Organized Retail Theft suspect arrested               

Detectives arrested a 43-year-old Bellevue man accused of stealing thousands of dollars of merchandise from several area stores and re-selling the product. Bellevue Police detectives, working closely with Fred Meyer loss prevention agents, apprehended Brandon Bussey when he showed up to an arranged meeting to sell some of the previously stolen merchandise.

“This is a clear example of organized retail theft,” said Major Debbie Christopherson. “This suspect would sell the merchandise he stole, and if he didn’t have what a customer wanted, he would go to the store, steal it and then sell it for profit.”

“Our detectives worked closely with loss prevention agents to identify and arrest this suspect,” Christopherson added. “We are continuing to build the case and expect to refer additional charges to the King County Prosecutor for review.”

Court documents accuse Bussey of stealing from four area Fred Meyer stores eleven times since late April. The value of the merchandise stolen is over $4,000.

Bussey was booked into jail and released on his own recognizance the following day.

This arrest comes days after the State Attorney General announced a statewide Organized Retail Crime Task Force. Bellevue Police are committed to working with other agencies to identify and arrest other suspects involved in organized retail theft.

Case # 22-32884  

Mail thief busted following resident complaint

A very busy mail thief suspect was arrested and booked into jail after a resident saw him on a video camera stealing his mail. Officers quickly responded to the 300 block of 109th Ave SE on Sunday, June 26th, just before 4:00 am, and located a vehicle in the area matching the description given by the victim. As officers were talking to the 33-year-old from Tacoma, they saw a large amount of mail visible in the suspect’s car.

The suspect gave officers permission to search his car, and they confiscated hundreds of pieces of mail, three US passports, 23 credit and debit cards, 16 personal checks and more, all in different names. Officers also recovered two black replica rifles.  

The suspect was arrested and booked into jail without incident.

Case # 22-34015

Coal Creek car prowl suspects arrested, charged

In a joint operation, Bellevue police and the King County Sheriff’s Office have arrested multiple suspects in dozens and dozens of car prowls, ID thefts and a robbery in the region. Bellevue detectives say Jhonny Taylor and Dominique Callier used a window punch to break into cars, stole credit cards and used them to buy or attempt to purchase gift cards. Taylor and Callier face 12 felony charges in connection with their crime spree.

Suspects prowling cars at the Coal Creek Trailhead

Detectives were able to identify the Taylor and Callier after reviewing surveillance video after multiple cars were prowled at the Coal Creek Trail Head.

“These suspects brazenly drove into parking lots in broad daylight, punched out windows, prowled dozens of cars, then immediately went to stores to fraudulently use stolen credit cards,” said Captain Shelby Shearer. “This happened at locations all over the Puget Sound Region. And we know from their criminal history that there was a propensity for violence and that we needed to get them off the streets.”

Taylor and another suspect, Francisco Pineda, are also accused of at least ten car prowls at a trailhead in North Bend, where the pair allegedly fired four shots at the victims who interrupted a prowl. As they fled, detectives say they assaulted a woman and stole her car.

Bellevue and King County Detectives located the suspects on June 8th. When deputies arrested them, they recovered a stolen .357 revolver.  A search of Taylor’s residence netted stolen credit cards, identification and fraudulently obtained gift cards. Taylor and Pineda are charged with robbery, assault and unlawful possession of a firearm.

“Working with the King County Sheriff’s Office, we were able to identify, arrest and get these suspects behind bars,” Shearer added. “We know these prowls are frightening for our residents and costly and potentially dangerous.”

A search of Callier’s residence netted stolen credit cards, multiple key fobs, victims’ ID cards and other property that was stolen during vehicle prowls.

To help prevent becoming a victim of a car prowl, you are urged never to leave valuables in your car. If you must leave items unattended, hide them before arriving at your location. Also, don’t forget to lock your doors.

Case # 22-21647

Bellevue Police announce new assistant chief   

Assistant Chief Andrew Popochock getting sworn in

Andrew Popochock has been sworn in as the new assistant chief of the Bellevue Police Department. Popochock began his law enforcement career with Bellevue in 2003 and has served throughout the department in both the investigations and patrol divisions. His leadership has led to organizational changes that have increased the department’s efficiency while focusing on officer and community involvement in the decision-making process.

Assistant Chief’s Arpin & Popochock, Chief Shirley

“Andrew’s experience, leadership and dedication to serving Bellevue for the past 19 years make him the right person for the job,” said Chief Wendell Shirley. “His passion and proven commitment to community policing and engagement will further strengthen our community connection.”

Popochock has most recently been the Planning, Research, and Program Management Major, a new position that focuses on law enforcement programs from a community engagement lens. These programs include the Advisory Councils, developing and deploying the Community Crisis Assistance Team pilot program, and the body-worn camera program.

Assistant Chief Popochock and his wife Hiedi Popochock

“I am humbled with the opportunity to help guide Bellevue forward and will work tirelessly to ensure the safety and feeling of safety of everyone who lives, works and visits this city,” said Assistant Chief Popochock. “It is essential to me that we continue to bridge the gap between the police department and community so that everyone is recognized and included in the work we do.”

During his career, Popochock’s assignments have included Field Training Officer, SWAT Commander and Civil Disturbance Unit Commander. Prior to serving in the Planning, Research, and Program Management Division, he led the Patrol Division for over two and a half years. AC Popochock has also received four Lifesaving awards, two Commanders Awards and the Police Medal. He recently graduated from Auburn University with an Executive MBA degree and has a graduate certificate in Cybersecurity Management.

Officers recognized for heroism during house slide

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Award winners Officer Montgomery, Corporal Whitaker and Officer Lyles

Three Bellevue police officers received the 2022 Axon Rise award, honoring them for their exemplary performance during the house slide in January. Corporal Joseph Whitaker, Officers Clayton Lyles and Michael Montgomery received recognition for entering the damaged home and rescuing the residents and their pet. View their story here.

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Corporal Whitaker, Officer Lyles and Officer Montgomery following the rescue

“We are very proud of these officers who risked their own safety to ensure the homeowners got out the house safely,” said Major Mark Tarantino. ” While they would tell you it was all in a day’s work, I believe it shows our officers’ courage, dedication, and commitment to serve Bellevue.”

In early March, the public was asked to vote for the Rise Award winner. The Bellevue community rallied to ensure Corporal Whitaker and Officers Lyles and Montgomery were recognized. The trio received the award during the Axon Accelerate conference in Arizona. Axon is a network of devices, apps and people that helps public safety personnel become smarter and safer.

 Congratulations, Corporal Whitaker and Officers Lyles and Montgomery!

Select crime reports for May 9-15

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 9

 TIME

02: 15

 CONTACT TYPE

Commercial Burglary

 LOCATION

14300 NE 20th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-23983

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a burglary investigation and determined that the suspects had illegally entered the business by prying the rear door. The business owner is trying to determine the total loss. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

15: 58

 CONTACT TYPE

Possession Stolen Vehicle

 LOCATION

10100 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24082

 
 NARRATIVE

Security reported an occupied stolen vehicle on their property. The security agent watched the vehicle move to a different parking lot, and officers arrived and contacted the driver. After determining that the vehicle was stolen, the suspect was arrested without incident and booked into jail.

 TIME

01: 23

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

800 Blk 164th Pl NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24109

 
 NARRATIVE

The subject has been having emotional outbursts and began punching holes in walls and doors. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

20: 20

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrants / Possession Stolen Vehicle

 LOCATION

500 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24125

 NARRATIVE

Officers contacted the driver of a stolen SUV found parked at the location. The subject was found to have several warrants issued for his arrest. He was transported and booked into Snohomish County Jail.

 TIME

20: 33

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant Arrest

 LOCATION

500 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-24127

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to an unwanted subject and determined that the suspect had an outstanding, confirmed warrant. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

21: 12

 CONTACT TYPE

Criminal Trespass

 LOCATION

500 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-24130

 NARRATIVE

While completing the arrest of a warrant suspect, officers were advised of another subject creating a disturbance. Officers contacted the intoxicated subject and observed him creating a disturbance. The officers gave the suspect multiple warnings, but he continued. He was trespassed, arrested and booked into jail.

