Shoreline raid
Six people are in custody after police raided a Shoreline home Thursday, seizing guns, explosives, drugs and stolen property. (KIRO Radio/Brandi Kruse)

Cops seize guns, explosives, drugs, stolen goods in Shoreline raid

More Photos

See all photos
Six people are in custody after police raided a Shoreline home Thursday, seizing guns, explosives, drugs and stolen property.

The King County Sheriff's Office says the stolen property was worth around $100,000.

Among the stolen items found at the house in the 1300 block of N. 169th Street were cars, electronics, musical instruments and sporting goods.

A King County bomb squad was brought in because a pipe bomb and blasting caps were discovered. The bomb squad exploded the pipe bomb at the scene as a precaution.

Sheriff's deputies previously raided the home in August 2012, finding weapons and drugs. Neighbors tell KIRO Radio's Brandi Kruse the house has been a source of problems for years.


Josh Kerns, MyNorthwest.com
Josh Kerns is an award winning reporter/anchor and host of KIRO Radio's Seattle Sounds (Sunday afternoons 5-6p) and a digital content producer for MyNorthwest.com.
Top Stories

  • Scary Truth
    Jason Rantz says everyone needs to be mindful on the road, even pedestrians

  • The Rivalry
    Wilson & Kaepernick share this week's SI cover, so we decided to compare their offseasons

  • Boeing on the Field
    Boeing brings its aerospace innovation to players on the football field
ATTENTION COMMENTERS: We've changed our comments, but want to keep you in the conversation.
Please login below with your Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Disqus account. Existing MyNorthwest account holders will need to create a new Disqus account or use one of the social logins provided below. Thank you.
comments powered by Disqus
Sign up for breaking news e-mail alerts from MyNorthwest.com
In the community
Do you know an exceptional citizen who has impacted and inspired others?
KIRO Radio and WSECU would like to recognize six oustanding citizens this year. Nominate them to be recognized and to receive a $2,000 charitable grant.