Two in custody after Sheriff’s Office patrol cars rammed during pursuit north of Mill Creek

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Two suspects are in custody after they rammed the patrol car of the deputy attempting to contact them, which led to a pursuit ending at the intersection of 121st Street SE and 19th Ave SE on Wednesday morning July 12, 2017.
Patrol car being towed after ramming. Photo courtesy of Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.

By Shari Ireton, Director of Communications, Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Two suspects are in custody after they rammed the patrol car of the deputy attempting to contact them, which led to a pursuit ending at the intersection of 121st Street SE and 19th Ave SE on Wednesday morning, July 12, 2017.

Around 4:40 a.m., a deputy was dispatched to the area near the 3200 block of 132nd Street SE for a report of a vehicle parked in a disabled spot with the occupants sleeping inside.  The vehicle was reported to be stolen. 

As the deputy approached, the suspect driver vehicle rammed the deputy's patrol car and fled.  

A pursuit ensued and the suspect vehicle was stopped after stop sticks and PIT maneuvers were deployed.  Two female occupants of the vehicle are in custody and the female driver faces a number of charges including 1st degree assault and possession of a stolen vehicle. A male passenger was released.

The road was closed for the investigation but has since re-opened.

Three Sheriff's Office patrol cars were damaged and one deputy sustained minor injuries.

The deputy was injured when the suspect turned into his patrol car while he was attempting a PIT maneuver. He has been taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. 

The deputy whose car was rammed when first making contact with the suspects was not injured.

Editor's note: This article was edited at 10:00 am to correct the number of suspects in custody and to provide additional information regarding the incident.


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