 

May 10

 TIME

02: 20

 CONTACT TYPE

Reckless Burning

 LOCATION

10600 Blk Main St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24159

 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a fire on a sidewalk and located a female subject with a warrant.  She was arrested on the warrant, and charges are pending for starting the fire. She was booked into jail.

 TIME

04: 14

 CONTACT TYPE

Collision

 LOCATION

2000 Blk W Lake Sammamish Pkwy SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24164

 
 NARRATIVE

The driver failed to navigate the roadway and slid off into a ravine towards Lake Sammamish.  Approximately 80 feet down, a tree stopped the vehicle from continuing into the lake. The driver was transported to the hospital as a precaution.

 TIME

08: 10

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

5600 Blk 153rd Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24188

 NARRATIVE

The victim contacted police because his adult daughter had threatened him and herself. The victim fled to the WSP offices to call 911 because the daughter hid all the phones and disabled the Wi-Fi to prevent him from calling 911.  She was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

06: 30

 CONTACT TYPE

Order Violation

 LOCATION

10300 Blk NE 12th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24169

 NARRATIVE

The subject violated a court order by entering the respondent’s unlocked residence and initially refused to leave.  The respondent left when the victim contacted 911.  The suspect was not located by police during an area check.  Charges were filed via summons for violation of a court order.

 TIME

06: 29

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft

 LOCATION

12200 Blk SE 59th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24171

 NARRATIVE

An unknown suspect stole the victim’s catalytic converter from his vehicle.  This was the second time this victim had a catalytic converter stolen from this vehicle.

 TIME

13: 45

 CONTACT TYPE

Follow Up / Possession Stolen Property Arrest

 LOCATION

450 110 AVE NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21727

 NARRATIVE

Officers were following up on a previous case and took the suspect into custody for additional felony possession of stolen property charges from the investigation.

 TIME

14: 37

 CONTACT TYPE

Drugs

 LOCATION

2000 Blk 148th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24265

 NARRATIVE

The subject was passed out in a vehicle that had plates that did not belong to the car.  The subject was removed from the vehicle and detained for potential stolen vehicle and drug violations.  It was determined that the subject owned the license plate from another car and placed them on the unregistered car he was in.  He was given a statutory referral for narcotics and released at the scene.

 May 11

 TIME

10: 29

 CONTACT TYPE

Car Prowl/ Theft/ Possession Stolen Property

 LOCATION

800 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24413

 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a car prowl that had just occurred and located the suspect, and detained him.  The suspect had stolen items from the vehicle, including several credit cards, keys, and IDs belonging to other victims.  He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

13: 46

 CONTACT TYPE

Drugs

 LOCATION

2000 Blk 148th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24459

 NARRATIVE

Officers located the subject passed out under the influence of suspected fentanyl.  The suspect was contacted; fentanyl, foil, and a smoking device were taken. He was given a statutory referral.

 TIME

21: 14

 CONTACT TYPE

Order Violation

 LOCATION

3700 Blk 132nd Ave

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24344

 NARRATIVE

The subject got into a verbal argument with her significant other. There is an active, served DV no-contact order in place at the time of the altercation. The subject left before police arrived and could not be located. Officers were then called back to the scene a second time, where they located the suspect. He was taken into custody without incident and booked into jail.

 May 12

 TIME

07: 35

 CONTACT TYPE

Felony Warrants / Drugs

 LOCATION

300 Blk 120th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24589

 NARRATIVE

Officers saw the suspect smoking narcotics in a vehicle and determined he had a felony warrant out for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

15: 32

 CONTACT TYPE

Recovered Stolen

 LOCATION

2000 Blk 148th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24100

 NARRATIVE

Officers located a stolen, unoccupied vehicle in the parking lot.  They contacted the owner and the owner we able to recover it.

 TIME

22: 36

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant

 LOCATION

3700 Blk 150th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24751

 
 NARRATIVE

An officer on pro-active patrol located a vehicle displaying a stolen license plate.  Both occupants were detained without incident.  The plate was determined to no longer be stolen.  A records check showed that the passenger had a warrant for her arrest.  She was booked into jail.

 TIME

23: 51

 CONTACT TYPE

Recovered Stolen Vehicle

 LOCATION

14200 Blk SE 36th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24757

 
 NARRATIVE

An officer on pro-active patrol located a stolen vehicle parked and unoccupied. The registered owner could not be reached.

May 13

 TIME

05: 03

 CONTACT TYPE

Collision

 LOCATION

148th Ave SE/lake Hills Blvd

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24786

 NARRATIVE

The driver appeared to have fallen asleep on the way into the gym and struck the light pole knocking it down onto the median.  No drugs or alcohol appear to be involved.  The driver had his vehicle stolen last week in Bellevue and was driving his new vehicle this morning.

 TIME

07: 28

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant Arrest

 LOCATION

500 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

21-7733

 NARRATIVE

During an arrest for an outstanding warrant, the officer found suspected drugs on the subject. The subject was arrested and booked into jail. A Blake Referral form was completed.

 TIME

19: 51

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault

 LOCATION

2000 Blk 155th Pl NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24941

 NARRATIVE

The victim met the suspect on a dating app. The victim agreed to give the suspect money for her financial hardship. The victim and suspect met up today at his residence. The suspect took the money and sprayed the victim with mace. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

21: 01

 CONTACT TYPE

Fugitive from Justice

 LOCATION

15600 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24954

 NARRATIVE

The officer attempted to contact the suspect for a traffic violation. The suspect attempted to flee on foot and ignored lawful commands to stop. The officer was able to apprehend the suspect. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

21: 05

 CONTACT TYPE

Disturbance

 LOCATION

10300 Blk NE 1st St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24956

 
 NARRATIVE

Numerous residents called about many underage partygoers attempting to force entry into the secured apt building to access the roof for an impromptu party.  On 3/26, a similar incident occurred, which resulted in a shooting.  Large police presence was required as many (50+) loitered in the area before finally giving up and leaving.

 TIME

21: 45

 CONTACT TYPE

Recovered Stolen Vehicle

 LOCATION

3200 Blk 158th Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-24963

 NARRATIVE

An officer on proactive patrol located a stolen truck in the parking and recovered the vehicle. The investigation is ongoing.

 May 14

 TIME

01: 48

 CONTACT TYPE

Eluding/Hit and Run

 LOCATION

NE 4th St / 100 Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25005

 NARRATIVE

An officer attempted to stop a vehicle traveling in the wrong direction near 112th Ave NE and NE 4th St.  The vehicle did stop and ran several lights. The officer shut down and lost sight of the vehicle traveling WB on NE 4th St.  Another officer on a walkthrough of the downtown park heard a vehicle crash shortly after the officer called off his stop.  The vehicle had crashed into an unoccupied building.  The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

04: 53

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant/Burglary Tools

 LOCATION

13700 Blk NE Spring Blvd

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25019

 
 NARRATIVE

Several people called about a vehicle parked behind the business by the auto body shop.  This area has experienced an increase in burglaries recently. One suspect was detained attempting to ride away on a bicycle. He had an outstanding felony warrant. The second suspect had a screwdriver and a large set of keys from different vehicle brands. One key had been partially shaved down. The first suspect was booked on his warrants, and the second for burglary tools. A search following the arrested netted additional car keys and a small amount of suspected methamphetamines and heroin. A Blake drug referral was delivered.

 TIME

09: 58

 CONTACT TYPE

Car Prowl

 LOCATION

400 Blk 155th Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25050

 
 NARRATIVE

The victim contacted the police and reported that he parked his vehicle on 5/13, and when he returned the next day, his vehicle door was unlocked, and his GPS was missing from it. He also advised the officer that two checks were also taken.

 TIME

15: 20

 CONTACT TYPE

Suspended License

 LOCATION

159th Pl/ Lake Hills Blvd

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25132

 
 NARRATIVE

The officer contacted the suspect for a traffic infraction and determined that the subject had a suspended license. The subject was charged with driving on a suspended license.

 TIME

20: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass 1

 LOCATION

10900 Blk NE 4th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25182

 NARRATIVE

A subject from a previous trespassing calls this week was contacted again at a business for refusing to leave. The subject refused to identify himself and refused to leave after the officer asked him to leave. He was arrested for criminal trespass and booked into jail.

