State Patrol: Man arrested after throwing rocks on I-90

SEATTLE (AP) — Washington state troopers on Tuesday arrested a person in Seattle they believe was throwing rocks and debris at cars on the freeway — a recent trend officials say has become a growing problem in the Seattle area. The Seattle Times reports authorities arrested the 31-year-old man from Seattle for allegedly throwing rocks and debris at seven vehicles going west on Interstate 90 around 4 p.m. Trooper Chase Van Cleave said one of the three drivers who remained on scene reportedly started chasing the suspect after their vehicle was hit. The man stopped fleeing after a state trooper, who was responding to an unrelated incident in the area, arrived on scene. No one was injured.