Woman assaulted at Bellevue Transit Center | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Jan. 29- Feb. 3.

  • Wednesday, February 13, 2019 11:47am
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Jan. 29

Car prowls: At 6:30 a.m.in the 11800 block of Southeast 68th Place, a victim reported that an unknown suspect entered his locked car parked in his driveway. They then stole their garage door opener and used it to enter through the main garage door. Inside they prowled the victim’s second vehicle.

Domestic disturbance: At 2 p.m. in the 1200 block of 132nd Ave Northeast, officers responded to a residence on reports of a long domestic abuse history. Officers conducted an interview with the victim and will forward charges. Authorities are attempting to locate the involved suspect.

Jan. 30

Unwanted ride: At 3:45 p.m. in the 1000 block of 121st Avenue Southeast, a victim was approached by a male described as Indian, in a red sedan, on her way home from school. He asked her if she wanted a ride, but she declined. The suspect drove up the street and re-approached the victim. This time he motioned for her to come to his car but she fled. Officers responded but could not locate the suspect.

School’s important: At 7:27 p.m. in the 15200 block of Northeast 6th Place, a dad was upset after he learned his adult son — living in a private, rented bedroom in the house — was not attending school. The dad broke down the son’s door and assaulted the son. The dad was arrested and booked for Assault 4.

Jan. 31

Public urination: At 1 p.m. in the 600 block of Bellevue Way Northeast, a suspect was contacted by authorities for urinating in a parking garage. They discovered the suspect had felony warrants and one misdemeanor warrant.

Feb. 1

Your mom doesn’t work here: At 12:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast, a suspect and victim got into a physical altercation during an argument about house rules. The suspect was booked for assault.

Scary roommate: At 11:25 p.m. in the 16400 block of Southeast 34th Street, two roommates got into a verbal argument in Seattle. One of the roommates drove home to Bellevue, leaving the other behind. The left behind housemate later returned to the residence and kicked in the front door. The other roommate barricaded herself in a room downstairs and called 911. The suspect left before authorities arrived but was located by officers at a nearby motel and was arrested.

Feb. 2

Domestic disturbance: At 1:17 p.m. in the 10800 block of Northeast 6th Street, witnesses reported a male assaulting a woman at the Bellevue Transit Center. Officers arrived on the scene and located the victim. The suspect was found a block away. The victim told authorities that her boyfriend had assaulted her. The suspect had a felony arrest warrant. He was booked into jail.

Online no-no: At 11:24 p.m. in the 4400 block of 170th Avenue Southeast, a male victim contacted a female suspect online in an attempt to set up casual sexual communication. The victim was “persuaded” to send nude photos of himself to the suspect. She then turned around after receiving the revealing photos and threatened to post them online if the victim didn’t pay her $400. The victim stopped communicating with her and contacted police.

Feb. 3

Scammers want gift cards: At 8:19 a.m. at the City of Bellevue, a victim came to the police station to report that while in the city, she received a phone call on her cell phone from a man claiming to be with the Social Security Administration. He told her she needed to send $17,000 or that she would be arrested. The victim explained to him that she thought it was a scam and that she was headed to the Bellevue Police Department to report the incident. Minutes after, another call came in under the City of Bellevue number (425-452-6917). A man posing as an “officer Mitcher” identified himself as a Bellevue Police officer and told her not to go to the police station or that she would be arrested. The victim bought 34 $500 Google cash cards and sent the money to the suspect.

Don’t cross on green: At 6:38 p.m. at Northeast 15th Street and 156 Avenue Northeast, a pedestrian was traveling in the crosswalk despite the signal not to. A vehicle traveling south on 156th Ave Northeast drove through the intersection on a green light. And the pedestrian walked into the side of the vehicle as it passed and caused the car’s side mirror to hit the pedestrian, spinning him, catching onto his bags and throwing him to the ground face first. The pedestrian was transported for treatment with non-life-threatening injuries.

It came out of nowhere: At 11:10 p.m. in the 3000 block of 148th Avenue Southeast, an officer observed a vehicle exiting Interstate 90 with significant vehicle damage, traveling with no lights on. The vehicle continued onto Southeast Eastgate Way and a traffic stop was initiated. The suspect continued to drive at slow speeds and eventually stopped and pulled into Michael’s Toyota where he jumped the sidewalk and crashed into a parked vehicle that was for sale, stopping. The suspect was arrested for DUI.

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