The Seattle City Attorney’s Office this morning charged six people with misdemeanor crimes connected with yesterday’s May Day violence.
Sebastian Harris, 21: charged with obstruction of an officer and resisting arrest; he was arrested at Eighth Avenue and Howell Street;
Gregory Husted, 22: obstruction of an officer and resisting arrest; arrested in the 400 block of Olive Way;
Bryanna Stader, 27: obstruction of an officer; arrested at Sixth Avenue and Olive Way;
Paul Novasky, 44: obstruction of an officer, failure to disperse and resisting arrest; arrested at Ninth Avenue and Pine Street;
Justin Gonzalez, 25: obstructing of an officer; arrested at Eighth Avenue and Pine Street;
Devin Bahm, 20: property damage and obstruction of an officer; arrested at Boylston Avenue and East Pine Street.
Resisting arrest is a simple misdemeanor, punishable by up to 90 days in jail and a $1,000 fine, according to the city attorney’s office. Obstruction of an officer, property damage and failure to disperse are gross misdemeanors, punishable by up to 364 days in jail and a $5,000 fine.
The city attorney’s office says three others who were arrested posted bail overnight will be considered for charges at a later time.