Selected Crime Reports for May 6-12

Below are selected crime reports for last week, ending on Sunday at midnight. This is not a comprehensive list of incidents in Bellevue. For more information, please visit our interactive crime map.

 May 6, 2019

 

TIME

03: 26

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant

 LOCATION

5500 Bk Coal Creek PKWY

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23396

 
 NARRATIVE

An officer was driving southbound on Coal Creek Pkwy SE and observed a white car with expired registration tabs dating to September 2017. The officer conducted a traffic stop and arrested the suspect on a felony warrant and booked him into jail.

 TIME

23: 30

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

10300 Bk 1ST ST

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23381

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect assaulted his girlfriend. He was taken into custody without incident and booked into jail.

 TIME

07: 03

 CONTACT TYPE

Burglary/Mental Health

 LOCATION

14800 Bk SE 46TH ST

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23410

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect was asked to leave a residence and tried to re-enter to retrieve a forgotten wallet and drugs.  The homeowner called police on re-entry and suspect was arrested for burglary and drugs.  The victim was taken to the hospital for an evaluation

 TIME

17: 23

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft

 LOCATION

500 Bk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23498

 
 NARRATIVE

A suspect was observed stealing merchandise from a store, he left the store and was detained until police arrived. Officers booked him into jail.

 TIME

20: 16

 CONTACT TYPE

Robbery

 LOCATION

700 Bk 148th Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23519

 
 NARRATIVE

An hour after two suspects and the victim had an argument, the suspects entered the victim’s car and grabbed the keys.  The victim confronted the suspects wanting his keys back.  One suspect pulled a weapon out and threatened the victim.  Both suspects fled on foot.   Perimeter officers at LA Fitness located and detained the suspects.  Both were arrested and booked into jail.

 
 
 

May 7, 2019

 

TIME

02: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

200 Bk 110th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23560

 
 NARRATIVE

Officer responded to a disturbance.  The suspect refused to leave and was trespassed.  The suspect still refused to leave and was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

05: 15

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant

 LOCATION

400 Bk 110th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

16-20841

 
 NARRATIVE

An Officer contacted Kirkland Police regarding a subject in their custody with a warrant. The officer took custody of the subject and transported him to jail.

 TIME

08: 08

 CONTACT TYPE

TRESPASS

 LOCATION

500 Bk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23584

 
 NARRATIVE

Officer contacted subject suspected of doing drugs outside of a business.  Subject appeared to be sterilizing a needle and admitted he had consumed drugs.  He was transported to the hospital for observation.

 TIME

19: 20

 CONTACT TYPE

Mental Health

 LOCATION

3000 Bk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23713

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers located a man who was in distress.  He was taken into protective custody and admitted to the hospital.

 TIME

19: 43

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

500 Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23716

 
 NARRATIVE

Store security called in to report the suspect had been previously trespassed and was back on the property.  Officers located the suspect in the store, arrested and booked him into jail.

 TIME

23: 57

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant

 LOCATION

100th Ave SE/Hazelwood Ln SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23756

 
 NARRATIVE

An officer responded to the area to investigate a vehicle driving erratically.  The officer located and contacted the driver parked along the road. The investigation revealed the driver was driving with a suspended license and had a warrant.  He was booked into jail.

 

May 8, 2019

 

TIME

02: 27

 CONTACT TYPE

Motor Vehicle Theft

 LOCATION

14700 Bk Main St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23764

 
 NARRATIVE

An officer was patrolling and observed a stolen vehicle parked in the lot. Officers arrived on scene and assisted with a felony stop as the vehicle was occupied by the driver. The vehicle keys were in the suspect’s pocket. The suspect was booked into jail.

 TIME

20: 46

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant

 LOCATION

2400 Bk 151 PS SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23924

 NARRATIVE

An officer contacted the suspect for a Park Rules Violation.  The investigating officer determined that the suspect had an outstanding Warrant. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

20: 37

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

600 Bk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23922

 

 

 NARRATIVE

Police arrested a suspect who had been trespassed earlier for theft.  She was arrested and booked into jail.

