Unknown suspect impersonates an officer in a police vehicle | Police blotter for March 12-18

Unknown suspect impersonates an officer in a police vehicle | Police blotter for March 12-18

The blotter is a sample from the Bellevue Police Department’s Bellevue Beat Blog.

  • Tuesday, March 27, 2018 12:00pm
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Sunday, March 18

Burglary/Auto-theft: An unknown suspect burglarized a business on the 100 block of 148th Ave. Northeast and stole a customer’s vehicle that was in for repairs.

Auto-theft: An unknown suspect prowled the victim’s vehicle parked on the 10200 block of Northeast 12th St. and located a valet key in the owner’s manual. The suspect then Stole vehicle from underground parking.

Burglary/Auto-theft: A witness heard a loud crash and observed two males run from the smashed door of a business on the 12000 block of Northeast 12th St. Officers arrived and discovered a burglary at the location. Further investigation revealed that a customer’s vehicle was also stolen.

Saturday, March 17

Impersonation: A subject was speeding on I-405 South when the suspect pulled in front of him and activated amber lights across his back windshield. Suspect then began following the victim until they stopped on the 2000 block of 124th Ave. Northeast. Officers investigated but were unable to develop probable cause for impersonating an officer.

Friday, March 16

Drugs/Warrant: A subject was contacted for smoking marijuana at the bus stop on the 1600 block of 140th Ave. Northeast. During the contact it was discovered that he had an outstanding warrant. Further investigation revealed that he was in possession of suspected heroin and methamphetamine. The suspect was booked into jail.

Crash/DUI: A vehicle (one) had a green light on the 2200 block of 148th Ave. Northeast, when a second vehicle (two) made a left hand turn on a blinking yellow arrow in front of vehicle one. Vehicle one struck vehicle two and pushed it onto its side. The driver in Vehicle two had injuries and was arrested for DUI.

Burglary: An unknown suspect tried to burglarize the gas station on the 1600 block 145th Place Southeast. K-9 tracked but suspect was not located.

Thursday, March 15

Drugs/Warrant: An officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle for two occupants not wearing seat belts at the corner of Northeast 1st and 105th Ave. Northeast. The driver of the vehicle had a suspended license, the front passenger had multiple arrest warrants, there was suspected crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia and the rear passenger had arrest warrants and drug paraphernalia. Inside the suspect vehicle was evidence of organized retail theft. The three suspects were arrested and booked.

Theft: A suspect and their friends stole items from a store on the 700 block of Bellevue Way Northeast. The suspects were caught and arrested.

Tuesday, March 13

Theft/Motor Vehicle Theft: Bike Squad officers responded to the report of a theft that had just occurred at Factoria Mall. Dispatch provided the description of a possibly related vehicle. The officers arrived and determined that the vehicle and the plate displayed on it were both stolen. They also contacted and detained two subjects in the vehicle. A third suspect was later located and also placed under arrest. During the investigation it was determined that one of the suspects was also in possession of stolen mail.

Malicious Harassment: Three victims have been racially harassed and threatened by suspect for the past two months. They all live in the same apartment building and work together. The suspect was arrested for malicious harassment and booked into jail.

DUI: A driver was stopped and subsequently arrested for DUI on the 3300 block of Northup. A warrant for blood was obtained.

Monday, March 12

Theft: Two suspects stole items and pushed a store employee as they left on the 4100 block of Factoria Boulevard of Southeast. Officers attempted to stop the suspect car but it eluded onto the freeway and continued west on I-90. Suspects and vehicle matched the description of two suspects who stole from another store about 60 minutes earlier. The investigation is ongoing.

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