Seattle police have arrested a man suspected of shooting another man in the knee last week during an attempted robbery.
The shooting occurred just after noon on Nov. 12 near the intersection of Renton Avenue South and South Ryan Street when the gunman attempted to rob the victim of his iPhone. The victim resisted and was shot during a struggle, police said.
Seattle police said robbery detectives developed information on the 20-year-old suspect, who was located yesterday at his Renton home. Police arrested the suspect as he was driving away from the house. A handgun was seized from underneath the front passenger seat, according to police.
The suspect was booked into the King County Jail for investigation of robbery and assault warrant, police said.