U-Haul them to jail | Bellevue Police Blotter Feb. 28 – March 5

Feb. 28

Passed out: A passerby reported a vehicle at 116th Ave. and Main St. with all occupants passed out. Officer arrived and observed the driver passed out behind the wheel of the U-Haul pickup truck. The driver awoke and recklessly fled southbound running a red light. The vehicle was later located abandoned at Kelsey Creek Park. The driver and passenger were located on the east side of Kelsey Creek Park on the trails. Both were arrested and booked into jail.

Mar. 1

Don’t be so catty: Suspect was arrested in the 3000 block of 118th Ave. NE for malicious mischief after he damaged his girlfriend’s vehicle during a fight about their cats.

Mar. 2

Misperception: Officers were dispatched to an assault in the parking garage of the Bellevue Library that turned out to be an overdose. A subject was trying to wake his friend and a citizen thought he was assaulting him. Subject had previously been trespassed from the library and he was arrested and booked for trespassing. Patient transported to the hospital by fire.

Mar. 5

Warrants: Two subjects were contacted in the 600 block of 116 Ave. NE in a U-Haul truck that was loaded with miscellaneous items to include a printer and resume paper. Both subjects had outstanding warrants and were arrested and transported on their respective warrants. The U-Haul was supposed to be returned on Feb. 3, 2017. It was towed to the station for further investigation.

Church burglary: Unknown subject entered church in the 1800 block of 156 Ave. NE, possibly through an unlocked door. Once inside, they rummaged through things and tossed pamphlets and books around the main auditorium. A piano was overturned and the audiovisual system was hanging. Large ceramic pots were broken and 3 fire extinguishers were expelled, causing the fire alarm to sound.

Drug mischief: Suspect who is addicted to heroin was kicked out of his house on Southeast 58th Place by parents yesterday while officers stood by. He came back last night and was refused entry and broke a large pot on the front porch. Officers responded and contacted the subject on the porch. Subject was arrested for and booked into jail.

Masked robbery: Four males wearing masks and bandanas entered the pharmacy in the 600 block of 140th Ave. NE. The suspects made employees lie on floor in office while suspects stole items and fled in a vehicle. Seattle Police Department located the vehicle, and two suspects were detained while two fled and were not located. Detectives investigating.

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