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Aberdeen Police searching for shooting suspect – Daniel Galeana-Ramirez

Daniel Galeana-Ramirez
LKA: 700 Block of W. 3rd. Street, Aberdeen, WA
20 Years of age
504, 145 lbs, Brown eyes, Black hair.
Slender build
Tattoo on left arm
Daniel Galeana-Ramirez LKA: 700 Block of W. 3rd. Street, Aberdeen, WA 20 Years of age 504, 145 lbs, Brown eyes, Black hair. Slender build Tattoo on left arm

Daniel Galeana-Ramirez
LKA: 700 Block of W. 3rd. Street, Aberdeen, WA
20 Years of age
504, 145 lbs, Brown eyes, Black hair.
Slender build
Tattoo on left arm

Aberdeen police have issued an arrest warrant for the suspect in last week’s shooting, 20 year old Daniel Galeana-Ramirez is described as 5’4″ 145 pounds, with brown eyes, black hair, and a slender build, he also has a tattoo on his left arm.
Police Captain John Green tells they believe he shot another man Friday night after a confrontation in the 800 block of East 2nd street.
A 19 year old man was treated at Community Hospital for a gun shot wound to his leg, Galeana-Ramirez was living in the 700 block of West 3rd street, if seen, you are asked to call Aberdeen Police at 533-3180, or 911.

Aberdeen man allegedly robs brother at knifepoint

The Aberdeen Police department is investigating the report of a man who apparently robbed his own brother at knifepoint, then rode off on a bike. Captain John Green tells us at about 12:40 Monday afternoon they responded to a call of a male chasing another male with a knife in the South alley of the 500 Block of W. Market St. The man with a knife was described as wearing a cowboy hat and riding away from the area on a bicycle.
Responding officers saw a male matching the description along with another male sitting on a curb. The first Aberdeen Officer radioed the suspect information and went to check on the male sitting on the curb to see if he required medical attention. Investigating officers were told that the two males were related. The victim, a 27 year old Aberdeen male stated he was riding his bike when his brother, a 25 year old Aberdeen male demanded the bike at knifepoint. The suspect allegedly took the bike and fled the area on it.

The victim did not report being injured during the incident. Green said the suspect is well known to local law enforcement, and the investigation is continuing.

Police seek hit and run suspect after skateboarder struck in Aberdeen

The Aberdeen Police department is searching for a hit and run suspect after a man was struck while skateboarding on Wishkah street Friday afternoon. Captain John Green tells us at about 6:20 P.M. they were called to the 900 Block of West Wishkah Street on the report of a vehicle vs. skateboarder collision. The responding officer found a 17 year old male on the ground who was conscious and alert. Aberdeen Fire Department crews were called to the scene as the man complained of leg pain due to being struck by a car.
Investigating officers were told that the victim was riding a skateboard down the street when a car driving on the road struck the victim, knocking him to the ground. According to witnesses the victim may have been in the road when struck.
Officers were told that the driver of the striking vehicle returned to the scene and allegedly made a statement about not seeing the victim. The officers were told that that the man then fled the location before they arrived. The vehicle was described as a silver or gray Ford Mustang, boxy back end, with a headlight out.
The suspect was described as a male subject with a scruffy beard, wearing a baseball style hat at the time. Green said the victim was treated at Grays Harbor Community Hospital for abrasions and contusions.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Aberdeen Police Department at 360-533-3180.

Homeless woman robbed at knifepoint in Aberdeen

A homeless woman that was sheltering under the Chehalis River Bridge in Aberdeen was robbed of her sleeping bag and pillow over the weekend. Police Captain John Green tells us they received the report of a verbal argument in the area around 9:30 Saturday.
The 44 year old transient woman was found inside an alcove of a building, she said she had been approached by a Hispanic male who demanded her sleeping bag. After displaying a knife, he took her sleeping bag and pillow and fled on foot.

The suspect was described as a Hispanic male, in his 40′s to early 50′s, 5-06, over 200 pounds last seen wearing dark baseball cap, brown jacket, black shoes.

Officers checked the surrounding area and recovered the victims sleeping bag and pillow.

The suspect was not located, the investigation is continuing.

Aberdeen police investigate Christmas Day knifepoint robbery

ABERDEEN, Waash. – Police are investigating a Christmas Day robbery at knifepoint on the Chehalis River Bridge in Aberdeen. Police Captain John Green tells us around 7:20 Wednesday evening a man was walking North on the Eastside of the bridge when two males approached him, demanded money and displayed the knife. One was described as heavy-set 6′ about 55 years old. the other as thinner, about 5’9″ also about 55 years old.
A k-9 unit failed to track them, Green reports they fled with the victim’s wallet toward Southside Swanson’s store. Green said the investigation continues.

Suspect in custody after police chase locks down Aberdeen elementary school

In the last week and a half the Aberdeen Police Department has responded to seven reports of cars being stolen while warming up and left unattended.  Many were recovered a short time later.
The most recent case led to a short pursuit by the Washington State Patrol, the suspect fleeing on foot, a neighborhood flooded with police officers from Aberdeen and Hoquiam, and a elementary school going into lockdown.
All of these serious crimes could of been avoided if the drivers of the cars would of stayed with the vehicles while they warmed up.
The Aberdeen Police Department is very concerned with this recent trend and the risk to the safety of all citizens and the significant loss in property it represents. 
We ask everyone to not leave their car running unattended.  Ignoring this request not only creates a significant risk of a totally preventable crime from occurring, but it is illegal to do. – APD Captain John Green

MISSING PERSON: Lewis “Lee” Harris

ABERDEEN, Wash. – Aberdeen Police are asking for the publics help in locating Lewis L. Harris, who goes by Lee. Police Captain John Green tells us he’s been missing since September 30th and they believe he may be endangered.

Lee is described as 6’1″ 220 pounds, with brown gray hair and brown eyes. He was last seen around Lovett street in Aberdeen, although he rides the transit to his job in Elma. 

Lewis "Lee" Harris

If you’ve seen him or know anything, call their tip-line at 360-533-3180 or call 911.

Aberdeen police investigating after man is maced, then robbed

Officers were told that the suspect fled on foot from the area.
Aberdeen Officers confirmed the identity of the suspect and a Attempt to Locate was provided to officers in the county. The suspect had not been located as of Monday.

Two arrested after “warning shot” fired from Aberdeen window

ABERDEEN, Wash. – Two men were arrested after one of them fired a “warning shot” out of his upstairs window Monday night.
Police Captain John Green tells us around 9:45 Monday night they responded to the 1100 block of East Market Street, the suspects told investigators that they fired because they were concerned for their safety when three men knocked at their front door.

Investigating officers were told that the suspects where inside a relatives home in the 1100 Block of E. Market St. when three subjects came to the door and knocked. Officers were told one subject knocked while two others hid in the brush. The two suspects were allegedly concerned for there safety with one suspect firing a “warning” shot out the upstairs window in an effort to scare away the subjects at the door. The subjects apparently fled and the police where called.

No injuries were reported, a 21 year old man was arrested for discharging a weapon within city limits, and unlawful posession of a firearm, a 24 year old Aberdeen man was also arrested on an outstanding Aberdeen warrant.