 TIME

19: 26

 CONTACT TYPE

Harassment

 LOCATION

12000 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25179

 NARRATIVE

Two local businesses received harassing emails from a similar sender. The emails had racial undertones and statements of possible violence. The case was forwarded to detectives for follow-up.

 TIME

22: 28

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrants

 LOCATION

2000 Blk 148th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

25203

 
 NARRATIVE

An officer on proactive patrol located a suspicious vehicle parked in front of the business in the handicap spot. The business has had an increase in shoplifts.  The officer discovered the driver had a warrant out for his arrest. He was arrested and turned over to Lake Forest Park PD.

 May 15

 TIME

00: 27

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant arrest

 LOCATION

14600 Blk BelRed Rd.

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25218

 
 NARRATIVE

An officer conducting a proactive patrol contacted a driver of a vehicle whose registered owner had an active warrant. The officer confirmed the driver was the registered owner. The suspect was booked into jail.

 TIME

02: 48

 CONTACT TYPE

Mental Health

 LOCATION

SE 36th St/136th Pl SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25235

 NARRATIVE

Officer responded to a 911 hang-up and located a subject who appeared to be suffering an emotional crisis.  After a conversation, the subject was taken into protective custody and transported to the hospital.

 TIME

17: 27

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault 2/Assault 4

 LOCATION

700 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25327

 
 NARRATIVE

An unknown male suspect entered the restroom where the victim and his son were. The son was inside the stall and did not witness the incident. The suspect assaulted the victim and placed him in a headlock. Another victim attempted to intervene and was also assaulted. The suspect fled the scene and was not located. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

18: 09

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft 3

 LOCATION

3900 Blk 124th Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25333

 NARRATIVE

An uncooperative suspect refused to identify herself and did not have any ID. She was eventually identified, arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

21: 26

 CONTACT TYPE

Robbery

 LOCATION

2300 Blk 140th Ave

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25357

 NARRATIVE

An employee bringing out the garbage was confronted by two males who pushed him to the ground and struck him with a large light bulb.  One of the suspects pulled off the victim’s gold chain.  The total loss was $650.

 TIME

21: 37

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

14600 Blk NE 7th Pl

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-25359

 NARRATIVE

A married couple had an argument over the husband’s drug dealing. The suspect pushed the victim down and punched her in the shoulder and leg.  The suspect fled the scene in a vehicle before police arrived. He was summonsed for DV Assault 4.

 

Detectives investigate bones found

Bellevue detectives responded to the 500 block 150th Pl NE after a City of Bellevue employee discovered bones in a wetlands area. The employee was conducting maintenance in the area just after 8:30 am Wednesday morning. It appears the bones have been there for several years.

Detectives have secured the scene and are waiting for the medical examiner and an anthropologist to determine if the bones are human or animal. Expect a lengthy police presence in the area.

Select crime reports for April 25 – May 1

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.

April 25

 TIME

04: 54

 CONTACT TYPE

Order Violation / Unlawful Possession Firearm

 LOCATION

13200 Blk NE 20th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21337

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspect violated a valid no-contact order against him by willingly being with the victim inside his home. The suspect was located in his vehicle and admitted to being in possession of a loaded firearm, also a violation of the no-contact order. He was arrested and booked into jail.  Officers seized the firearm after consent was given to retrieve it from his vehicle.

 TIME

07: 22

 CONTACT TYPE

Burglary

 LOCATION

14300 NE 20th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21344

 

 NARRATIVE

The reporting parted stated that an unknown suspect had broken into the business and stolen a cash drawer and an iPad. The suspect broke a glass door with a rock to get into the business.

 TIME

08: 18

 CONTACT TYPE

Burglary

 LOCATION

14100 Blk NE 20th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21348

 

 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a burglary and met with the store owner, who advised that a suspect had broken into the location and stolen the cash register. However, he advised that prior to closing, they removed the money from it so therefore, the register was empty.

 TIME

13: 27

 CONTACT TYPE

Robbery

 LOCATION

11200 Blk Main St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21398

 

 NARRATIVE

A male and female victim stated the suspect handcuffed a female victim and demanded the male victim give him $2,000 for allegedly stealing pills from him. The suspect is known by both victims. One victim said the suspect was armed with a bat and a knife. The suspect ended up stealing a victim’s vehicle. The investigation is ongoing.  

 TIME

17: 22

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant arrest

 LOCATION

4300 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-9977

 

 NARRATIVE

An officer responded to investigate a shoplift and contacted the subject sitting in a vehicle for the theft. The officer recovered the stolen merchandise, and the business only wanted the subject trespassed. The officer arrested the subject on an outstanding warrant and booked him into jail.

 TIME

18: 05

 CONTACT TYPE

Recovered Stolen Vehicle

 LOCATION

14600 Blk NE 38th Pl

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21445

 

 NARRATIVE

An officer located a recently reported stolen vehicle out of Kirkland. The victim was able to track his vehicle via GPS. The officers located the unoccupied stolen vehicle and recovered it for the victim.

 TIME

18: 05

 CONTACT TYPE

Burglary

 LOCATION

4800 Blk 122nd Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21444

 

 NARRATIVE

Two unknown male suspects cut the wires to the victim’s internet, which disabled the home alarm and video cameras. Among the identified stolen items was a firearm. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

19: 19

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant arrest

 LOCATION

10800 Blk NE 6th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21453

 

 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a disturbance on a coach at the transit center. They contacted the subject and arrested him on an outstanding warrant. He was booked into jail.

 April 26

 TIME

17: 25

 CONTACT TYPE

Follow Up / Warrant Arrest

 LOCATION

4300 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21640

 

 NARRATIVE

A victim from a previous Bellevue case (22-21398) called in to report he had tracked his stolen cell phone to the mall.  Officers located the suspect in a bathroom stall and arrested him without incident on his active warrant.  The officers recovered the victim’s cell phones and other personal property from the suspect. He was booked into jail without incident.

 TIME

19: 15

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant Arrest

 LOCATION

500 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21655

 

 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a disturbance, and when they arrived, they determined no crime had been committed. The suspect departed shortly after officers arrived.  The officer recognized the suspect and determined he had numerous misdemeanor warrants out for his arrest. Officers recontacted the suspect. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

19: 07

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant Arrest

 LOCATION

500 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21654

 

 NARRATIVE

Security reported subjects possibly smoking something off foil in the parking garage.  Officers contacted and trespassed all three subjects in the car.  One suspect had a felony warrant and was arrested and booked into jail without incident. 

 TIME

09: 32

 CONTACT TYPE

Driving with License Suspended/ Weapons

 LOCATION

15100 Blk NE 24th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21546

 

 NARRATIVE

An officer observed the subject driving while his license was suspended. The officer conducted a traffic stop and noticed a gun sticking out of his waistband.  He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

15: 27

 CONTACT TYPE

Drugs

 LOCATION

300 Blk 120th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21612

 

 NARRATIVE

Officers patrolling the above location saw two suspects attempt to sell/give a fentanyl pill to a third suspect. Officers contacted the first two suspects and seized the suspected narcotics.  Both were given statutory referrals.

 April 27

 TIME

07: 49

 CONTACT TYPE

Car Prowl

 LOCATION

14000 Blk BelRed Rd

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21725

 

 NARRATIVE

A victim reported that an unknown suspect broke out the driver’s side front window and stole a basketball bag with shoes, a basketball and medicine for her pet. The victim believes that the vehicle was prowled sometime this morning.

 TIME

12: 49

 CONTACT TYPE

Car Theft

 LOCATION

15600 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21784

 

 NARRATIVE

The caller reported that her son’s vehicle was stolen. She advised the officers that an unknown suspect had taken her son’s vehicle while he was away at college. She also advised the officer that the last time she saw the vehicle was on 4/19/22. She doesn’t know who could have taken his vehicle.

 TIME

11: 12

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault

 LOCATION

14200 Blk SE Eastgate Way

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21763

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspect assaulted a metro bus driver when he asked her to leave the bus for not paying her bus fare. The suspect punched the driver and then sprayed him with pepper spray. As the suspect was exiting the bus, another witness was attempting to help the driver by asking the suspect to just get off the bus and the suspect sprayed him with pepper spray as well. Officer arrived and arrested the suspect. She was booked into jail.

