Retired Seattle Police Officers Association
 

OFFICER ROBERT R. ALLSHAW – EOW: 11-11-1968
Around 8:00 p.m. on November 11, 1968, two masked men with handguns entered the Pinehurst IGA store at 11552 15 Ave. NE. A citizen standing across the street saw them. He called the Seattle Police. After entering the store, one suspect herded several customers and a clerk into a back room. The other suspect forced another clerk to empty the cash drawers. That suspect also took the clerk’s wallet. In all, about $1,100 was taken.

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OFFICERS TRENT SICKLES & THEODORE STEVENS – EOW: 11-26-1935
Charles S. Maskell lived at 8815 E. Roosevelt Way. On Tuesday morning, November 26, 1935, some strange noises awakened him and his wife. He looked out his window, and saw a male lurking in the shadows in front of the Elk Tavern at 8904 E. Roosevelt Way. He could see the tail light of an automobile parked around the corner. At 4:50 a.m. he called the Seattle Police. SPD called the King County Sheriff. At that time, and until 1954, Seattle’s north city limit was 85th Street. Seattle police officers and King County deputies were both dispatched to the call as a burglary in progress.

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