Suspect throws yogurt at three people and walks into traffic | Police blotter for April 6-9

This is not a comprehensive list of incidents in Bellevue.

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Monday, April 9

Disorderly Conduct: The suspect threw yogurt on three people, who then waved down an Officer who was driving by. The suspect was contacted and refused to cooperate. He then walked out into Northeast 8th St. and was almost struck by a vehicle. The suspect was stopped in the west bound lanes of Northeast 8th St. and taken to the ground. Additional Officers responded and assisted taking the subject into custody. Subject was booked into jail for obstructing police, Disorderly Conduct and False Statements.

Sunday, April 8

Theft: Suspect stole over a $1000 worth of face creams from a store on the 700 block of Bellevue Way Northeast. He was arrested and booked into jail.

Mail Theft: Numerous mailboxes in the area of 124th and Northeast 4th and 3rd were opened and mail was possibly taken.

Saturday, April 7

Drugs: Bicycle unit Officers were on routine patrol they observed the suspect smoking meth in his vehicle while on his lunch break near the corner of 120th and Northeast 4th. The subject was subsequently arrested. Suspected meth, heroin and drug paraphernalia were recovered.

Theft: The subject stole alcohol from a store on the 500 block of 116th Ave. Northeast and fled the scene. The subject ran towards the freeway. A bicycle located the subject hiding in the bushes near the Hampton Inn hotel. The suspect was arrested and booked.

Warrant: Bicycle Officer observed two subjects smoking marijuana in a public place near the corner of Northeast 6th and 108th Ave. Northeast. They were contacted and identified. The first subject had two warrants out for his arrest for assault and harassment. He was arrested and booked into jail. The second subject was contacted and released.

Burglary: A homeowner reported a female suspect inside his home on the 4400 block of 147th Place Northeast. When confronted, she fled south on 148th St. Officers set a perimeter and K-9 tracked. The subject left behind a backpack. Suspect was not located, however Officers are following up.

Harassment: Suspect was hallucinating and walked up to the drive-through of the restaurant on the 3200 block of 156th Ave. Southeast, making threats. Officer attempted to contact the suspect, who was obviously under the influence of narcotics. Suspect was taken into custody, and then faked a seizure in front of medics. Suspect was medically cleared and booked into jail.

Friday, April 6

Car Prowl: A witness observed the suspect break out a window of the victim’s vehicle and steal a bag on the 14800 block of Bel Red Road. Suspect ran to a vehicle and fled the scene.

Warrant/Drugs: Officer contacted the suspect at a gas station on the 13900 block of Northeast 20th St. A records check revealed a misdemeanor warrant out of Renton. Suspect was arrested. A search led to the Officer finding small amount of suspected heroin on the suspect.

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