Police Blotter

May 5

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May 5

Jewelry theft: 9 a.m., 4800 block of Lake Hurst Lane. Someone entered a residence and took several items of jewelry worth more than $1,000.

May 17

Jewelry theft: Unknown time, 17700 block of Southeast 60th Street. Someone kicked open a front door and took $16,000 of jewelry.

May 19

Theft: 11 a.m., 3200 block of 103rd Place Northeast. Someone purchased a 1999 Chevrolet Suburban Diesel on Craigslist.org, transferring more than $4,000 to a Bank of America account and has yet to receive the car.

May 23

Account theft: 2 p.m., 14000 block of Southeast 13th Place. Funds amounting to $11,400 were withdrawn from a checking account and a $500 transfer was made without authorization by someone residing in California.

May 28

Credit card theft: 7 p.m., 17100 block of Southeast 29th Place. Someone reported four credit or debit cards stolen with unauthorized purchases of more than $11,000.

May 30

Glasses theft: 11:30 a.m., Bellevue Square. Three subjects entered the Optical Illusions store and took four pairs of Cartier glasses while the employees were distracted. The subjects pried open the display case and took the glasses worth more than $7,000.

Malicious mischief: 5 p.m., 3600 block of 136th Place Southeast. Rocks were thrown, breaking two windows resulting in $5,000 worth of damages.

Theft: 3 p.m., 600 block of 129th Avenue Southeast. A man reported that his work trailer was broken into and items were taken. The total loss was more than $2,000.

Panty theft: 5 p.m., Bellevue Square. Someone took 650 pairs of panties from the Victoria’s Secret store. The total loss was more than $10,000.

Theft: 6 p.m., 12600 block of Northup Way. Someone stole two catalytic converters worth more than $1,000 from a business delivery van.

May 31

Commercial burglary: 2 p.m., 12800 block of Northup Way. Someone entered a storage unit and removed items amounting to more than $1,000.

June 1

Firework disturbance: 2:40 a.m., 6100 block of 142nd Avenue Southeast. Someone lit “Freedom Fighter” fireworks under the front porch. A fire broke out but was extinguished. There was no structural damage to the house.

June 2

Questionable actions: 2:30 a.m., 15900 block of Southeast First Street. Someone reported people on the roof and in the backyard for unknown reasons.

June 3

Laptop theft: 1 p.m., 16100 block of Northeast 15th Street. Two laptop computers were stolen from a residence. Total loss was more than $1,000.

Malicious mischief: 2 p.m., 300 block of 108th Avenue Northeast. Someone keyed a car, resulting in more than $250 in damages.

June 4

Attempted suicide: 6 p.m., 3200 block of 156th Avenue Southeast. Officer responded to a trespass subject who had cut his wrist. The subject was taken to Overlake Hospital and involuntarily committed.


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