A Seattle Police Department mobile precinct is parked on the sidewalk on Third Avenue between Pike and Pine streets on Tuesday, a half block from last week’s shooting. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
A Seattle Police Department mobile precinct is parked on the sidewalk on Third Avenue between Pike and Pine streets on Tuesday, a half block from last week's shooting. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
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A Seattle Police Department mobile precinct is parked on the sidewalk on Third Avenue between Pike and Pine streets on Tuesday, a half block from last week’s shooting. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
A Seattle Police Department mobile precinct is parked on the sidewalk on Third Avenue between Pike and Pine streets on Tuesday, a half block from last week's shooting. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
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Seattle police consider opening downtown storefront after fatal shooting

On Monday, City Councilmember Andrew Lewis called for the city to take that step, and on Tuesday, Police Chief Carmen Best said it may happen, though discussions are ongoing and no site has been selected. Updated

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A Seattle Police Department mobile precinct is parked on the sidewalk on Third Avenue between Pike and Pine streets on Tuesday, a half block from last week’s shooting. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
A Seattle Police Department mobile precinct is parked on the sidewalk on Third Avenue between Pike and Pine streets on Tuesday, a half block from last week's shooting. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
Local Politics

Seattle police consider opening downtown storefront after fatal shooting

On Monday, City Councilmember Andrew Lewis called for the city to take that step, and on Tuesday, Police Chief Carmen Best said it may happen, though discussions are ongoing and no site has been selected. Updated