Juvenile threatens to kill police | Bellevue Police Blotter

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Sept. 18

Water main break causes sink hole: At 12:53 a.m. in the intersection of Southeast 46th Street and 150th Avenue Southeast, a water main broke and water traveling under the road caused erosion. Dirt and rock traveled down 150th Avenue Southeast and two sink holes formed on Southeast 46th Street between 149th Avenue Southeast and 150th Avenue Southeast. The utilities department was notified.

Robbery: At 3:43 p.m. in the 4700 block of 148th Ave. NE, an unknown male approached a female and ripped a gold chain from her neck. Detectives are investigating the case.

Burglary: At 2 p.m. in the 11300 block of SE 65th St., a suspect broke into a victim’s front storm door and attempted to break the second door, but ran when the homeowner made herself known. Police did not locate the suspect.

Man exposes gun: At 2:21 p.m. in the 2300 block of 130th Ave. NE, a suspect got angry that a male on the opposite side of the street did a “cat call” at his mom. The suspect confronted the male and a pushing match ensued. Then the suspect lifted up his shirt and exposed what appeared to be a black handgun to the other male. The suspect then ran. Officers contacted the suspect and recovered a realistic Airsoft gun. Police reported the victim did not want to pursue any charges.

Sept. 19

Coat theft: At 3 p.m. in the 600 block of Bellevue Way NE, two suspects stole two coats from a store. Bicycle officers located the suspects at the transit center. They ran from the officers and a foot pursuit ensued. One of the suspects dropped the stolen merchandise while running. Officers caught up to one suspect and took him into custody.

Sept. 20

Mental issues: At 7:58 a.m. in the 12600 block of NE 9th Place, a woman was throwing items off of her third floor balcony, causing a dangerous situation for others and a maintenance worker. She was suffering from mental issues and was taken to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.

Mail thieves: At 9:15 a.m. in the 15500 block of SE 63rd St., neighbors saw suspects in the area driving by and opening mailboxes. An officer spotted the suspect vehicle. A witness identified the suspects and the vehicle. Police arrested the two suspects, who were in possession of heroin. Not a powdered donut: At 7:28 a.m. in the 15600 block of NE 8th St., a male subject was seen snorting a white powdery substance at the coffee shop. An officer contacted him and discovered a felony drug warrant out of Seattle. The officer arrested the suspect on the warrant.

Sept. 21

Drunk driver slams into police vehicle: At 2:49 a.m. in the 700 block of 116th Ave. NE, officers were on an unrelated call when a female and male patron of a nearby restaurant backed their car into one of the officer’s unoccupied patrol vehicles. The female driver then fled into the adjacent hotel and tried to switch spots with the male passenger. She was arrested for DUI and hit and run.

Colorful shots fired: At 8:49 p.m. in the 700 block of 147th Place NE, a caller reported shots being fired at their apartment as they stood outside. An officer found the suspect vehicle and a chase ensued The pursuit was terminated due to dangerous speeds on the freeway. It was later determined the shots were from a paintball gun, and nobody was hit or injured.

Sept. 22

Road rage: At 5:06 p.m. in the 400 block of 120th Ave. NE, police responded to a road rage incident, in which one party threw a drink bottle at a vehicle. The occupants of that vehicle then got out of their vehicle and were pepper sprayed by the other driver. The suspect was located and arrested.

Sept. 23

Juvenile threatens to kill police: At 1:42 p.m. in the 15600 block of NE 8th St., police were in the process of arresting a suspect for second-degree criminal trespass, when a juvenile male tried to push his way through the scene. An officer instructed the suspect to stand back and find another way around. The suspect believed he had the right to continue on his path unimpeded so he informed the officer to “f*** off” and slapped the officer’s hand. The officer detained the suspect for obstructing an officer and assault. The suspect informed officers on scene he intended to kill them and their families when he was free from jail. He was booked into youth center for third-degree assault, obstructing, resisting and harassment (threats to kill).

Sept. 24

DUI rollover: At 9:26 a.m. in the 6100 block of 168th Place SE, a driver failed to negotiate the turn at Southeast 60th Street. The vehicle went off the road, struck multiple trees/bushes and a homeowner’s fence. The vehicle rolled over and the Bellevue Fire Department extracted the driver, who was then transported to the hospital and arrested for DUI.

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