 

May 9, 2019

 TIME

04: 38

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

600 Bk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23962

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect contacted by police for trespass.  The investigating officer determined that the suspect had a valid, confirmed trespass from the business. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

18: 35

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant/ID Theft

 LOCATION

11200 Bk SE 6th ST

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-23899

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers contacted the suspects after a neighboring agency alerted them to the suspects using stolen credit cards.  The suspects admitted to using the fake credit cards.  The officers discovered various materials for creating fake ID’s, suspected drugs and paraphernalia. The suspect also had outstanding warrants and were arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

23: 06

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

600 Bk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24142

 NARRATIVE

Security flagged down officers because the suspects were in an employee-only area.  Officers discovered multiple bottles of stolen liquor on the suspects.  They were arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

23: 44

 CONTACT TYPE

Arrest

 LOCATION

14400 BLK SE 16 St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24148

 

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspect was contacted by police during a traffic stop. The investigating officer discovered the suspect was driving with a suspended license.  The suspect was advised that she would be summoned in the mail with a court date.

 TIME

22: 53

 CONTACT TYPE

Arrest

 LOCATION

13600 Bk Bellevue Redmond Road

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24141

 

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspect was contacted by police during a traffic stop. The investigating officer discovered the suspect was driving with a suspended license.  The suspect was advised that he would be summoned in the mail with a court date.

 

May 10, 2019

 TIME

00: 11

 CONTACT TYPE

Arrest

 LOCATION

140 Ave NE/NE 20th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24151

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect was contacted by police during a traffic stop. The investigating officer discovered the suspect’s car had a canceled title. The suspect was advised that she would be summoned in the mail with a court date.

 TIME

00: 53

 CONTACT TYPE

No Contact Order/False Statements

 LOCATION

Bellevue-Redmond Rd/NE 24 St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24158

 NARRATIVE

The suspect and passenger were contacted by Police during a traffic stop.  The investigating officer determined the suspect lied about her name.  Upon discovering her true identity, officers discovered she was driving with a suspended license and in violation of a protection order. The officer determined that the suspect driver is the respondent and her passenger is the protected person in the served order.  The suspect also had 2 prior convictions for Violation of a No Contact Order.  She was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

02: 08

 CONTACT TYPE

Burglary

 LOCATION

5100 Bk Lakemont BLVD SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24165

 
 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a burglary alarm and discovered that the drive-thru window had been broken out and unknown suspect(s) had made entry, stealing items. A perimeter was established and K9 tracking was initiated.  The K9 tracked the suspect for a distance, then lost it. There have been 2 other recent Burglary Calls at this business with matching the suspect description. (04/28 19-21790, 05-07 19-23567)

 TIME

11: 25

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance, DUI

 LOCATION

360 Bk 122nd Pl. NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24215

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect pushed the victim and rammed into a parked car in the driveway four times.  The suspect walked from his car down the driveway, where officers located him. He failed to follow instructions and when officers attempted to detain him for the domestic disturbance, he attempted to pull away from officers.  The suspect was arrested after use of force and investigated for DUI with a blood draw.  He was booked into jail.

 TIME

12: 32

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

1800 Bk 150th Ave. SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24225

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect called 911 and reported being assaulted by a roommate.  The investigation found suspect was angry at roommate for being noisy while making a meal and cleaning her dishes.  The suspect pushed roommate to ground, causing visible injury.  Suspect arrested and taken to jail.

 TIME

13: 40

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft

 LOCATION

4100 Bk Factoria Blvd. SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24243

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect took items from the business and did not pay for them.  Officers later found the suspect wearing the stolen items.  She was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

14: 48

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft

 LOCATION

1560 NE 8th St.

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24257

 NARRATIVE

The suspect took items and left without paying for them.  Bellevue Police Bike Unit arrested and booked the suspect into jail.