 TIME

18: 12

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault

 LOCATION

500 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21645

 

 NARRATIVE

Security called yesterday reporting a suspect causing problems and who was carrying a machete, although it was not in play. During the incident, security reported the suspect raised a stick above his head and made a threatening statement. He then threw the stick at the security officer before fleeing. The suspect returned to the area today, prompting security to call police.  Officers located the suspect and arrested him on probable cause from yesterday’s events. The suspect still had the machete on his person, and it still was not in play. It was booked into evidence for safekeeping.  The suspect was booked into jail without incident.

 TIME

20: 51

 CONTACT TYPE

Collision

 LOCATION

3500 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21663

 

 NARRATIVE

A driver drove her car inside the old Starbucks located adjacent to the Factoria QFC.  Her vehicle was still drivable and was driven out of the business and secured.  The driver was uninjured and given a courtesy ride home. 

 TIME

20: 43

 CONTACT TYPE

Mental Health

 LOCATION

15500 Blk SE 5th Ct

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21662

 

 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a person in crisis. She was transported to the hospital for an evaluation.

 TIME

21: 03

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault/ Warrant Arrest

 LOCATION

500 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-21862

 

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to an assault investigation yesterday and determined that the suspect had assaulted a security officer. They could not locate the suspect after the incident. Today, the suspect returned and again was creating a disturbance. He was arrested and booked into jail for the assault and an outstanding warrant.

 TIME

21: 06

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft 

 LOCATION

400 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-21864

 

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a shoplifter who had been detained by security and determined that the suspect had concealed items on her person and attempted to leave the business without paying. The suspect was arrested, and she was advised she would be summoned in the mail with a court date and released at the scene.

 TIME

21: 55

 CONTACT TYPE

Robbery

 LOCATION

300 Blk 120th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-21867

 

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a theft in progress and were advised that the suspects had already fled the business. The officers learned that the manager had attempted to contact a suspect to prevent the theft and that the suspect pushed him out of the way to escape. The manager stated that he recognized the suspect from prior thefts from the store. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

23: 30

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant

 LOCATION

1200 Blk 112th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-21884

 

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to an unwanted subject and determined that the suspect had an outstanding, confirmed warrant. He was arrested and transferred to Kirkland PD.

 TIME

08: 23

 CONTACT TYPE

Possession Stolen Vehicle/Stolen Firearm/Drugs /Possession Stolen Property/ Obstructing

 LOCATION

2000 Blk 148th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21727

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspects were passed out in a stolen truck. Officers pinned the truck in with their vehicles and attempted contact with the two suspects.  One suspect woke up, and officers saw a firearm in his outer jacket pocket. The second suspect then woke up and exited the truck. Officers learned the gun was loaded and stolen. They recovered body armor, suspected narcotics, IDs, and other stolen property, including an $8000 bike in the truck. Both suspects were arrested and booked into jail. The bike was returned to its owner.

 April 28

 TIME

09: 24

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

500Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

2022-21930

 

 NARRATIVE

The reporting party called 911 to report that a previously trespassed subject was back on the property. Officers arrived and confirmed the trespass. The suspect was arrested and on a summons.

 TIME

07: 37

 CONTACT TYPE

Suspicious Activity

 LOCATION

5600 Blk 116th Ave

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21915

 

 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a suspicious vehicle, and they observed the suspect sitting in his vehicle with suspected drug paraphernalia all around him. It was also determined that he had a warrant out for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

19: 40

 CONTACT TYPE

Robbery

 LOCATION

600 Blk 120th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22041

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspects concealed expensive bottles of liquor in a bag and attempted to leave the store when they were confronted by an employee.  One of the suspects sprayed something at the victim that the victim believed was pepper spray and fled in a red van.  Responding officers located the van, but it refused to stop and was last seen going south on I-405.  The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

19: 02

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI

 LOCATION

116th Ave NE / Northup Way

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22033

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspect was passed out at the wheel of her car on Northup Way.  Officers detected obvious signs of impairment. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

20: 16

 CONTACT TYPE

Burglary

 LOCATION

10600 Blk NE 9th Pl

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22044

 

 NARRATIVE

Security reported a subject had entered the secure parking garage.  The suspect was seen on camera going towards the bicycle rack and then a few moments later walking back over with what turned out to be a $6,000 dollar bicycle.  Officers located the suspect leaving the building with the bicycle and detained him.  Officers established probable cause and during a search, located wire cutters on the suspect that were likely used to cut the cable on the bike lock.  He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

19: 57

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft

 LOCATION

400 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22043

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspect took four jackets worth approximately $600 dollars and left the store. Security advised the suspect had gotten on a bus and provided the bus number.  Officer contacted KC Metro and asked for the bus to stop.  The bus driver stopped at NE 8th and 116th, and the suspect was detained. He was arrested and booked into jail. The merchandise was recovered and returned.

 TIME

17: 54

 CONTACT TYPE

Counterfeit / Warrants

 LOCATION

300 Blk 120th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22022

 

 NARRATIVE

Security alerted officers that a suspect attempted to pass a counterfeit $100.00 bill during a transaction and exited the location when the transaction was declined. Officers contacted the suspect and learned he had an outstanding warrant. A second suspect successfully completed a fraudulent transaction with counterfeit $100.00 bills and was arrested. Both suspects were arrested and booked into jail. $1200 in counterfeit bills were seized from the suspects.

 TIME

20: 47

 CONTACT TYPE

Robbery

 LOCATION

300 Blk 120th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-22049

 

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a strong-armed robbery that had just occurred. Dispatch told the officers one suspect was last seen exiting the business and getting into a car driven by a second suspect. Officers located the suspects’ vehicle and attempted a stop, but the suspects eluded. The third suspect could not be located. Loss prevention reported that while attempting to detain the suspect, he pushed him out of the way. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

22: 29

 CONTACT TYPE

Robbery 

 LOCATION

4200 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-22062

 

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a strong-armed robbery that had just occurred and, within seconds, detained the suspect without incident. Officers determined that the suspect had forcibly taken a bag from the victim, causing her to fall and injure herself. The victim stated that the suspect demanded money from her and stole her bag. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail. The stolen property was returned to the victim.

 TIME

23: 18

 CONTACT TYPE

Criminal Traffic Arrest

 LOCATION

NE 8th St-Southbound I405

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-22066

 

 NARRATIVE

The officer contacted the suspect for a traffic violation and determined that the suspect was driving with a suspended license. He was arrested and advised he would be summoned in the mail with a court date and released at the scene.

 TIME

23: 39

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant Arrest

 LOCATION

14600 Blk NE 38th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-22072

 

 NARRATIVE

While on a call to assist Seattle PD, an officer observed a suspect in the parking lot and determined that he had an outstanding, confirmed warrant out for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 April 29

 TIME

00: 54

 CONTACT TYPE

Burglary/Possession Stolen Property/Theft of Firearm

 LOCATION

1600 Blk 136th Pl NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-22078/#22-20599

 

 NARRATIVE

While following up on an attempted car prowl and obstructing case (#22-20599), a business owner contacted the officer and told him his business had also been burglarized. The officer investigated and determined that the items seized from the suspect belonged to the victim’s business. The stolen items included tools, vehicle keys and a firearm. The suspect was summoned with a court date for the new crimes listed above.

 TIME

00: 56

 CONTACT TYPE

Criminal Trespass/Theft

 LOCATION

10700 Blk NE 10th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-22082

 

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a trespass in progress and determined that the suspect had been warned repeatedly by the on-duty manager to leave the premises, but he would not comply. In addition, officers learned that the suspect had helped himself to a beer from the lobby and refused to pay. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

02: 02

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI/Criminal Traffic/ Warrant Arrest

 LOCATION

11900 Blk Northup Way

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-22084

 

 NARRATIVE

Officers contacted the suspect for a traffic violation and determined that the suspect was exhibiting the effects of impairment due to alcohol consumption and driving. Following a DUI Investigation, the suspect was arrested and booked into jail. The suspect also had an outstanding warrant.

