Original Starbucks vandalized in Seattle protests, police make several arrests

SEATTLE, Wash. — Seattle officers have made several arrests on Wednesday stemming from property damage and violence in downtown as protesters take to the streets.

The Seattle Police Department tweeted pictures of vandalism to an Amazon building, saying at least one person was arrested for property damage.

The pictures show threats spray painted on the building’s windows, aimed at President Biden and Vice President Harris.

Shortly after, police arrested someone suspected of breaking into and vandalizing the original Starbucks in Pike Place.

Police arrested another woman from the same group for assault near 2nd Ave and Cherry St, according to an update from the SPD. KOMO News has also reported people throwing objects at innocent bystanders during the protests.