Woman who tried to purchase car with fake license is ‘Audi’ there | Bellevue Police Blotter Feb. 6-12

Woman who tried to purchase car with fake license is ‘Audi’ there | Bellevue Police Blotter Feb. 6-12

Feb. 6

PUBLIC LIBRARY PERVERT: A man reportedly showed his penis to a female patron at the Newport Library.

Feb. 7

CHURCH VANDAL: An unknown suspect vandalized the “Black Lives Matter” sign at the East Shore Unitarian Church.

Feb. 8

PEDESTRIAN STRUCK: A sedan was forced off of the roadway at the intersection of 140th Avenue Northeast after a collision with a small box truck. The sedan struck a pedestrian on the sidewalk, knocking him down and causing a minor leg injury. No drugs or alcohol are suspected as factors in the crash.

Feb. 9

I’M AUDI HERE: A woman attempted to purchase a car with a fake driver’s license at a dealership in the 11800 block of NE 8th St. The employees recognized that it was a fake drivers license, but the suspect fled the scene and was not located.

SHOOT THAT WALL: A janitor reported that a suspect fired a gun at a wall next to a building in the 13900 block of SE Eastgate Way. The suspect fled towards a vacant lot next door, but police K-9s and a helicopter crew were unable to locate him.

Feb. 11

GET OUT OF THE STREET: A passerby called police to report a subject yelling and laying on the ground at the intersection of 120th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 8th Street. When officers arrived, the subject was passed out and visibly intoxicated. They determined he was unable to care for himself and transported him to the hospital.

Feb. 12

LOOK A GIFT CARD IN THE MOUTH: Some men went into a restaurant in the 14600 block of NE 24th St. and asked for gift cards. The manager gave them three and went into the office to get more cards, at which point, the suspects fled. The manager confronted the suspects as they got into a car in the parking lot. The driver drove at the manager, who had to jump out of the way.


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