 TIME

03: 58

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI Arrest

 LOCATION

124th Ave SE/Coal Creek Pkwy SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-22091

 

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to two subjects passed out in a vehicle and blocking traffic. The officers determined that the suspect driver was exhibiting the effects of impairment due to alcohol consumption and driving. Following the DUI Investigation, the driver was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

07:02

 CONTACT TYPE

Order Violation

 LOCATION

11100 Blk SE 10th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22109

 

 NARRATIVE

The subject was served a court order preventing contact with the victim, but the officer learned he had been seen lurking outside the victim’s residence all night. He attempted to call her over 50+ times during the overnight hours and was trying to be let into the apartment building. He was arrested for violation of a court order and booked into jail. 

 TIME

17: 11

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft/Assault

 LOCATION

400 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22221

 

 NARRATIVE

Loss prevention caught the suspect shoplifting $300 of cologne. After loss prevention confronted the suspect and recovered the merchandise, he became combative with loss prevention before leaving on foot. Officers located the suspect and arrested him without incident. He was booked into jail.

 TIME

18: 53

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI Hit & Run

 LOCATION

NE 10th St/108th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22246

 

 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a single-vehicle collision with a street sign where the driver had fled the scene on foot. Officers located the suspect, and he was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

20: 06

 CONTACT TYPE

Sex Offense

 LOCATION

12900 Blk BelRed Rd

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22265

 

 NARRATIVE

A patient at a doctor’s office alleged inappropriate touching by the doctor. The case was forwarded to investigations.

 TIME

20: 38

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI/Hit & Run

 LOCATION

14800 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22268

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspect was involved in a hit and run. An uninvolved officer contacted the suspect on an unrelated social contact. The social contact developed into an investigation for suspicion of DUI. A traffic officer responded and identified the suspected DUI driver as the same driver related to a hit and run. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

10: 40

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrants

 LOCATION

2000 Blk 148th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22129

 

 NARRATIVE

Officers conducting a traffic stop determined that both the driver and passenger had outstanding warrants. Both were arrested and transported to jail.  

 April 30

 TIME

15: 30

 CONTACT TYPE

Possession Stolen Vehicle

 LOCATION

3900 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22413

 

 NARRATIVE

The victim called, stating his stolen truck was in Bellevue. It was shown in the area of Factoria. Officers located the stolen truck in the mall parking lot with a female asleep in the driver’s seat. Officers called the female out of the car and arrested her. She was booked into jail.

 TIME

14: 10

 CONTACT TYPE

Burglary

 LOCATION

13500 Blk SE 26th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22400

 

 NARRATIVE

A business owner got a notification that someone was on her property. She could see via CCTV that two males had disabled the gates and were wandering around the back of the business. An officer arrived to find an open door and a broken window. No suspects were located.

 May 1

 TIME

00: 18

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI Collision

 LOCATION

100 Blk 163rd Pl SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22510

 

 NARRATIVE

A motorist called in about a suspect driving erratically. Before patrol could get there, the suspect crashed through a fence into multiple cars. The witnesses observed the suspect run from the vehicle, and officers found him about a block away. He was arrested for DUI and Hit & Run. He was booked into jail.

 TIME

11: 52

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

1600 Blk 143rd Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22572

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspect was arrested for DV assault after a physical altercation with her boyfriend.  The boyfriend had a minor injury to his head when he was punched.  The subject also had a minor injury but refused to provide her account of the incident; she said nothing physical had occurred.  The female suspect was found to be the primary aggressor. She was arrested and booked into jail. 

 TIME

08: 57

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft

 LOCATION

100 Blk 107th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22548

 

 NARRATIVE

This was a catalytic converter theft from a vehicle in a secure parking garage.

 

 TIME

11: 13

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft

 LOCATION

3200 Blk 139th Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22565

 

 NARRATIVE

This was a catalytic converter theft from a vehicle in an open parking lot. 

 TIME

19: 07

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft

 LOCATION

400 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-22634

 

 NARRATIVE

Loss prevention observed the suspect conceal several men’s jackets in a backpack and exit the store without paying. Loss prevention detained the suspect and called police. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

20: 05

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrants

 LOCATION

450 110th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

18-34092; 18-49226

 

 NARRATIVE

The suspect was arrested in Bothell by Bothell PD on two Bellevue warrants. The suspect was transferred to Bellevue and then transferred to jail.

 

Select crime reports for April 18-24

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.

April 18

 TIME

04: 10

 CONTACT TYPE

Agency Assist

 LOCATION

11500 Blk NE 10th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-

 NARRATIVE

The suspect brought the victim to the hospital, and staff contacted police because it was a domestic violence situation. When an officer arrived, he saw the suspect and contacted and detained him. The crime occurred in Renton.  The suspect was arrested and turned over to Renton PD.

 TIME

09: 58

 CONTACT TYPE

Forgery

 LOCATION

15000 Blk Main St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20012

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect submitted a forged prescription to the pharmacy. The pharmacist contacted the doctor on the prescription and confirmed it was forged. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

23: 48

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

800 Blk 141st Pl SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20152

 NARRATIVE

An adult son argued with his father after his father refused to give him money for cigarettes. The son took the car keys and then pushed through his father to get to the vehicle. The son was gone when police arrived and could not be located. He was summoned for Assault 4 DV.

 April 19

 TIME

00: 43

 CONTACT TYPE

Malicious Mischief

 LOCATION

13800 Blk NE 12th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20157

 NARRATIVE

The suspect is the ex-boyfriend of the victim’s girlfriend. The suspect was intoxicated and broke out the window to the victim’s bedroom and the windshield of the victim’s car. The victim witnessed the crime. The suspect had left when the police arrived. He will be summoned for Malicious Mischief 3.

 TIME

03: 11

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI

 LOCATION

11600 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20165

 NARRATIVE

An officer on proactive patrol contacted a driver who was passed out in his car, surrounded by suspected drug paraphernalia. After considerable effort to wake him, the driver identified himself and was found to have a felony warrant. Officer requested the driver exit the vehicle, and the suspect stated, “no way,” and started the vehicle, and fled at a high rate of speed eastbound on NE 8th St. He almost ran over his buddy who was adding coolant to the vehicle. Officers could not locate the suspect. He was summoned for DUI, reckless driving, obstruction, and Driving with License Suspended.

 TIME

14: 49

 CONTACT TYPE

Car Prowl

 LOCATION

16400 SE 2nd St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20258

 NARRATIVE

The victim reported that an unknown suspect had entered her vehicle sometime overnight and stole a toolbox from it. She advised she didn’t know who could have entered her vehicle without her permission.

 TIME

17: 12

 CONTACT TYPE

Robbery

 LOCATION

4300 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20319

 NARRATIVE

The three suspects approached two victims and demanded their cell phones and money.  One of the suspects brandished what later turned out to be an airsoft gun concealed in his waistband. That prompted the victims to run away, and the suspects chased the victims. One of the suspects assaulted one of the victims, demanding his cell and money while reaching toward the victim’s pocket.  When officers arrived, the victims pointed out the suspects, who were seated on a bench nearby.  All three suspects were arrested without incident, and the airsoft gun was recovered.

 TIME

11: 50

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant

 LOCATION

15800 Blk SE 37th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20234

 NARRATIVE

Officers contacted the subject about a warrant for his arrest. The subject was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

21: 30

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault 4 Investigation

 LOCATION

10100 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20353

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a call of a suspicious male who had released what appeared to be an unknown chemical into an occupied Metro Bus, causing the driver to make an emergency stop and evacuate all the passengers. Officers arrived and developed probable cause for assault. A K9 was unable to track the suspect. Later during the shift, officers determined the chemical release, most likely pepper spray, appeared to be accidental. It is unclear why the suspect fled.

 TIME

22: 17

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

4100 Blk 124th Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20356

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a domestic disturbance in progress and determined that the suspect injured the victim during an argument, causing injury to her face. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

23: 17

 CONTACT TYPE

Criminal Trespass

 LOCATION

3000 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20366

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to an unwanted subject can and determined that the suspect had recently been trespassed from the location. Probable cause was established, and the suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 April 20

 TIME

02: 24

 CONTACT TYPE

Felony Warrant Arrest

 LOCATION

SE 16th St/Killarney Way

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20380

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers contacted the suspect for a traffic violation and determined that the suspect had an outstanding, confirmed felony warrant. She was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

04: 12

 CONTACT TYPE

Criminal Trespass Arrest

 LOCATION

S 400 Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20387

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to an unwanted subject call and determined that the suspect had been recently trespassed from the location and would not leave despite warnings from security. Probable cause was established, and the suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

06: 10

 CONTACT TYPE

Commercial Burglary

 LOCATION

14500 Blk NE 20th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20389

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect broke the front window and stole various tools from the business.

