The Washington State Patrol is seeking witnesses to a felony hit-and-run on SR 167 in Kent that happened at around 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 9, 2022.

The incident occurred on southbound SR 167 near SR 516 in Kent (map below).

Troopers say that the victim was riding a red Honda motorcycle and traveling in the HOV lane when a silver passenger vehicle changed lanes into the motorcycle, causing it to go down.

The vehicle fled the scene and was described as a silver vehicle, possibly a BMW.

The victim sustained a broken elbow and ankle and due to the nature of the injuries this is being investigated as a Felony Hit and Run.

WSP detectives are seeking anyone that may have witnessed this collision or has information on the suspect vehicle to contact Detective Olsen by email at [email protected].

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One reply on “Washington State Patrol seeking witnesses to felony hit-and-run on SR 167 in Kent”

  1. Weird, I was hit intentionally on 167 some years back, ended up going backwards off the side of the freeway into some trees. Eight witnesses called to report the assault including a metro bus driver. When police responded I asked if any effort would be made to find the other driver and was told “ this isn’t CSI Los Angeles”

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