Man arrested for assault after allegedly throwing space heater at victim’s face

Man arrested for assault after allegedly throwing space heater at victim’s face

KCSO: Another suspect was involved in incident but was not located

A Seabeck man was arrested Monday for assault after allegedly throwing a space heater at the victim’s face with another suspect.

According to a certificate of probable cause, Kitsap County Sheriff’s deputies responded to an assault in progress near NW Marks Road in Bremerton. The reporting party stated two people were attacking the homeowner before both fled southbound on Seabeck Highway.

Deputies learned from the victim that Randy Seau allegedly entered his trailer while asking him if he “wanted to party.” Another suspect asked what the victim’s name was before shoving him to the ground, documents read. Seau and the other suspect then allegedly started assaulting the victim by punching him in the face.

When the victim’s girlfriend tried to intervene, Seau allegedly shoved her to the ground and held his boot on her head. Things began to escalate when both Seau and the other suspect allegedly took turns throwing a space heater at the victim’s face, according to documents.

The victim suffered a large lump and some swelling to his forehead, and a deep cut to his forehead and right eye. He also had trouble with his memory, concentration, and balance while standing. The victim’s girlfriend later drove him to the hospital for treatment.

Seau was later located at his residence on Seabeck Highway and was apprehended with a bail of $85,000. The other suspect was not located.

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