 TIME

17: 53

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

1600 Bk 103rd Pl NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24267

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers investigated the suspect for assaulting his girlfriend and breaking her cell phone. When the officers attempted to contact the suspect at his residence, he slammed the door and went to the back sliding glass door where another officer contacted him. The suspect retreated to the kitchen where officers heard him say he would not go back to jail and saw him arm himself with a weapon.  The suspect’s mother let officers in.  The suspect had a self-inflicted wound on his leg and was taken into custody without incident. On the way to the hospital, the suspect damaged the interior of the ambulance and kicked an officer.  He was treated at the hospital, arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

22: 24

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI

 LOCATION

14500 Bk NE 29th Pl.

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24344

 
 NARRATIVE

A subject was driving and struck another vehicle.  The victim followed the suspect and confronted him about the incident.  He became belligerent with the victim and then ran away.  He was located, and it was determined that he was intoxicated at the time of the collision.  He was booked into jail.

 

May 11, 2019

 TIME

02: 22

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

12600 Bk NE 10th Pl.

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24393

 
 NARRATIVE

Two subjects became involved in a verbal altercation that turned physical.  The victim sustained abrasions and bite marks.  The suspect was placed under arrest and booked into jail.

 TIME

07: 45

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

10500 Bk Main ST

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24407

 
 NARRATIVE

During a domestic dispute investigation, the officer learned of a No Contact Order in place between the two parties.  One party also had a warrant.  The suspect was arrested without incident for the warrant.

 

 TIME

11: 41

 CONTACT TYPE

Assist Structure Fire

 LOCATION

16600 Bk SE 27th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24428

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers assisted with traffic control on a house fire.

 TIME

15: 50

 CONTACT TYPE

Mental Health

 LOCATION

16600 Bk SE 27th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24458

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers were notified about a subject in distress. Officers spotted his car and detained him without incident. He was transported to the hospital.

 TIME

21: 30

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault, DUI

 LOCATION

Coal Creek Pkwy and Forrest Drive

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24519

 NARRATIVE

The suspect was involved in a one-car crash. As Firefighters attempted to put the suspect in an ambulance, the suspect became argumentative and tried to leave the scene. As an officer tried to detain the suspect in handcuffs; she broke free, punched one officer in the face then punched the other officer as he moved in to assist. The suspect was handcuffed without incident. Neither officer was injured. The suspect was evaluated at the hospital.  She was booked into jail.

 TIME

23: 02

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrants/Drugs

 LOCATION

14400 Bk NE 20th St.

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24537

 
 NARRATIVE

An officer conducted a traffic stop for a traffic infraction.  The driver was driving with a suspended license and he had an outstanding felony warrant for burglary. A search also revealed suspected heroin and drug paraphernalia.  He was booked into jail.

 

May 12, 2019

 TIME

08: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Suspicious Circumstances

 LOCATION

900 Bk 124th AVE NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24033

 

 

 NARRATIVE

The victim reported that an unknown female suspect entered her apartment. The female suspect left the apartment crying and was not located. 

 TIME

09: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

3000 Bk Mt. Baker Blvd

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24594

 
 NARRATIVE

 An officer investigated an assault complaint at the hospital where a female victim was being treated for a human bite injury. It was discovered the dispute happened inside the suspect’s car in Seattle.  The case was referred to the Seattle Police Department who is investigating that incident.

 TIME

17: 25

 CONTACT TYPE

Welfare Check

 LOCATION

900 Bk 139th Pl NE #B03

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-24635

 
 NARRATIVE

A 911 call from a female asking for the police was disconnected and numerous callbacks went unanswered. There is domestic violence history at the location and neighbors reported hearing an argument earlier in the day. The subject’s car was parked outside the apartment. Numerous additional attempts to make contact using various methods also went unanswered. Warrantless entry for a welfare check was authorized.  The female was contacted inside and denied any problems. There were no signs of injury, criminal activity or property damage.

