1 Injured in White Center Car Accident
WHITE CENTER, WA (January 9, 2019) – A King County Sheriff’s Deputy sustained injuries after an intentional hit and run on January 7.
The deputy was reported to be responding to a shoplifting call at the Safeway near 9600 block of 28th Avenue SW when the incident occurred.
A female suspect was detained but the female suspect who struck the deputy, together whit her boyfriend escaped the scene by speeding.
The extent of the deputy’s injuries is non-life threatening. He was taken to Harborview Medical Center for treatment.
As of Monday night, the information released by the King County Sheriff’s Office about the suspects who escaped were as follows: the escape vehicle is a 1996 Lexus LS with the license plate number BJX9158.
It is believed that the female suspect who escaped is 18-year-old Khalia Wimberly who has an active, temporary warrant for her for this case. Meanwhile, her boyfriend is 19-year-old Davevion Irving. He has no active warrant for this case but he is facing an active felony warrant for assault and robbery.
King County Sheriff’s Office revealed that Irving is known to run from police.
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