Bellevue Police investigators made two additional arrests today as a large scale investigation into an organized ring of car prowlers kicks into high gear. Bellevue SWAT team members served a search warrant in the 9600 block of S. 252nd St. in Kent this afternoon, arresting a 28 year-old female and a 29 year-old male that was wanted for an unrelated robbery and assault case in King County. Investigators also seized a purple Glock handgun. Including the two arrests made today, 14 individuals have been arrested in “Operation Radcliffe”, which has been targeting car prowlers hitting area parks, and Bellevue Police expect to make additional arrests. The message from Bellevue Police is clear: The Bellevue Police Department takes these crimes seriously, and is committed to bringing those who choose to target this city to justice.
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A PURPLE glock?! That alone should add a couple felony charges.
Kent again? Maybe we should build a trump-wall along the southern border of Bellevue…