Officers chase suspects atop crane | Bellevue Police Blotter Oct. 24-31

Officers chase suspects atop crane | Bellevue Police Blotter Oct. 24-31

Oct. 24

Horrible high: A man called 911 and said he took synthetic THC. Additional callers indicated that he was in some type of distress. Officers and Bellevue firefighters determined the subject needed medical attention and took him to the hospital.

Food fight: A 911 caller reported that a temporary employee at a business in the 1200 block of 114th Ave. SE. was out of control, throwing food and threatening the other employees. The subject refused to leave the building and was eventually arrested.

Oct. 25

Punch buggy: A subject made hostile comments to a stranger in an office parking lot in the 300 block of 112th Ave. NE. When police arrived at the scene, they found him walking in the middle of the street, kicking and punching passing cars. The suspect threatened officers, but was eventually taken into custody and transported to the hospital for an evaluation.

Oct. 26

Crane chase: Officers were dispatched to an alarm at a construction site in the 1200 block of 124th Ave. NE. They found two suspects on the crane in the control booth and the surrounding catwalk. The first suspect fled into the lower levels of the partially constructed building. Police K9 Ghost apprehended the suspect, who was arrested along with his cohort.

Oct. 28

Lottery winner lie: The suspect called the victim and told her he had won $3.5 million, a new Mercedes, free life insurance and free gasoline. He told the victim she would need to send money for the prizes to “clear customs.” Over the next few days, the victim sent money and electronics. When her credit cards were maxed out, she asked family members for more money. They advised her she was being scammed.

October 30

Gulp N’ Go… to jail: An intoxicated suspect went into a gas station in the 15900 block of NE 8th St. to make a purchase. He became belligerent and the clerk refused to sell to him. The man became hostile and refused to leave the property. He yelled at responding police officers and kept walking into and bumping officers. He was arrested and transported to jail.

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