Suspect steals bike thinking it was his own | Police blotter

Bellevue police blotter for June 29 - July 1.

  • Thursday, July 5, 2018 8:30am
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Sunday, July 1

Theft: A suspect stole numerous bottles of fragrances and concealed them in a McDonalds bag on the 600 block Bellevue Way NE. The suspect was arrested and booked.

Robbery: The suspect saw the victim riding a bicycle he believed to be his stolen bicycle on the 15000 block of Main Street. The suspect followed the victim and took the bicycle while the victim was in a Subway store. The suspect confronted the victim with a small hatchet and threatened to cut his head off for stealing the bike. The victim denied stealing the bike, claiming he bought it on a website. The suspect was arrested for armed robbery and booked.

Saturday, June 30

Warrant/Drugs: Suspect was stopped for a traffic violation and gave false information on the 1500 block of 156th Ave. NE. The suspect was arrested for possession of suspected heroin and driving while suspended. Passenger had a felony warrant and was arrested. Vehicle had possible stolen tools in the back and was towed.

Stolen Car/Drugs: While on routine patrol, bike Officers located a confirmed stolen vehicle in a parking lot on the 15100 block of SE 38th St. The driver and passenger exited the vehicle and were detained without incident. A search of the vehicle located shaved keys, suspected drugs, and payment cards issued to another person. The vehicle had been started with a house key forced into the ignition. Both suspects were arrested and booked into jail on numerous charges.

Friday, June 29

Robbery: Victims were walking home at hours when an unknown male demanded their wallets and phones at gunpoint 14600 block SE 16 St. Suspect took their phones and walked away in the opposite direction. A K-9 Track was started but no suspect was located.

Burglary: A suspect was confronted by a resident in a secured parking facility below an apartment complex on the 10000 block Meydenbauer way. The suspect was observed trying different car door handles and taking items from a storage cabinet inside the garage. The suspect fled on a bicycle and was later located by Officer Lange and K-9 Ghost. Suspect was taken into custody and booked into jail.

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