Update 2:47 p.m. Seattle police say the stabbing at Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission came after two men got into an argument over their place in the lunch line. The 55-year-old suspect fled the building at 318 Second Avenue South, but was detained by witnesses outside, police said. Officers recovered a knife from the scene. The suspect was booked into King County Jail for…More
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An 82-year-old man arrested in the shooting of a younger man inside Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission on Wednesday has been released from police custody. Roger Mize was arrested after Darren “Jerome” Nelson, 45 was shot twice, according to police. “He was brought to the homicide office and released pending further investigation,” said police spokesman Mark Jamieson. Police…More
Election season is over, and the season of giving is beginning. Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission is hoping that will help it collect 2,000 donated turkeys so that thousands of local low-income and homeless people can have a proper Thanksgiving. The mission’s One Meal/One Hope program has 13 turkeys so far, and it wants to collect 1,987…More