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The following is a sample from the Bellevue Police Department’s Bellevue Beat Blog:

Nov. 6

Back for more: At 12:12 p.m. in the 900 block of Bellevue Way NE, a suspect was kicked out of the restaurant for being intoxicated. He returned today still intoxicated and was refused service. Police arrived and formally trespassed the suspect.

Nov. 7

House fire: At 5:40 a.m. in the 2600 block of 116th Ave. NE, police assisted the Bellevue Fire Department in a single family home residential fire. No injuries were reported.

Being a Ninja isn’t a crime: At 9:35 a.m. in the 2800 block of Northup Way, it was reported there was a male subject wearing camo clothing, a mask and had swords strapped to his back. The subject stated he was a “Camouflage Ninja.” Officers arrived and determined the male was wearing a costume and the swords were toys. The male got on a bus and there was no reason to detain him.

Vehicle stolen: At 12:46 p.m. in the 14700 block of NE 29th Place, a victim’s vehicle was stolen from his place of work sometime during the morning hours. The victim had left his keys to his personal vehicle in an unsecured work van, which had been prowled.

You can’t prostitute here: At 11:13 p.m. in the 11400 block of Main St., a suspect arrived at victim’s hotel to allegedly engage in an act of prostitution. Partway through the transaction the victim told the suspect to leave. The suspect attempted to obtain a refund. After being refused the refund, the suspect assaulted the victim then fled the scene. Suspect was later captured in the parking lot by responding K-9 officers.

Nov. 8

Stolen vehicle: At 1:17 a.m. in the 5600 block of 119th Ave. SE, an officer stopped a car without working headlights. A check of the license plate revealed that it was reported as stolen. The driver and passenger were detained. A check of the vehicle VIN revealed that it was in fact a stolen vehicle which was taken during a residential burglary in Redmond.

Jaywalker assaults cop: At 11:15 p.m. in the 10800 block of NE 12th St., an officer contacted a male suspect for jaywalking. The male began yelling and cursing. The suspect dropped his bags and made threatening gestures towards the officer. The suspect then picked up his bag and began to walk away. The officer attempted to detain the subject but the male assaulted the officer. Two city of Bellevue signal workers observed this and ran over to assist the officer. More officers arrived and the suspect was Tased and taken into custody.

Stolen vodka leads to recovered gun: At 5:30 p.m. in the 100 block of Bellevue Way SE, an officer responded to a theft of three bottles of vodka that some suspects left on a Metro bus. The officer contacted a male at the bus stop. The officer then advised he was in a foot pursuit with a second subject who was later located and arrested. Both subjects were taken to station for booking. A store clerk called police again, stating he found a gun clip with bullets in the parking lot where the foot pursuit had occurred. An officer responded and took the gun as evidence to have DNA and fingerprints processed at the Bellevue police forensics lab.

Nov. 10

Stolen purse, car: At 6:54 a.m. in the 5200 block of 164th Ave. SE, a suspect entered a garage while the owners were sleeping. The suspect then entered the victims’ house and took a purse and multiple sets of car keys. The suspect then left in the victims’ 2017 white BMW X3.

Gun threats: At 2:45 p.m. in the 1300 block of 156th Ave. NE, a suspect was parked in a parking lot and got into a verbal argument over parking with the victim. During the argument, the suspect made threats to shoot the victim and then ran to his vehicle, opened the door, and looked as if he was retrieving something from inside. The victim believed that the suspect was possibly retrieving a gun. The suspect then exited the vehicle and acted as though he had a gun underneath his coat and was walking towards the victim. Believing he was about to be shot, the victim ran to a nearby store for help. The suspect entered his vehicle and drove away, but not before yelling a racist comment. Police located the suspect and booked him into jail for malicious harassment.

Racers overwhelm park and ride: At 9 p.m. in the Eastgate Park and Ride, police reported approximately 300-400 “racers” took over the park and ride. They were driving recklessly and causing a disturbance. Once they were pushed out, they relocated to Newport High School and were again asked to leave.

Nov. 11

Library break-in: At 4:14 p.m. in the 1100 block of 110th Ave. NE, a suspect broke into a ground level window and entered the Downtown Bellevue Library. Officers quickly set up an exterior perimeter and waited for Seattle K-9 to arrive. As the K-9 was announcing his presence outside the building, the suspect exited the same window he broke to get in. Suspect was taken into custody and booked into jail.

Store theft: At 3:10 p.m. in the 800 block of 164th Ave. NE, a suspect entered a store and helped himself to some food and cigarettes. He then threw ice cream at the owner and went into the office. Officers arrived and the suspect was arrested for theft and booked into jail.

Exposer trespassed: At 3:35 p.m. in the 700 block of Bellevue Way NE, a suspect was previously trespassed from the property last week for exposing himself to an employee. But on Saturday, he was seen on the property walking through the parking garage. The suspect was contacted and arrested for trespass.

Drug bust: At 11:34 a.m. at Highland Park, a A bicycle officer was on patrol in the area when she came across the three subjects sitting in a car. The contact led to officers finding suspected methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, a digital scale and paraphernalia.

Nov. 12

Burglary tools recovered: At 5:11 a.m. in the 1500 block of 145th Place SE, officers contacted subjects sleeping in a truck. Both were sleeping while parked in the QFC parking lot. The officer detained the male for possession of drug paraphernalia and, when he got out of the car, an officer saw lock picking tools on the floorboard of the truck. The male was arrested for possession of burglary tools. The truck was towed to the station pending a search warrant.

Son assaults mother: At 3:56 p.m. in the 14600 block of NE 38th St., a suspect assaulted his mother when she refused to give him money for drugs. The suspect left in a vehicle and was quickly located by officers a few blocks away. Police took the suspect into custody for domestic violence assault and obstruction.

Robbed at knifepoint: At 9:40 p.m. in the 13900 block of NE Ninth Place, a victim was robbed of his wallet at knifepoint in a parking lot. The suspect fled on foot and a K-9 was unable to locate the suspect.

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