Multiple hit and runs in Bellevue | Police blotter

The Bellevue police blotter for Nov. 19 through 21.

  • Tuesday, November 27, 2018 4:30pm
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Monday, Nov. 19

Warrant Arrest: A juvenile with two warrants for his arrest was arrested by the School Resource Officer on the 100 block 140th Avenue Southeast.

Tuesday, Nov. 20

Warrant: The suspect was stopped for a traffic infraction on the corner of 148th Avenue Northeast and Main Street. Suspect was arrested for a Renton misdemeanor warrant and transferred to Renton PD’s custody. New charge of driving while suspended will be forwarded to Prosecutor.

Hit and Run: The suspect ran a red light on 124th Avenue Northeast and hit a sedan going eastbound on Northeast 8th Street, causing it to spin out with heavy damage. The driver of the suspect vehicle fled southbound and didn’t stop until the 12200 block of Main Street where the driver got out to assess his damage. A witnesses chased the suspect down and blocked him in at the location. The suspect was contacted and taken into custody for hit and run.

Wednesday, Nov. 21

Hit and run: A juvenile female was given permission to drive his father’s vehicle even though she did not have a driver’s license on the 300 block of Bellevue Way Southeast. She pulled out of her apartment complex and struck a vehicle driving down Bellevue Way. She pulled over and stated that she thought the other driver was supposed to slow down to let her out. She then left without exchanging information, drove down Bellevue Way at a high rate of speed, and crashed into a tree. The suspect was arrested for hit and run and booked.

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