Ofc. Michael Huffman, PIO
Monday, October 26, 2020 at 3:12 p.m.
Spokane Police Officers respond to a residential burglary in the 1900 block of E. Mallon Street. A Homeowner fought with an intruder and ended up stabbing him multiple times to get the intruder to disengage after being placed in a chokehold. The homeowner then render aid to the intruder until the police arrived on-scene. Both the intruder and the homeowner ended up going to a local hospital to be treated for their injuries.
On 10/23/2020, at about 1015 P.M. Spokane Police Officers responded to a residence in the 1900 block of E. Mallon Avenue for a report of a residential burglary. Officers arrived on-scene and detained 36 year old Randall Davis, who was inside the residence bleeding from the arm and chin. Once Randall was detained, Officers rendered first aid to Randall until medics arrived and took over.
Talking with the homeowner, he stated he heard a knock on the front door. He went to answer it and noticed a male, later identified as Randall asking for a cigarette. Randall then forced his way inside the residence and assaulted the homeowner from behind. Randall then jumped on the homeowner’s back and placed a choke hold around his neck. During the fight, the homeowner remembered he had a knife in his pocket and was able to use it in Self Defense by cutting Randall’s arms in attempt to get him off of him.
Once the homeowner escaped the chokehold, he rendered first aid to Randall by placing a tourniquet on his arm. The homeowner also called 9-1-1. The homeowner and Randall were both taken to local hospitals to where they were treated for their injuries.
Randall is a Convicted Felon with a history of assault with a deadly weapon.
Once Randall is released from the hospital, he will be booked into jail for Burglary 1st degree and Assault 2nd degree.
The homeowner suffered non-life threating injuries.
Officer John O'Brien