Father leaves two-year-old in car as he shops | Police blotter

The Bellevue police blotter for Oct. 29 through 30.

  • Tuesday, November 6, 2018 2:30pm
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Monday, Oct. 29

Warrant Arrest: Suspect was arrested by Bothell Police on confirmed Bellevue Warrant on the 11700 block of Northeast 160th Street in Bothell. The suspect was taken into Bellevue Police custody and transported to jail.

Burglary: Suspects damaged a door to the business on the 11700 block of Southeast 8th Street. Nothing apparently missing.

Traffic/Drugs: An officer observed an unoccupied, parked vehicle with expired tabs and drug paraphernalia in open view on the 12600 block Southeast 41st Place. Later in the shift, the officer happened to observe the moving vehicle and conducted a traffic stop for the traffic infraction and suspicion of drug offenses. The driver had multiple warrants and was booked into jail. The vehicle was impounded to the station for a search warrant.

Harassment: The juvenile suspect and victim are on the same swim team. They “dated” briefly but broke up. The victim tried talking to suspect but when she got close he allegedly pulled out a pocket knife and told her not to come any closer. The victim later told her parents who reported the incident to police. Case forwarded to KC Juvenile Prosecutor.

Theft: An officer was dispatched to a theft in progress on the 4100 block Factoria Boulevard Southeast. Officers located the suspect vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. Property was recovered and the suspects were booked into jail.

Tuesday, Oct. 30

Theft: The suspect stole items and fled the area on foot on the 15100 block Southeast 38th Street. She was later located by an Officer and positively identified by a store employee as the suspect. The suspect was arrested and charged with theft 3rd degree.

Theft: The suspect was seen taking a package off the victim’s porch and leaving with it on foot on the 500 block 155th Place Southeast. Officers located the suspect nearby with the package in his hand. Several other items belonging to other people were located in the suspect’s belongings. The suspect was arrested and booked.

Reckless Endangerment: An officer located a two-year-old child left unattended in a vehicle on the 600 block of Bellevue Way Northeast. The investigation revealed the suspect father left the child sleeping while the suspect was shopping in the mall. Report was taken and forwarded to CPS.

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