Does Not Compute: Bellevue Blotter June 19 – June 25

June 19

MOOD KILLER: Two suspects were observed having sex in public at the Newport Park and Ride. Officers contacted the couple and found that one of the two was wanted for a DUI warrant and was subsequently arrested.

CRASH AND BURN: Multiple callers reported a driver repeatedly striking vehicles on 149th Place Southeast. Officers located the subject and arrested him for DUI. A total of seven vehicles were damaged by the driver.

GAMBLING WITH THE LAW: A suspect was stopped for driving and talking on his cell phone. When asked for identification, he was only able to provide his Muckleshoot Casino player’s card. A white powder, believed to be meth, was found in his vehicle’s center console. He was arrested for a suspended license.

BOOZE RUN: A suspect stole alcohol from a store on Main Street. He was located afterward enjoying the stolen goods with friends in the Lake Hills Greenbelt and arrested.

June 20

SUMMER CLEANING: A married couple began arguing as they cleaned their apartment. During said argument, the husband assaulted his wife. He was arrested and booked into jail.

HEROIN: Two suspects were caught using heroin in their vehicle on Bellevue Way. Small amounts of the drug were found in the vehicle. They were released pending the case filing.

June 21

DISTURBANCE: A woman called to report her son was throwing things around in his room. She believed he was under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. Officers responded and found the man was wanted on two warrants out of Kirkland. He was arrested.

CHARGE ‘EM: One suspect was arrested for shoplifting in Downtown Bellevue. On his person were several fraudulent credit cards and a hotel room key. Upon searching the room, officers found other occupants were using it to make fake credit cards. Several charges are pending.

June 22

DOES NOT COMPUTE: A suspect was found inside a locked computer lab at Bellevue College. Apparently they had crawled under a locked sliding door next to the reception window of the lab. They were arrested for trespassing.

June 23

TIP: A tipster reported there was drug activity at apartments on 118th Avenue Southeast. A suspect was contacted and arrested for a drug paraphernalia warrant out of Redmond.

ROBBERY: Liquor stores on 140th Avenue Northeast and Bellevue Way Southeast were robbed by the same suspects. The vehicle fled the city recklessly on Interstate 90. No pursuit was initiated.

DRUNK AND DISORDERLY: Two men were causing a disturbance in the parking garage on Bellevue Way. One of the suspects had a warrant for assault out of Kent and was arrested.

June 24

TREE MAN: Officers responded to the 13200 block of Southeast Eastgate Way where they found a man in a tree. He was more than 60 feet up and hallucinating. He said he had been there since midnight (officers responded at 7:20 a.m.). Bellevue Fire Department crews responded and negotiated for two hours before he was talked down and taken into protective custody.

BAD BREATH: Two individuals were involved in a vehicle collision at the intersection of 148th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 20th Street. They pulled off the road and got into a verbal argument. One of the motorists smelled alcohol on the other’s breath and called police. An officer arrested the other driver for DUI.

HOODLUMS: Three juveniles appeared to be burglarizing a building in the Spring District and refused to stop when an officer ordered them to. Two were detained shortly after and eventually released to their parents. Obstructing charges will be forwarded.

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