Police: Suspect in custody after carjacking Lyft, crashing into Starbucks Reserve

Seattle police are investigating after a man was stabbed in the Capitol Hill neighborhood and a vehicle crashed into the Starbucks Reserve.

Both incidents occurred at Pike Street and Boren Avenue around the same time, police said, but the incidents are not connected.

Police say a suspect carjacked a Lyft car when the driver went around to the trunk to load it for the passenger. 

The passenger told FOX 13 that the driver chased the suspect down and hopped into the passenger window to take control of the car. The vehicle crashed into the Starbucks Reserve. 

No one was hurt in that incident. 

The suspect was taken into custody.

A 27-year-old man was stabbed nearby. He is expected to be okay and did not want to be taken to the hospital. 

He told police someone took the drugs he was about to take, so he chased them down and was stabbed.

Police were able to respond to the crash so quickly because they were already on-scene for the stabbing.

This is a developing story. FOX 13 will have updates as they become available. 

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