Posts Tagged ‘crime’

(SEATTLE) Apr. 30, 2013 – Seattle government and police say they are prepared for this year’s May Day

  (SEATTLE) Apr. 30, 2012 – Seattle government and law enforcement said today that unlike the chaos that ensued in Seattle’s downtown business corridor in 2012, that they are more prepared to deal with civil unrest that could develop in tomorrow’s May Day protests that could potentially develop as seen in this file photo from […]

(VISALIA, CA) Oct. 22, 2012 – Armstrong stripped of seven Tour de France titles and earnings since 1998 following U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s investigation

Lance Armstrong, seven-time Tour de France, winner announces he has given up fight against antidoping accusations

Cycling’s international governing body announced Monday that seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, pictured in this file photo from May 20, 2010 in Visalia, California at the Tour of California, was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and all prize money he won from 1998 and be banned from further professional sports competition.  […]

(SEATTLE) May 30, 2012 – City reels after shooter’s rampage: 5 dead, many wounded in 3 neighborhoods

A Seattle Police officer leans over his police car while crime scene investigators continue their investigation at Cafe Racer in North Seattle where earlier on the day on May 30, 2012, a gunman shot two men and a woman to death. The shooter then fled to a downtown Seattle parking lot, where he fatally shot […]

The Image Arsenal covers (survives) volatile May Day protests and destruction in Seattle business district

All photos on this BLOG Post (c) Anthony Bolante/REUTERS, 2012 (SEATTLE)  May 1, 2012 – Conflict photojournalism isn’t something that I specifically seek-out in my visual reportage career.  I live and love adventure (as you all know) both at work and during my rare leisure time.   But over the years, it seems as if once every six months, […]

(SEATTLE) May 1, 2012 – May Day protestors turn violent and destroy numerous downtown Seattle storefronts

  Masked protestors use bats and wooden poles to destroy the glass storefront of an American Apparel store during May Day demonstrations that went violent in downtown Seattle on May 1, 2012. Several hundred demonstrators, including hundreds in black masks, hoods and armed with bats destroyed the windows of a Wells Fargo Bank, NikeTown and […]

(SEATTLE) Nov. 21, 2011 – Seattle Mariner rookie outfielder Greg Halman stabbed to death in Rotterdam, Netherlands; Dutch police arrest brother as suspect

Seattle Mariners rookie outfielder Greg Halman was stabbed to death in Rotterdam, Netherlands over the weekend while Dutch police have arrested his brother as a suspect

Seattle Mariners outfielder Greg Halman is pictured in this file photo from the Mariners MLB baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels on June 14, 2011 at Safeco Field, Seattle.  The rookie outfielder was stabbed to the death in Rotterdam, Netherlands early November 21 and Dutch police arrested his brother as a suspect in the […]