Seattle drivers have been plagued by criminals who have been throwing objects like rocks, bikes and scooters onto area freeways, smashing cars and disrupting drivers. The alleged assailants are often homeless people or prolific offenders who have been released through a catch-and-release program that has become program the model for “justice” across the country.
It wasn't enough to worry about the homeless, crime, riots and autonomous zones in Seattle, now we have to worry about scooters, bikes and other objects being thrown onto the freeways
75 incidents in 2021. Six people have been injured as a result. pic.twitter.com/PCSIAEA1Nz
— Ari Hoffman (@thehoffather) July 1, 2021
On Wednesday, police arrested a 40-year-old woman for allegedly throwing objects onto I-90 in Seattle early in the morning. According to the Washington State Patrol (WSP), at approximately 5:15 am, a witness reported debris thrown onto eastbound I-90 near Rainer Avenue.
The witness said he saw a woman go back into a homeless encampment area on a greenspace near the freeway, which has been a source of road hazards and crime for years. Officers determined the woman was the only person in the encampment and the witness made a positive identification.