Not sure how I missed this when it happened but the alleged attacker in an assault outside Fremont Fine Arts Foundry (154 N 35th St) is pleading not guilty.
The assault in question took place on December 13th, according to SeattlePI.com. The victim, a woman who attempting to visit an ex-boyfriend at the facility, reported that she was attacked by that man’s assistant.
She’d entered the rear gate of the facility when she was confronted by the man’s assistant, known to her as “Dan” and since identified as Moen, Seattle Detective Steve Kilburg told the court.
Moen told the woman she wasn’t supposed to be on the property and attacked her, the detective continued.
Prosecutors claim Moen repeatedly punched the woman in the face and grabbed her arm as she attempted to flee. After she fell to the ground, Moen is alleged to have stomped on her right ankle.
The victim suffered a broken ankle, broken nose, mild concussion and had to undergo facial reconstructive surgery due to her injuries.
Moen, who has been charged with second-degree assault, pled not guilty Wednesday in King County Superior Court and was booked. Read the full report here.