Dad finds Samurai sword in Seattle homeless camp next to son’s school

Dad finds Samurai sword in Seattle homeless camp next to son’s school


A Seattle father says he found a Samurai sword and a throwing ax in a drug-riddled encampment next to his kindergartener’s school — the latest sign that the city’s homeless problem is out of control.

Ryle Goodrich said the trash-littered tent colony at Bitter Lake Playfield — outside his son’s school, Broadview Thomson K-8 — is a blight on the city and a danger to students, Fox News reports.

“I walked through, and I found a samurai sword lying upright next to a tent, unattended,” Goodrich fumed Friday. “Then the day after … someone [had] a throwing ax right in the middle of the trail, surrounded by tents and throwing it at this target, you know, repeatedly hitting the bullseye.”

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He said kids at the school have a “front-row seat” to the fighting, drug use and defecation that has plagued the park for weeks.

The unsettling sword discovery came just days before a parks worker was attacked by a

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