 TIME

08: 56

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant

 LOCATION

1600 Blk 140th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20416

 NARRATIVE

Officers contacted the suspect for a traffic infraction and discovered he had a warrant issued for his arrest. The subject was placed under arrest, transported, and booked into jail.

 TIME

18: 20

 CONTACT TYPE

Identity Theft / Trespass

 LOCATION

400 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20531

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers were conducting a suspicious vehicle investigation and discovered the subject associated with the vehicle was on active trespass at the location. The subject was contacted, and an investigation revealed the subject was involved in an identity theft incident. The subject was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

22: 07

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI Arrest

 LOCATION

4800 Blk Lakemont Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20763

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a blocking/disabled vehicle and contacted the sole occupant sitting in the driver’s seat, who admitted to being the registered owner of the vehicle. Officers observed that the suspect was exhibiting the effects of impairment due to the obvious consumption of alcohol and driving. The DUI investigation established probable cause. The suspect was arrested and processed for DUI.

 TIME

23: 05

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault

 LOCATION

1000 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20771

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to an assault that had just occurred and determined that the suspect had assaulted the victim without provocation, causing injury. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 April 22

 TIME

00: 49

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant

 LOCATION

1800 Blk 154th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20783

 
 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a possible burglary in progress. Responding officers recognized the suspect and contacted him as he attempted to enter the residence. Officers contacted the reporting party and learned the suspect has legal residency at the location. The subject did have an outstanding, confirmed warrant and was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

02: 18

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI Arrest

 LOCATION

NE 2nd St/Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20788

 
 NARRATIVE

An officer contacted the suspect for multiple traffic violations and determined that the suspect was obviously impaired due to drug consumption and driving. The DUI investigation established probable cause and the suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

04: 46

 CONTACT TYPE

Hit & Run Investigation

 LOCATION

2200 Blk 140th Pl SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20796

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a single-vehicle rollover collision and observed an unoccupied vehicle, noting that the collision appeared to have happened some time ago. Officers attempted to contact the registered owner but couldn’t locate him. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

04: 50

 CONTACT TYPE

Car Prowl

 LOCATION

10100 Blk SE 6th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

#22-20797

 NARRATIVE

Police responded to a car prowl and determined that an unknown suspect had broken into three vehicles. Miscellaneous personal items were stolen. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

14: 53

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft

 LOCATION

300 Blk 120th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20902

 NARRATIVE

The suspect stole almost $1,000 and fled the area.  He was located nearby and positively identified by the loss prevention agent.  He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

14: 30

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault 4

 LOCATION

500 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20891

 NARRATIVE

The suspect punched the victim multiple times.  He was arrested for the assault and booked into jail.

 TIME

16: 30

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

11600 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20911

 
 NARRATIVE

The subject was trespassed at about 1400 hours for stealing. Two hours later, he returned to the store and was caught by the police. The subject was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

23: 51

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

10700 Blk NE 10th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20975

 NARRATIVE

The suspect entered and remained on the property in violation of a previously served trespass notice. He was contacted, arrested without incident and booked into jail.

 April 23

 TIME

00: 15

 CONTACT TYPE

Suspicious Activity

 LOCATION

13200 Blk NE 20th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20978

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a report of a male attempting to break into several vehicles. Officers located the male, and he fled on foot to a vehicle parked in an adjacent parking lot. The suspect drove away in the vehicle and refused to stop for officers.

 TIME

01: 24

 CONTACT TYPE

Agency Assist

 LOCATION

13000 Blk Newcastle Way

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-20989

 
 NARRATIVE

Officer responded to the location along with King County Sheriff’s deputies for attempted theft of an ATM. A BPD officer was first on scene, but the suspects fled on foot just prior to his arrival. KCSO arrived soon after and took over the investigation; no further assistance was requested.

 TIME

08: 05

 CONTACT TYPE

Vice/Warrant

 LOCATION

3200 Blk 156th Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21017

 
 NARRATIVE

The reporting party called 911, stating he was just robbed at knifepoint. Officers arrived and determined that he had set up a date with the suspect and was robbed of his money. The suspect had an extraditable felony warrant. The warrant was confirmed, and the suspect was located and arrested. The money was located in her clothing at the jail.

 TIME

14: 26

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

10400 Blk NE 32nd Pl

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21072

 NARRATIVE

The subjects got into an argument on the way home.  Once at their apartment complex, the victim attempted to walk away, but the male grabbed her. She pushed him away, and he again grabbed her by the arm.  She shoved his hand off her, and she returned to their apartment.  He was taken into custody on scene and booked into jail.

 TIME

16: 42

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault 1

 LOCATION

16200 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21096

 NARRATIVE

The victim confronted the suspect on the roadway after he claimed the suspect had struck a duck in the roadway. The suspect and victim pulled into a gas station and began arguing and pushing. The suspect produced a knife cutting the victim’s hand.  The victim did not want to pursue charges. The case was turned over to investigations.

 TIME

20: 09

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

100 Blk 118th Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21123

 NARRATIVE

The suspect assaulted his adult brother and his father by making actions toward them that caused them to fear being injured.  He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

21: 36

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

800 Blk 141st Pl SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21136

 NARRATIVE

The suspect was involved in a physical disturbance with his parents, causing both pain. The suspect was arrested without incident and booked into jail.

 April 24

 TIME

01: 47

 CONTACT TYPE

Malicious Mischief / Assault

 LOCATION

700 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21163

 
 NARRATIVE

An unknown suspect driving a black SUV fired a pellet gun at the front glass doors/windows of multiple businesses, causing an estimated $30,000 in damage. Two of the projectiles also struck the victim in the neck as he was standing in front of one of the businesses, causing minor injuries. The victim believed this was random and didn’t think he was specifically targeted. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

03: 11

 CONTACT TYPE

Malicious Mischief

 LOCATION

12500 Blk SE 14th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21171

 
 NARRATIVE

An unknown suspect driving a black SUV (believed to be the same suspect/vehicle from the above case) fired a pellet gun at the front of the residence, striking the window of the victim’s daughter’s bedroom and causing minor damage. The victim nor his daughter recognized the vehicle and didn’t believe they were specifically targeted.

 TIME

13: 52

 CONTACT TYPE

Mental Health

 LOCATION

14800 Blk NE 11th Pl

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21236

 NARRATIVE

Patrol received a call regarding a subject running around his neighborhood stating he was going to kill someone.  The subject was not armed, and the neighbors he contacted all stated he obviously needed mental health assistance.  He was detained without incident and transported to the hospital.

 TIME

18: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Assist Agency

 LOCATION

8400 Blk NE 24th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21267

 NARRATIVE

The suspect fired shots at a car in Clyde Hill.  A witness spotted the vehicle in Bellevue and noted the suspect holding a gun while driving erratically. The witness provided a license plate to 911.  The suspect left the area driving north on I-405. Redmond police later interrupted a car prowl and arrested the suspect for an assault that occurred during the prowl. Bellevue officers assisted in collecting traffic camera video and a witness statement.

 TIME

22: 12

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI

 LOCATION

NE District Way / 124th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-21303

 
 NARRATIVE

Officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for a moving violation. The driver displayed signs of impairment and was subsequently arrested for DUI without incident. He was booked into jail.

 

Select crime reports for April 11-17

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.

April 11

 TIME

03: 40

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

10700 Blk NE 10th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18709

 
 NARRATIVE

A business requested assistance removing a subject that had been previously trespassed. Officers contacted the subject and determined he had an active trespass and multiple warrants. Due to extensive health issues with the subject, he was issued a summons and removed from the property in lieu of being booked into jail.

 TIME

16: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Felony Warrant/Prowl

 LOCATION

4000 Blk Factoria Blvd

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18793

 NARRATIVE

The victim reported his backpack containing his AirPods was stolen from his car in the lot. He tracked them to another car in the lot. Officers confirmed that the AirPods were in the car due to them connecting. Officers contacted the passenger in the suspect car and detained him. The owner and driver of the car returned and said that she didn’t know what her boyfriend was doing while she was in the store. The suspect agreed to give the AirPods and backpack back, stating he found them in the lot. The victim confirmed they were his belongings. The driver had an active warrant and was booked into jail. The passenger was arrested and released with charges for Possession Stolen Property pending.

