Suspect arrested after found sleeping in stolen vehicle | Police blotter

The Bellevue Police blotter for Aug. 25 through 26.

  • Wednesday, September 5, 2018 10:17am
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Tuesday, Aug. 28

Recovered Stolen Vehicle: Officers responded to a welfare check on the 1400 block of 176th Place NE. Officers located a stolen vehicle with a sleeping passenger inside. The occupant was arrested for drug paraphernalia and investigation of possession of a stolen vehicle.

Burglary: Unknown suspects entered the residence by forcing entry through a back door on the 15000 block of SE 54th Place. The suspects took items from inside and fled.

Disturbance: Four subjects were involved in a disturbance at the store on the 3900 block of 124th Ave. SE. The subjects left the store and entered into the main mall area where they were contacted by police. Mall security requested all subjects be trespassed from the property due to their involvement in the disturbance. All four subjects were trespassed from the location and released. One of the subjects falsely identified himself and was later found to have warrants for his arrest out of Kent and Pierce County.

Monday, Aug. 27

Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported receiving a suspicious snapchat video that showed three men in a living room holding firearms and laughing. No threats were made. Two other similar calls were received by BPD.

Burglary: Sometime over the weekend and unidentified suspect used a key to enter the portable classrooms at the school and took two laptops on the 4200 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway SE.

Disturbance: The suspect caused a disturbance at the Hospital on the 1200 block of 116th Ave. NE. The suspect left prior to police arrival.

Theft: A suspect stole multiple pieces of merchandise from the store on the 700 block of Bellevue Way NE. The suspect was located and arrested for theft.

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