Voyeur records woman in changing room | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Sept. 10-14.

  • Friday, September 20, 2019 1:30am
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Sept. 10

DUI: At 2:39 a.m. in the 4900 block of 116th Avenue Southeast, a subject was allegedly driving while under the influence and rolled her car into the front yard of a residence. Her friend had non-life threatening injuries and the suspect was also treated for minor injuries and processed for DUI.

Sept. 11

Road rager: At 6:31 p.m. at 140th Avenue Northeast and Main Street, a victim reported that a suspect passed him, and then cut him off and pulled in front of him, stopping him at the location. The suspect exited his car and punched the victim’s front window. It broke. The suspect returned to their car and the victim told police they pointed a gun at them. However, video footage of the incident did not reveal a weapon being pointed at the victim.

Sept. 13

Break and grab: At 7:30 a.m. in the 4300 block of Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast, a suspect smashed the front window of a car to steal items from inside. The victim had just pulled into parking. Officers were unable to find the suspect.

Unfortunate living situation: At 8:50 a.m. in the 2600 block of 146th Avenue Southeast, two subjects recently moved in together, becoming roommates. They got into heated arguments over the past few days. During one of these arguments, the victim claimed the suspect pushed them during an argument. There were no injuries.

Voyeur: At 1:21 p.m. in the 500 block of Bellevue Way Northeast, a female saw someone holding a cell phone under her changing room stall and recording. In video footage a male was seen leaving with his hoodie up. There was video later acquired that showed the possible suspect with his hood off. They resembled a suspect doing the same thing last year.

Sept. 14

Head butt threats: At 6:11 p.m. in the 15000 block of Southeast 44th street, a suspect assaulted his elderly father and violated a domestic violence order with his brother. Once in custody and in the back of the cop car, the suspect threatened to head butt officers.


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