Deadliest Catch Star Jake Harris Hospitalized After Road Side Attack

Deadliest Catch Star Jake Harris Hospitalized After Road Side Attack

The Everett Police Department is investigating the reported assault and robbery of Jake Harris

“On Saturday at 8 p.m., we received a report of a male victim of an assault. He had been injured in an altercation,” said Aaron Snell, a police spokesman.

The Everett Herald reported that Harris had just left the Quil Ceda Creek Casino and got into a car with multiple people, according to police. They drove south and got onto Highway 526 in south Everett, and at some point there was an altercation in the car, the news outlet said.

Police found Jake Harris in the 700 block of Highway 526 after a passer-by called 911. At the scene, Jake was conscious, alert and answering questions.

deadliest-catch-bios-jake-harris-heroJake allegedly refused medical attention and was taken home by police. He was later taken to the hospital by friends or family members and remains hospitalized.

A Providence Regional Medical Center spokeswoman said Harris was in “satisfactory condition.” Snell said detectives are working with the victim and his family and using tips from the public to identify the alleged assailants.

Harris’ brother, Josh, spoke about the incident on social media.

The Harris family has been featured on the Discovery Channel show, Deadliest Catch, for 10 years.

Source: SeattleTimes