Man accused of taking police gun in riot faces murder charge

SEATTLE (AP) — A man accused of taking a rifle from a burned-out Seattle police car during a riot last spring now faces a murder charge in an unrelated shooting. The King County Prosecutor’s Office said Friday it had charged 25-year-old Jacob D. Little, of Everett, with second-degree murder and second-degree assault for a shooting in a Renton parking lot in August that left one person dead and another injured. Little’s attorney did not immediately return a call seeking comment Saturday. Little is in federal custody facing a charge that he took a rifle and silencer from a Seattle police car on May 30, during rioting over the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police.