Suspect threatens driver with a gun | Police blotter

Bellevue police blotter for June 22-24. This is not a comprehensive list of incidents in Bellevue.

  • Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:59am
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Sunday, June 24

Shoplift: A suspect was detained by loss prevention for shoplifting at a store on the 12600 block SE 41st Place. Suspect was booked on her outstanding warrants and summoned for theft.

Malicious Mischief/Obstructing: A security guard reported a possible Malicious Mischief for suspects breaking a window on the 400 block 108th Ave. NE. Officers located two suspects matching the description nearby. While attempting to stop them, both suspects to ran. A short foot pursuit resulted in the apprehension of one suspect. About two hours later the second suspect returned to the area and was apprehended after a second foot pursuit. Both suspects were booked.

Assault: Dispatch received a report of a blue sports car speeding back and forth on 148th Ave. near NE 8th St. It was later determined that a suspect/passenger of the car had a gun and pointed it at the victim during a verbal altercation. The suspect vehicle was located by officers later in the day. Two subjects were detained during the traffic stop and arrested.

Saturday, June 23

Drugs/Warrant: Officers responded to a parking garage to the report of two suspects that forced entry into the garage near the corner of NE 2nd St. and 111th Ave. NE. Officers contacted two males exiting the garage. An investigation revealed that one subject had a warrant. Drugs were found search incident to arrest. The second subject was found in possession of a stolen bike. Burglary tools, credit cards, and checks in various people’s names were also found on the suspects.

Burglary: The victim called 911 to report that her house had been broken into and several items had been taken on the 16700 block of SE 47 St.

Friday, June 22

Accidental Gun Shot: Hospital staff called 911 to report that a subject just checked into their emergency room with a gunshot wound to his hand on the 5000 block of 119th Ave. SE. The responding officers arrived and confirmed that there was a 21 year-old male subject with a gun shot wound. The subject told officers that he was in his home cleaning his gun when an accidental discharge happened. Report taken.

Indecent Exposure: Caller reported observing a male suspect with his hands in his pants making motions consistent with masturbating in Robinswood Park. Several units responded and conducted an area check however the suspect was not located.

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