Hawaiian Punch | Bellevue Police Blotter April 3 – April 9

April 3

Nailed it: A man was walking his dog near a school in Newport Hills when he found a bunch of roofing nails in the street, presumably to pop vehicle tires.

April 4

Runaway: An 11-year-old child was having behavioral issues at school before running away from the property. The child’s teacher told police they might be heading for a friend’s house a few blocks away. Multiple units saturated the area and located the child.

Hawaiian Punch: A suspect stole two drinks from a store on Northeast 24th Avenue before being confronted by the manager. The suspect assaulted the manager trying to get away. The manager swung, struck and knocked down the suspect. The suspect was transported to the hospital to be charged with robbery later.

April 5

Smash and grab: A victim left her locked car near the Ranger Station at the Lake Hills Green Belt Park. When she returned, her rear window had been smashed and her purse was missing.

April 6

Call IT: A suspect assaulted the victim on Northeast 9th Place over an argument over a computer.

April 7

His hands were tied: A suspect arrested in a cell phone theft case was discovered to have an outstanding warrant. While in handcuffs, the suspect attempted to run from officers. He did not make it far.

April 8

Fire sale: Police and fire crews were called to a condo on Southeast 30th Street after a woman started a fire in her apartment. It was unclear if the fire was intentional or not, but investigators responded to the scene.

April 9

Overstaying your welcome: A suspect refused to leave his hotel room on Bellevue Way Northeast. He was told he was being trespassed from the property and he still refused to leave. He was arrested for trespassing.

Liquor shock: Three juveniles entered a store on Northeast 8th Street and stole alcohol off the shelves. Two escaped but one was blocked from leaving by an employee. The suspect returned the alcohol but was still not allowed to leave. The other two return to the store and assault the employee. All three were arrested.

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