Victim chases suspect who stoler her $15,000 purse | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Sept. 17-22.

  • Thursday, September 26, 2019 2:49pm
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Sept. 17

Modified exhaust: At 10:45 p.m. at Factoria Boulevard Southeast and Southeast Newport Way, an officer contacted someone for their modified exhaust on their car. The officer recognized the driver from previous traffic stops. The officer discovered the driver had fake license plates, no valid driver’s license and was operating the car with a modified exhaust.

Sept. 19

Head injury: At 1:18 a.m. in the 900 block of Bellevue Way Northeast, security found a subject with an injury to the back of his head. Police determined the injury was likely due to a fall. There were no signs of criminal activity. Police told the Washington State Liquor & Cannabis Board about the incident, because of the subject’s extreme level of intoxication that was likely due to over service at a local bar.

Sept. 20

$15,000 purse: At 11:30 a.m. at 106th Avenue and Main Street, the suspect went inside the victim’s business and stole her boss’s $15,000 purse. The victim chased the suspect outside and the two got into a scuffle. The police arrived moments later and arrested the suspect.

Abduction: At 1: 15 p.m. in the 120 block of 147th Avenue Southeast, a victim woke up in Newcastle. She did not remember anything after being approached by a man in a parking lot. The woman was taken to the hospital and the investigation remains ongoing.

Sept. 22

Robbery: At 8:51 p.m. in Crossroads Park: the victim was walking through the Crossroads Park near the Bellevue Youth Theatre when three unidentified male suspects struck him. He fell to the ground and the suspects stole from him. The suspects fled on foot and could not be located.

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