Police Blotter

April 29

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April 29

Missing person: 15500 block of Southeast Eighth Street. A juvenile ran away.

April 28

Rolex pawned: 1 p.m., 10800 block of Northeast Second Street. Stepson stole his stepfather’s $5,000 rolex watch and tried to pawn it at Pawn Exchange.

Burglary: 1 p.m., 14300 block of Somerset Boulevard Southeast. A known suspect took $1,000 of various items from victim’s home.

April 27

Sexual assault: 8 p.m., victim reported that a rape occurred by an unknown suspect.

School arson: 2 p.m., 17900 block of Northeast 16th Street. An unknown suspected started fires that damaged Bennett Elementary School property.

School arson: 4 p.m., 12600 block of Southeast 56th Street. Two male suspects exploded a pipe bomb at Newport Heights Elementary. There was no damage or injury.

April 26

Robbed at gunpoint: 7 p.m., 14400 block of Northeast 29th Place. Victim reported that one known and one unknown suspect robbed the victim at gunpoint at Residence Inn.

April 25

Hit in chest: Noon, 5800 block of 142nd Place Southeast. Victim reported that suspect hit him in the chest.

Missing person: 7 p.m., 14700 block of Northeast 29th Place. Juvenile did not return home to Somerset Gardens after spending time with a friend.

Road rage: 8 a.m., Northeast 20th Street and 140th Avenue Northeast. Someone assaulted victim after a road rage incident.

Sexual assault: 2:30 a.m., undisclosed location. Unknown suspect forcibly raped victim and took victim’s wallet, cigarettes and cash.

Stolen paychecks: Overnight, 15400 block of Northeast 17th Street. Unknown suspects broke into victim’s mailbox and stole two paychecks, worth more than $1,000.

April 24

Burglary: 11 a.m., 600 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway Northeast. Someone entered victim’s residence and stole more than $13,000 worth of various items.

April 23

Residential burglary: 7 a.m., 14400 block of Southeast 18th Street. Unknown suspects entered the victim’s residence and stole more than $57,000 of jewelry, electronic equipment, documents and credit cards.

Bank Robbery: 2 p.m., 14400 block of Southeast Eastgate Way. Suspect posed as a customer at Bank of America then produced demand note for money. Witness complied; suspect stole $4,000 and exited the bank via the south doors.

April 22

Tires taken: Overnight, 2000 block of 148th Avenue Northeast. Someone stole tires from a locked, fenced area at Les Schwab. Total amount of loss was more than $5,000.

Home burglary: 7:30 a.m., 15500 block of Southeast 24th Street. Someone entered a residence through an unlocked window and stole more than $6,000 worth of miscellaneous personal items.

April 21

Locker room theft: 3 p.m., 3000 block of Landerholm Circle Southeast. Someone stole victim’s $1,000 laptop from his locker in the men’s locker room in the Bellevue Community College gym. There were no suspects or witnesses.

Debit theft: Overnight, 16600 block of Southeast 23rd Place. Someone used victim’s Bank of America debit account number to make $1,000 of unauthorized on-line purchases.

April 20

Account theft: Unknown time, 16600 block of Southeast 23rd Place. Someone used a Bank of America debit account number without authorization to make on-line purchases worth more than $1,000.

April 19

Scaffolding theft: Overnight, 10600 block of Northeast 10th Street. Unknown suspect stole $250 of scaffolding from Washington Square site.

Flat Screen TV theft: 8 a.m., 12300 block of Northeast 8th Street. Someone entered offices without permission and stole five flat screen televisions worth more than $8,000.

Purse stolen: 11 a.m., 3900 block of 124th Avenue Southeast. A woman had her purse stolen from her shopping cart at a Nordstrom’s Rack. The total loss was more than $1,000.

April 18

Lock removed: 4000 block of Factoria Boulevard Southeast. Someone used an unknown tool to remove lock from pedestrian garage door. Once inside, suspect stole property.

Impounded: 13700 block of Southeast 26th Street. Suspect entered secured Superior Towing storage yard to retrieve vehicle that had been impounded from private property. The matter was resolved by authorities ordering suspect to pay storage fees.

Laptop theft: Overnight, 2400 block of 140th Avenue Northeast. Someone entered UC4 Software business and stole $3,000 in laptop computers and monitors. Rear door was found ajar; there was no sign of forced entry.

April 17

Motor theft: Overnight, 2000 block of 124th Avenue Northeast. Someone stole a $4,000 boat motor from a Department of Ecology boat while in storage at Shurgard Mini Storage.

Laptops taken: 12600 block of Southeast 20th Street. Suspect stole $8,000 worth of laptops from Woodridge Elementary School between late August 2007 and March 2008.


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