A photo of the DUI crash courtesy of the Bellevue Police Department

A photo of the DUI crash courtesy of the Bellevue Police Department

Suspected arrested for DUI after crashing into curb | Police blotter for April 11-15

The blotter is provided by the Bellevue Police blog and is not a list of incidents in Bellevue.

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Sunday, April 15

Theft: A subject called police to report that his mother assaulted him on the 2600 block of Northeast 10th Place. When officers arrived, they determined the subject was upset with his mother when she took his new shoes away because he stole her credit card and used it to buy the shoes. The caller was arrested and after it was determined that he stole the credit card.

Assault: A subject threatened to kill her aunt and sister on the 700 block of 109th Ave. Southeast. The aunt called 911 at which time the subject grabbed a large kitchen knife and continued the threatening behavior. Both victims fled the house. The suspect was detained without incident.

Exposing: An officer responded to an exposing complaint on the 13000 block of Southeast 26th St. The victim stated that the suspect, a former roommate, exposed himself to her and made lewd comments. The suspect was not located and the investigation ongoing.

Saturday, April 14

Burglary: Victim arrived home and noticed a back window was smashed at his home on the 5000 block of 119th Ave. Southeast.

Shoplift/False Statements/Drugs: Officers responded to a store on the 2000 block of 148th Ave. Northeast regarding a shoplift in progress. The suspects were contacted just prior to driving away and detained. Three suspects were arrested for shoplifting. The suspect vehicle was towed to the station pending a search warrant. Two of the suspects lied about their names. Both had several warrants including organized retail theft, theft, drugs and driving with a suspended license. The suspects were transported to jail where booking searches of both suspects revealed narcotics and narcotics paraphernalia.

Sex Offense: The victim saw the suspect exposing his genitals on the 15700 block of Northeast 4th St. the suspect was arrested for indecent exposure and booked.

Friday, April 13

DUI: A subject crashed her vehicle into a curb, disabling it on the 14800 block of Southeast 8th St. The suspect was arrested for DUI and blew a .20 BAC. Bellevue Police provided a photo of the disabled vehicle.

Drugs: A suspect driving a vehicle was stopped for having a suspended license on the 11400 block of Main St. After further investigation, the officer was granted permission to search the vehicle. The investigating officer located 4.4 grams of suspected meth and several unmarked pills. The suspect was arrested. Charges pending lab results.

Wednesday, April 11

Theft/Warrants: A suspect entered the store on the 2000 block of 148th Ave. Northeast, disrobed on the sales floor, stole additional clothes, put them on and ran out. He was followed to an adjacent business where he stole additional items. The suspect was located and taken into custody without incident. The suspect was found to have 3 Warrants for Harassment and Trespassing. He was booked into jail.

Rape: Bellevue detectives are investigating an alleged rape at a redacted location by known suspects.

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