Man shoots himself in leg with concealed pistol | Police blotter for May 3-6

This is not a comprehensive list of incidents in Bellevue. Courtesy of the Bellevue Beat Blog.

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Saturday, May 5

Weapons Complaint: A male was carrying a firearm, loaded, in his front sweatshirt pouch without a holster, inside his vehicle on the 13900 block of SE Eastgate Way. He went to move the firearm and shot himself through the leg. The bullet passed through his leg and embedded into the vehicle door. Officers arrived on scene and secured the male and the firearm. Bellevue medics responded to the scene and transported the male for treatment. Charges of reckless endangerment and carrying a concealed pistol without a license will be forwarded to the prosecutor.

Friday, May 4

Assault: A suspect and victim were at a bus stop outside of Newport High School. The suspect claimed she felt the victim was going to jump her with her friends so she pulled out a knife. The victim said they struggled for the knife during the fight and the victim suffered a superficial cut. The school district processed an emergency expulsion for the suspect.

Assault: A victim and suspect were in a road rage incident on the 4000 block of Factoria Boulevard SE. The suspect displayed a semi-automatic firearm and racked the slide. The victim feared they would be shot and called 911. The suspect was located by officers in the parking lot at Factoria Mall and was arrested and booked.

Warrant/Drugs: A suspect was seen smoking narcotics on the 500 block of Bellevue Way NE. Officers contacted him and found he had numerous warrants including a Felony Warrant for Theft out of Everett. The suspect was arrested on the Warrant. The suspect was then found to be in possession of suspected methamphetamine, black tar heroin and brown heroin. The suspect was booked into jail.

Thursday, May 3

Warrant/Drugs: A suspect was contacted on a traffic stop near the corner of 148th Avenue Northeast and Main Street. He had a suspended license and several Redmond PD warrants. Suspect was arrested and Officer conducted a search of vehicle. A large amount of suspected meth was discovered.

Burglary: Officers drove by a store on the 100 block of 105th Ave. Northeast and observed front door smashed out. Building was cleared, and three glass cases inside the store had also been smashed out. Unknown when occurred. Building maintenance was contacted, who was getting a hold of store owner to respond. Unknown amount of loss at this time.

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