 

Bellevue Police Department Releases 2018 Annual Report

The Bellevue Police Department has released its annual report for 2018, highlighting the department’s accomplishments and achievements over the past year. Bellevue Police continue to adapt to serve our diverse city while striving to deliver superior law enforcement services with respect, accountability and service. Some of the notable accomplishments for 2018 include:

  • The Police Department made significant changes to increase its overall efficiency. This includes a streamlined hiring process, new public records software to reduce the public disclosure process workload and a remote video camera system for prisoner arraignments.  The transport officer was reassigned to handle citywide parking issues.
  • Bellevue has continued to experience a reductionumbersn in certain property crimes for a third consecutive year. Residential burglaries and motor vehicle prowls are down by 20 percent and 21 percent respectively.  This is a significant reduction that is a direct result of the diligent work of our investigators, bicycle officers, patrol officers, and sector captains.
  • The department hired 26 new employees in 2018, despite the national challenge related to recruitment and hiring.  This success is due in part to a hiring bonus offered to attract experienced officers.

The close relationship between the Police Department and the Bellevue community is one of the reasons that Bellevue enjoys one of the lowest crime rates for a community of its size. Bellevue Police Officers also remain highly trained; officers averaged 145 hours of training per officer in 2018, for a department-wide total of 24,593 training hours.

The 2018 annual report is available on the city of Bellevue’s website, or hard copies are available at Bellevue City Hall or at the police substations in Crossroads and Factoria.

 

 

 

Bellevue Police To Host Crossroads Community Resource Fair

Bellevue Police will host a Community Resource Fair for the Crossroads neighborhood tomorrow night at 6:00 p.m. at Stevenson Elementary School.  Chief Steve Mylett will update the recent homicide investigation and introduce other organizations that provide family community services.   Translators will be available for Spanish speaking  residents.  Stevenson Elementary is located at 14220 NE 8th St. in BellStevensonResourceFair4.30.19Spanish (002).jpgevue.

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Bellevue Police Take Back Unwanted Drugs This Saturday

It’s time to clear out the medicine cabinet and safely dispose of unwanted and unused drugs. This Saturday, April 27th, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bellevue Police will take part in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Drug Take Back Day. You can drop off your expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs for disposal at Bellevue City Hall, the Bellevue Police Crossroads Substation or the Bellevue Police Factoria Substation inside Factoria Mall (The DEA cannot accept liquids or needles or sharps, only pills or patches.)  This is the 8th year the Bellevue Police Department and the DEA have provided this free and anonymous service in an effort to curb prescription drug abuse. Drop off your drugs, no questions asked.

DEA TakeBack

Since the program began, the DEA and its local and state law enforcement partners have collected more than ten million pounds of prescription drugs. On average, each event brings in more than 450 tons of pills.

This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. Medicines that sit unused in home cabinets are highly susceptible to misuse and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash—both pose potential safety, health and environmental hazards.

 

Bellevue Police Welcomes Veteran Journalist As New Public Information Officer

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Meeghan Black

The Bellevue Police Department is pleased to announce award-winning journalist Meeghan Black is the new Public Information Officer.  Black will work with the media on police matters, run the department’s social media and be the chief storyteller for Bellevue Police.

Black has been a fixture on Seattle TV since the mid-1990s.  She began as a reporter at KIRO TV and transitioned to KING-TV where she was a reporter, anchor, meteorologist and pioneered the KING 5 traffic department.  After hosting the popular shows Evening Magazine and Gardening with Ciscoe on KING, Black left television to pursue other interests.

“We are excited for Meeghan to join our team and bring her vast media and communications experience to the Bellevue Police Department.  Meeghan’s storytelling ability will help us better connect with our residents and highlight the amazing programs provided by us, said Bellevue Chief of Police Steve Mylett.

Black says this position is a perfect fit.  “As PIO of the Bellevue Police Department, I am really going back to my roots as a reporter and storyteller.  I look forward to working with my former colleagues in the media, connecting with Bellevue residents and putting a bright spotlight on the amazing programs this department offers.”

Meeghan will be training with outgoing PIO Seth Tyler for the next few weeks before assuming the role full-time.

Be sure to follow the Bellevue Police Department on Twitter @BvuePD and Facebook.