Teen charged in gang-related shooting no stranger to police

CASEY MCNERTHNEY (SEATTLEPI.COM)
09/13/10
WASHINGTON – King County Sheriff’s deputies in full uniform saw a group fighting on 16th Avenue Southwest earlier this month and yelled for them to stop. As the deputies walked, according to court documents, they watched an 18-year-old man pull a handgun and shoot at a man.

That alleged shooter, whom police identified as Terrance Paige, was charged Friday with first-degree assault and first-degree unlawful firearm possession. Court documents detailing the September 3 shooting in unincorporated King County paint of picture of a violent teen who is no stranger to police.

A deputy cornered him at the scene and with another deputy took Paige into custody. Police say he was belligerent and uncooperative, physically resisting the officers.

“As the defendant was being escorted to a patrol car he yelled ‘D-dub’ towards the victim’s group who were down the street,” King County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Samantha Kanner wrote in charging documents. “The defendant is known to be associated with the ‘Down With The Crew’ gang and per police was yelling his gang name to claim recognition of the shooting.

“When inside the patrol car the defendant continued to yell obscenities, spit and kicked the windows of the patrol car.”

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