Fathers and Daughters

The Daughter/Madison Park/Sun April 9/10 pm: Officer E. Consalvi reports: "I contacted the victim [17 years old] who stated that she is here on vacation with her father. They are staying at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. At approximately noon, she left the hotel by herself to go shopping. At approximately 1:00 p.m. she was sitting by the Westlake Starbucks when a man said to her, 'Hey, come here.' She began conversing with the man; he wanted to go shopping with her. They went to Abercrombie & Fitch and several other downtown stores. After several hours with the man, he offered to take the victim to his sister's house to make her something to eat. The man said he was from Miami and was in Seattle visiting his cousin. The man drove her to a 'bad neighborhood [that] looked like a ghetto and there were no white people.'

"The man stopped at a mini-mart and bought a Coke. He opened it himself before giving the bottle to her. She stated that they arrived at the man's sister's house at approximately 4:00 p.m. She explained that she started to 'feel funny' once inside the house and things started to 'slow down.' She stated that the suspect 'grabbed her ass' and stated that she 'was feisty.' Suspect made the victim a cocktail with the Coke. She doesn't remember anything after drinking the cocktail.

"When the victim awoke at UW Hospital she was still 'seeing double.' She stated that she immediately realized that her leather jacket, purse, and thong underwear were all missing. I left the victim a card and incident number and advised her that detectives would be in touch. Victim and her father will be returning to the East Coast on 4/13/06, early in the morning."

The Father/Downtown/Sun April 9/10 pm: Officer C. Shean reports: "[The father] called 911 from his room at the Grand Hyatt to report his daughter missing. She had gone shopping but was to meet her father for dinner at 5:00 p.m. While I was doing an area search, [the father] was contacted by the University Hospital and told that his daughter was there in the ER, intoxicated and combative. She was found passed out at Arboretum Park. She was brought [to the hospital] at 5:34 p.m. Doctors there did an exam, but his daughter said she had not been sexually assaulted. Over the course of the next few hours, however, she began remembering meeting a man and that he gave her something to drink. She started to recall bits and pieces of her day and thought that she may have been sexually assaulted. When she was found, her clothes were on and it did not appear that she had been sexually assaulted. I received a call from the father at 1:00 a.m. and he told me that his daughter was being moved to HMC for another exam. I called the father at 2:00 a.m., after learning that his daughter had not arrived at HMC. He told me that his daughter was not cooperative, refusing any more exams. University Hospital was going to keep her there until she detoxed in the morning."