Time to move out | Bellevue Police Blotter March 6 – March 11

Mar. 6

Mail theft: Officers took two burglary reports at 108th Ave NE where multiple mailboxes were broken into at each location. The suspect admitted to other burglaries and those locations had video footage matching the description of the suspect.

Ride and dash: Four subjects ran from a taxi cab at NE 8th and 108th Ave. NE at the end of a $66 dollar trip up from Kent. The taxi driver called 911 and almost immediately an officer was on scene. Three out of four suspects were captured immediately.

Mar. 7

Bankrobber: Suspect robbed the Bank of America in Eastgate by showing the clerk a text message on his phone that implied he had a gun. He fled on foot and was located and arrested nearby a Metro bus. A fully loaded handgun was located in his waistband. The stolen money was located on the bus where he was seated.

Mar. 8

Hate crime: The victim was assaulted in the parking lot of Bellevue College due to his ethnic ancestry. The suspect yelled racial slurs and to “leave the country” as he hit the victim. The suspect then fled on foot. The victim contacted Bellevue College security, who contacted the police.

Charge em: A restaurant on Northeast 8th Street called regarding someone using a stolen credit card at their restaurant. The bike team arrived and contacted three subjects. One suspect was arrested for a felony warrant. Thirteen fraudulent credit cards along with the victim’s card was found in her wallet. The second suspect was also detained and 20 fraudulent cards were found in her wallet. The third suspect was trespassed from the property.

Mar. 9

Domestic: Officers initially responded to a fire assist for a cardiac arrest in the 900 block of 167th Ave. NE. When they arrived, fire advised that a patient had been stabbed in the left leg by an unknown object. Officers determined the incident to be a domestic disturbance. The male suspect threw an item at her leg that punctured skin. Victim was transported to hospital.

Sucker punch: Victim had an altercation with another driver at 102 Ave. NE and NE 10th St. The other driver got out of his car and approached victim. The suspect then punched victim in the face and left the area. Victim does not want to pursue charges.

Mar. 11

Time to move out: The suspect assaulted his mother on Northeast 32nd Place because she didn’t bring him water fast enough. The victim was transported to the hospital. The male suspect was booked into jail.

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