 TIME

17: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

500 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18812

 
 NARRATIVE

The subject was trespassed earlier in the day for being belligerent. He continued to come back and sit on what he described as the property line and taunt the staff.  He did cross onto their property at one point, but they did not want to press charges. The suspect was not cooperative and says he would return to sit on the “line” because it was his right.

 TIME

15: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

4300 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18801

 NARRATIVE

The store requested that a male be trespassed for constantly removing price tags and replacing them with cheaper ones. As officers were arriving, they learned that security followed the male to another store where he stole two beers. The officers located the suspect walking through the mall. A trespass was issued, and he was escorted off the property.

 TIME

16: 30

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass

 LOCATION

4000 Blk Factoria Blvd

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18808

 NARRATIVE

The suspect attempted to steal alcohol from the store, but employees got him to drop it. The suspect was located at the bus stop on Factoria Blvd and issued a trespass.

 TIME

14: 45

 CONTACT TYPE

Harassment

 LOCATION

300 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18790

 NARRATIVE

The suspect was sleeping for a significant amount of time in the lobby. When asked to leave, she became verbally hostile. At one point she extracted a ball pin hammer from her bag and was hitting the ground and waving it in the air in a threatening manner. The manager again told her to stop and leave.  The suspect got up and went toward the manager with the hammer above her head, swinging it. The suspect never actually hit the manager, but he was sure he was going to get assaulted. Officers arrived and detained the suspect. She was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

10: 40

 CONTACT TYPE

Mental Health

 LOCATION

200 111th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18743

 
 NARRATIVE

The subject called a mental health line stating she was going to commit suicide. An officer called her and was able to talk her into opening her door and speak with the officer in person. Following a lengthy conversation, she agreed to go to the hospital.

 TIME

18: 57

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrants

 LOCATION

15600 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18830

 NARRATIVE

The store manager called 911 regarding a possible theft in progress and wanted the subject trespassed. The subject was located and contacted by officers outside a nearby apartment building. The subject was found to have misdemeanor warrants and was arrested and transferred to Redmond PD. Officers also issued a notice of trespass.

 TIME

19: 29

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrants

 LOCATION

600 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18833

 NARRATIVE

Security called 911 because a subject was yelling at people walking by and causing a disturbance. Officers contacted the subject and discovered an active warrant. He was arrested and booked into jail on the warrant without incident.

 TIME

23: 15

 CONTACT TYPE

Recovered Property

 LOCATION

3700 Blk 150th Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18863

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers observed a stolen vehicle occupied by two people pull into a gas station. The officers boxed the vehicle into a parking space and conducted a high-risk stop. The occupants were cooperative. The vehicle was confirmed as stolen, but the investigation revealed that the female occupant bought the vehicle from an acquaintance. He had reportedly stolen the vehicle during a test drive. The story was confirmed by the car’s registered owner. Officers recovered the stolen vehicle, and the occupants were released at the scene.

 April 12

 TIME

02: 08

 CONTACT TYPE

Recovered Property

 LOCATION

100 Blk Bellevue Way SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18883

 NARRATIVE

An officer observed two suspicious vehicles parked in a lot and attempted to contact two male occupants. They walked away from one of the vehicles. The officer contacted the other vehicle’s driver, who then drove away. The investigation revealed that the vehicle left behind had an unreported stolen license plate on it, and the car was filled with what appeared to be burglary tools and stolen items. The vehicle belonged to one of the suspects who walked away and is possibly associated with numerous burglaries and prowls in the downtown corridor. Officers impounded the vehicle, and the investigation continues.

 TIME

04: 22

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI

 LOCATION

3700 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18890

 NARRATIVE

An officer found the suspect passed out at the wheel by a gas station pump. The investigation revealed the driver was DUI and was arrested and booked into jail for physical control (drugs).

 TIME

04: 58

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

4700 Blk 148th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18891

 NARRATIVE

The suspect was mad at the victim for not turning off his alarm fast enough and assaulted him. The suspect was arrested for Assault 2 and felony harassment and booked into jail.

 TIME

07: 45

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass/Malicious Mischief

 LOCATION

1900 Blk 152nd Pl NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18902

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a possible burglary and found broken windows on the property. During the area check, officers found a half-naked subject passed out on the basement floor. The subject appeared intoxicated and there was a language barrier. He was arrested and released pending charges.

 TIME

09: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass/Obstruction

 LOCATION

500 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-18906

 NARRATIVE

Officer investigated a trespass in progress involving a suspect who had been previously trespassed. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

09: 05

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant

 LOCATION

450 110th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

19-26187

 NARRATIVE

An officer contacted a subject that was detained by Kirkland PD regarding a Bellevue warrant. The officer confirmed the warrant and transported the suspect to jail.

 TIME

18: 13

 CONTACT TYPE

Trespass 1st degree

 LOCATION

500 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19017

 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a trespass call where the subject had previously trespassed from the location but entered four times today in violation of the active trespass notice and caused disturbances and yelled at employees. The subject has generated multiple calls in the past couple of days. Employees wished to prosecute. Officers located the suspect up the street and arrested him for trespassing 1st degree without incident. He was booked into jail.

 TIME

18: 29

 CONTACT TYPE

DUI

 LOCATION

15600 NE 15th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19020

 NARRATIVE

Witnesses observed the suspect driving recklessly into an apartment complex, nearly hitting pedestrians in the parking lot and appearing to be impaired. Officers contacted the subject sitting in his car and conducted a DUI investigation. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

17: 56

 CONTACT TYPE

Car Theft (Attempt)

 LOCATION

1900 Blk 120th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19014

 NARRATIVE

The victim reported an alarm activation from his truck and found his vehicle door had been jimmied open. Surveillance footage shows the suspect’s vehicle pulled up next to the victim’s truck, the suspect got out and opened the victim’s vehicle door. When the alarm went off, the suspect fled.

 April 13

 TIME

00: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Recovered Stolen Vehicle

 LOCATION

4300 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19061

 
 NARRATIVE

On proactive patrol, the officers located a suspicious unoccupied vehicle which he determined to be stolen. The vehicle was recovered.

 TIME

15: 19

 CONTACT TYPE

Brandishing

 LOCATION

500 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19150

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect was wielding a knife, causing an employee to call 911. Officers arrived and met the suspect in the parking lot, still holding the knife. He dropped the knife and ran. Following a short foot pursuit, he was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

19: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Possession Stolen Vehicle

 LOCATION

500 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19200

 NARRATIVE

Security reported a subject smoking off tinfoil in a vehicle in the parking garage. The vehicle returned as a stolen vehicle out of Tukwila. Officers contacted the suspect, arrested him without incident and booked him into jail.

 April 14

 TIME

00: 42

 CONTACT TYPE

Traffic Collision

 LOCATION

148th Ave NE/NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19067

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers were just finishing up a traffic stop when a van came barreling through their scene, almost striking the three officers and a patrol vehicle. The vehicle ended up on the sidewalk with damage to its wheels. Officers contacted the driver and determined he was the subject of multiple mental/emotional calls earlier in the day. He was taken into protective custody and transported to the hospital.

 TIME

01: 51

 CONTACT TYPE

Order Violation

 LOCATION

1400 Blk 148th Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19071

 
 NARRATIVE

The victim reported his brother started throwing things around the apartment. The brothers are adults, and the suspect is a respondent in a protection order with the victim. Officers arrived on the scene and found the suspect still there. He was arrested for a misdemeanor order violation.

 TIME

13: 24

 CONTACT TYPE

Robbery

 LOCATION

4300 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19332

 
 NARRATIVE

Loss Prevention reported a cold robbery in which two suspects entered the store and loaded a shopping cart with $7300 worth of Legos.  The suspects pushed the shopping cart out of the store without making any payment and were stopped by loss prevention.  One of the suspects told loss prevention to back off as they had a gun (no gun seen, only implied).  Loss Prevention retreated and proceeded to wait for 45-minutes before notifying the police.

