Burien fugitive tops police blotter

Fugitive found at Burien apartment
The King County Sheriffʼs Gang Unit got information about the location of a fugitive. Clorissa Bossart was spotted on the balcony of her new boyfriendʼs apartment at the Fox Cove apartments in the 100 block of S.W. 160th Street. Deputies say she tried to hide her face from them and cried when they took her into custody saying she knew she was wanted but didnʼt want to turn herself in. The 19 year old is accused of threatening her own grandmother and then attacking a 54 year old woman who came to her grandmaʼs help, knocking her unconscious, busting up her face, ripping out a chunk of her hair and breaking her rib. She had warrants for assault and theft.

Shooting in Burien
Sheriff's deputies responded to a shooting in the area of South 156th Street and 4th Avenue South. Residents of an apartment complex called 911 to report that they heard a gunshot and found a male, bleeding in a stairwell of their building. Deputies arrived and found the victim, a 31 year old Burien resident. The victim told the deputies that he walked out the bathrooms at nearby Moshier Park and immediately saw a black male holding a handgun. The victim ran and was shot one time in the lower extremities. The victim was transported to Harborview Hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound.

Car break-ins, vandalism, prowlers and theft
400 blk S.W. 154th St., 600 blk S.W. 144th Pl., 100 blk S.W. 154th St., 500 blk S.W.
152nd St., 15400 blk 4th Ave. S.W., 1000 blk S.W. 150th St., 200 blk S. 162nd St.,
15000 blk 26th Ln. S., 3000 blk S. 154th St., 1200 blk S. 144th Way, 1000 blk S.W.
128th St., 13200 blk 6th Ave. S.W., 12000 blk 30th Ave. S.W., 15700 blk 1st Ave. S.,
11800 blk 26th Ave. S.W., 1200 blk S.W. 124th St., 13400 blk 1st Ave. S.W., 14000 blk
1st Ave. S., 14000 blk Ambaum Blvd. S.,

Residential burglaries and break-ins
16000 blk 9th S.W., 13800 blk 2nd Ave. S.W., 1000 blk S.W. 139th St., 400 blk S. 146th
St., 12200 blk 2nd Ave. S., 400 blk S.W. 155th St.,

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