UPDATE: The SPD Blotter has a report up on this incident. The SPD says eight people were arrested at the home in the 2300 block of Minor Ave. E. The blotter item says:
One of the men, 27, was wanted on an outstanding federal fugitive warrant as well as local charges and his brother, 33, was also wanted on warrants.
Detectives who searched the residence found two AR-15′s, one equipped with a military-style grenade launcher, and a large smoke grenade. Photos of the recovered weapons are at the SPD Blotter.
Six of those arrested were interviewed and released. The two men with warrants were booked into the King County Jail.
KING 5 News reported last night on a Seattle Police Department weapons raid at a house at Minor E. and E. Louisa on Thursday evening.
KING’s video report shows SWAT team members on the streets and a flash grenade going off. KING reports that people in a house at the intersection were detained.
KING’s report says police were acting on a tip that a wanted felon was in the house and that weapons were also there.
The raid came after an announcement on Wednesday that SPD has partnered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and the FBI in a renewed drive to get weapons off the city’s streets.
KIRO TV News also has a report this morning.