man exposing himself to barista tops police blotter

Man exposes himself to barista
A registered sex offender has been accused of exposing himself to a bikini barista at a coffee stand in SeaTac. The man has two similar convictions for indecent exposure in 2007 and 2009. The 25-year-old Seattle man has not yet entered a plea to the latest charge. He is currently under supervision of the state Department of Corrections.

Apartment fire in Tukwila
The Tukwila Fire Department responded to an apartment fire in the 15000 block of Military Road South in the early morning hours of August 17. Crews quickly called for a second alarm when they discovered flames in the attic space. Two second story apartments were damaged by fire, three others on the first floor sustained damage from smoke and/or water. All five units were occupied. Alert citizens assisted in waking up other residents to help evacuate the building. One firefighter was injured while battling the fire when saturated ceiling tiles fell on him. He was taken to a local hospital where he was treated and released. Damages are estimated to be around $175,000. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

Car break-ins, vandalism, prowlers and thefts
14000 blk 1st Ave. S., 12200 blk 12th Ave. S., 15800 blk 5th Ave. S.W., 16200 blk Sylvester Rd., 900 blk S.W. 152nd St., 11300 blk 26th Ave. S., 1600 blk S.W. Seahurst Park Dr., 13200 blk Ambaum Blvd S., 15600 blk 12th Ave. S.W., 12500 blk 8th Ave. S., 14600 blk 1st Ave. S., 13700 blk 10th Ave. S.W., 1200 blk S.W. 137th St., 13200 blk Ambaum Blvd. S., 100 blk S.W. 152nd St., 1200 blk S.W. 124th St., 12400 blk 28th Ave. S., 11600 blk 3rd Ave. S., 12600 blk 24th Ave. S., 13600 blk Ambaum Blvd. S., 13000 blk 23rd Ave. S.

Residential burglaries, break-ins and vandalism
17200 blk Ambaum Blvd. S., 600 blk S.W. 132nd St., 1500 blk S.W. 112th St., 1300 blk S.W. 164th St., 100 blk S. 187th St., 12000 blk 1st Ave. S., 200 blk S. 172nd Pl., 15000 blk 28th Ave. S.W., 2000 Blk S. 150th St.

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