 TIME

08: 20

 CONTACT TYPE

Harassment – Threats to Kill

 LOCATION

11100 Blk NE 8th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19290

 
 NARRATIVE

A business received a threat via Instagram from a subject who may be in New Jersey and could be a high school student.  Attempts to confirm the subject’s identity, as well as obtain any contact information, were unsuccessful.  Officers took a report for documentation.  Information was passed along to the South River Police Department in New Jersey, which had been contacted by the FBI about the threats.

 TIME

09: 46

 CONTACT TYPE

Felony Warrants/Possession Stolen Property

 LOCATION

2000 Blk 148th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19286

 NARRATIVE

Officers were on patrol and noticed a suspicious vehicle that showed the registered owner with numerous felony warrants out for her arrest. When she exited the vehicle and walked away, officers detained her. She was arrested on her warrants and was found to be in possession of suspected narcotics and stolen checks. She was arrested and transported to jail.

 TIME

22: 32

 CONTACT TYPE

Commercial Burglary

 LOCATION

3100 Blk Northup Way

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19223

 
 NARRATIVE

An alarm company called to report a subject in a building that was under construction. Officers arrived and found an opening in the fencing around the building and an unsecured door. A K-9 arrived and indicated that the suspect was outside the fence. Officers located a backpack was located and ordered the suspect to come out. The suspect gave himself up.  The suspect had tools in his pocket from the company that was doing the construction within the building.  The suspect eventually admitted to making entry.  The suspect’s backpack contained gloves, flashlights, lock picking tools, and a window punch. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 April 15

 TIME

19: 32

 CONTACT TYPE

Order Violation

 LOCATION

2400 Blk 156th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19613

 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a call of a suspicious and possibly intoxicated person in the bathroom at this location. The subject’s mother resides at the location, and the subject is a respondent in a No-Contact Order with her mom as the protected person. The subject violated the order by being at the location and visiting with her mom. She was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

21: 47

 CONTACT TYPE

Assault/Harassment

 LOCATION

500 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19647

 
 NARRATIVE

An extremely intoxicated suspect assaulted two people and threatened to kill one of them. Once cleared by medics due to his intoxication, he was booked into jail.

 April 16

 TIME

02: 19

 CONTACT TYPE

Order Violation/Resisting Arrest

 LOCATION

16600 Blk SE 9th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19696

 NARRATIVE

The victim reported her brother was creating a verbal disturbance, breaking things, and throwing fireworks at his other sister’s vehicle. The sister is the petitioner in a protection order with her brother. The arriving officer met the victim outside, where she had to climb out her window to meet him. Officers established probable cause for the violation of the existing order, and while clearing the residence, the suspect climbed out a window and cut his hand. He was taken into custody, given aid for the injury at the hospital, then booked into jail.

 TIME

02: 43

 CONTACT TYPE

Burglary

 LOCATION

13600 Blk BelRed

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19697

 
 NARRATIVE

Officers responded to a possible burglary in progress. Officers arrived and could hear movement inside the units. A K-9 tracked through the business and located two subjects attempting to run away.  When challenged with the K-9, both suspects gave up.  A total of four units appeared to have been forced open, and items were strewn across the hallways.  Both suspects were booked into jail.

 TIME

07: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

11400 Blk Main St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19710

 
 NARRATIVE

An employee reported that someone had been assaulted by her boyfriend. Officers responded to the location and conducted a welfare check on the victim. They located the victim, and she had several injuries because of the assault. The suspect was in the room with her and was taken into custody without incident. He was booked into jail.

 TIME

11: 20

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrant Arrest

 LOCATION

12820 EBI-90

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19732

 
 NARRATIVE

The officer conducted a traffic stop and discovered the driver had an outstanding felony warrant. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

09: 29

 CONTACT TYPE

Car Theft

 LOCATION

1800 Blk 151st Ave SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19722

 
 NARRATIVE

The victim had his truck stolen, which was parked in front of his home. The neighbor saw a suspicious truck in the neighborhood at approximately 0500hrs but did not call the police.

 April 17

 TIME

10: 46

 CONTACT TYPE

Burglary

 LOCATION

1600 Blk 140th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19730

 NARRATIVE

A restaurant was burglarized overnight, and four iPads and a uniform were taken from the business.

 TIME

11: 51

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft/Felony Warrants

 LOCATION

4300 Blk Factoria Blvd SE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19881

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect stole $300.00 in alcohol, and when contacted by police, he fled across I-90 on foot. Officers located him and took him into custody without incident. He was booked into jail.

 TIME

13: 40

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

15600 Blk NE 15th St

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19891

 
 NARRATIVE

The suspect threatened to kill the victim while he was walking in the parking lot to take out the trash. The victim believed he had a silver handgun and ran back to his apartment in fear of being shot. He told his wife what happened, and they went back out to the parking to see the suspect getting back into a vehicle carrying a bat. She recognized the suspect as being her ex-husband and saw two windows of her vehicle were smashed. Officers located the suspect and arrested him without incident. The subsequent search produced a knife on his person and a baseball bat. He was booked into jail.

 TIME

14: 00

 CONTACT TYPE

Theft

 LOCATION

100 Blk 116th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19893

 
 NARRATIVE

Surveillance video shows the theft of a catalytic converter that occurred at approximately 0530 this morning. The investigation is ongoing.

 TIME

14: 30

 CONTACT TYPE

Car Prowl

 LOCATION

Coal Creek Natural Area

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19904

 
 NARRATIVE

Three vehicles were prowled between 1430hrs and 1530hrs. Cash and credit cards were taken from the vehicles.

 TIME

17: 40

 CONTACT TYPE

Domestic Disturbance

 LOCATION

4700 Blk 148th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19915

 NARRATIVE

The victim reported her soon-to-be ex-husband entered her apartment without consent and committed a number of felony DV crimes over the course of several hours. The suspect was armed with a firearm during the alleged crimes. The suspect left his car at the scene, but he could not be located by responding officers. The ingestion is ongoing.

 TIME

20: 02

 CONTACT TYPE

Disturbance

 LOCATION

3000 Blk Bellevue Way NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19932

 NARRATIVE

A subject reported being chased by four subjects with guns and stated he currently had his gun as well.  After speaking with most of the involved parties, officers determined that the subject was confronted and felt threatened. His weapon fell out of his sweatpants. Another male confronted him with a gun, and at some point, both parties pointed guns at each other, but no rounds were fired. The initial subject ran away and called police. He had a concealed carry license, but officers educated him about the proper handling of handguns and not using sweatpants as a holster. The case was sent to the prosecutor for possible charges.

 TIME

21: 19

 CONTACT TYPE

Welfare Check

 LOCATION

3000 Blk 122nd Pl NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19926

 NARRATIVE

When an elderly female did not show up for dinner with a friend, they called police. The officer checked the residence and located the female on her elevated private porch. She stated she had been trapped on her deck for the past two days after she was locked out and unable to climb down. She was dehydrated and hungry but in good spirits.

 TIME

22: 03

 CONTACT TYPE

False Reporting/Hit and Run/Assist

 LOCATION

On-ramp to WB I-90 from SB 405

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19945

 NARRATIVE

Dispatch received a call for a car theft where an alleged victim reported leaving his keys in his ignition and leaving his vehicle unattended.  Prior to the call being dispatched, WSP located an “unreported stolen” crashed and unattended on the on-ramp.  Officers created a perimeter for the possible suspect of the stolen vehicle and were unable to get a hold of the reporting party, who is the registered owner of the vehicle.  The reporting party has a suspended license and an ignition interlock requirement. It was determined the suspect was trying to conceal his crash by calling in the false car theft. The crime occurred on the on-ramp and was turned over to WSP for investigation.

 TIME

23: 29

 CONTACT TYPE

Warrants

 LOCATION

1600 Blk 140th Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19948

 NARRATIVE

An officer on proactive patrol contacted a subject with several warrants. He was arrested and booked into jail.

 TIME

23: 31

 CONTACT TYPE

Mental Health

 LOCATION

300 Blk 142nd Ave NE

 INCIDENT/CASE#

22-19949

 NARRATIVE

Officers received multiple reports of an intoxicated male lunging at cars, yelling at people and attempting to break into a home. Officers contacted the subject, and he was transported to the hospital.