Reckless driver evades police, strikes two vehicles | Police blotter

Reckless driver evades police, strikes two vehicles | Police blotter

The Bellevue police blotter for Sept. 17 through 18. Courtesy of the Bellevue beat blog.

  • Wednesday, September 26, 2018 10:30am
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Tuesday, Sept. 18

Burglary: The suspect entered a secure apartment complex garage and stole the victim’s motorcycle on the 10600 block of NE 10th St.

Trespass: An employee called police after a homeless male subject was observed sleeping and blocking their path to enter the building on the 12400 block of SE 41st Place. An area check by arriving officers was unsuccessful in locating the suspect.

Assault: An officer spotted a known wanted suspect in the area of NE 8th St. and Bellevue Way Northeast. The suspect was arrested without incident, transported to booking, and then booked into jail.

Hit and Run, Reckless Driving: An officer attempted to stop the suspect vehicle. The vehicle took off from the officer and struck two vehicles while eluding on the 4200 block of Factoria Boulevard. SE. The Officer did not pursue the vehicle.

Monday, Sept. 17

Disturbance: The victim and suspect got into an argument about alleged cheating. Suspect broke Victim’s Xbox. The suspect was arrested.

Stolen Vehicle: The Officer located a vehicle that had been reported as stolen along 124th Ave. NE. Prior to being able to initiate a traffic stop, the vehicle drove on the sidewalk and fled the area.

Shoplift: The suspect was observed by loss prevention stealing clothing from a store on the 3900 block of 124th Ave. SE. The subject left the scene and was observed entering a nearby wooded area and changing into the stolen clothing. The subject flagged down a passing vehicle and requested the driver give her a ride out of the area. Police units located the vehicle and contacted the subject who was later positively identified by the loss prevention officer. The suspect was arrested, transported, and booked into jail.

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