FEDERAL WAY, Wash. -- (KCPQ) -- A vicious attack left a woman in Federal Way with broken bones in her face. It might have been motivated by her effort to help others — warning them of a man who approached her asking for directions and then began fondling himself. The victim, 35-year-old Amanda Edwards, says it started in a Safeway parking lot and ended on her walk home. “Definitely wasn’t a fair fight,” said Edwards, who choked up recalling the details.
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — A vicious attack left a woman in Federal Way with broken bones in her face. It might have been motivated by her effort to help others — warning them of a man who approached her asking for directions and then began fondling himself. The victim, 35-year-old Amanda Edwards, says it started in a Safeway parking lot and ended on her walk home. “Definitely wasn’t a fair fight,” said Edwards, who choked up recalling the details.
LAKE FOREST PARK, Wash. — Situations like the mass shooting in Texas are something that keep most law enforcement up at night. The fact this happened inside a small-town church proves that active shooter situations can happen anywhere. But as mass shootings have become more common, local tactics and training in Western Washington are beginning to change.
@WACrimeWatch@Q13FOX Happened Monday. Police are working with her to get sketch. She described him as about 6’, large build Pacific Islander male about 25-35. Possibly younger. Driving white 4 door sedan (possibly Ford) w/ damage on passenger side @Q13FOX
The victim now has FOUR fractures in her face after she believes the man followed her walking home. A neighbor called 911 when he saw her running away. Hear WHY she decided to share her story tonight on only on @Q13Foxhttps://t.co/rJdm9IVXsD
Federal Way police are looking for clues after a woman was violently attacked by man fondling his exposed genitalia while asking her for directions. He was exposing himself outside this Federal Way Safeway along 21st Ave SW. #Q13Foxhttps://t.co/deUAlbyU2U
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