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Auburn man arrested in connection to fatal stabbing at Seattle Light Rail Station


An Auburn man has been charged in connection with the fatal May 11, 2024 stabbing of a man at a Seattle light rail station, police said.

The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged Shawn Patrick Moore II, 26, of Auburn, with:

  • Murder in the Second Degree with a deadly weapon enhancement
  • Intimidating a Witness

Moore was taken into custody May 13 after a two-day investigation following the incident. The arrest took place at a residence in Eatonville, where Moore was found without incident, according to the Seattle Police Department.

The stabbing occurred on May 11 at approximately 5:49 p.m. at the light rail station on Broadway East. The victim, Corey Bellett, 37, sustained multiple stab wounds and was transported to Harborview Medical Center, where he tragically died.

Security footage from Sound Transit showed a confrontation between Bellett and two men, one of whom was identified as Moore. According to the police report, an argument ensued after Bellett brushed past Moore and another man on an escalator. The argument escalated into a physical altercation, during which Moore allegedly produced a knife and stabbed Bellett multiple times.

Moore was identified through a combination of witness statements and video footage. A witness, who was with Moore at the time of the incident, provided detailed information to the police, leading to Moore’s identification and subsequent arrest.


Moore faces charges of homicide and is being held in King County Jail. He has a prior criminal record, including charges related to controlled substance distribution and traffic offenses.

An autopsy confirmed that Bellett died from stab wounds to the neck, arm, and torso, with the manner of death ruled as homicide.

No previous criminal matters involving Moore were referred to the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.


Moore’s next court date is his arraignment on May 29 at the King County Courthouse.

The defendant is innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

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