Police blotter

July 2, 2014

By Staff

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Close call

A man and seven of his friends were riding their bikes along Southeast May Valley Road, just east of Coal Creek Parkway, when a car missed the group by inches May 31. The cyclist said he believed the driver’s actions were intentional.



A rosary featuring a photo of the pope was stolen from a vehicle parked in the 8300 block of 126th Place Southeast between May 31 and June 1.

Slick shades

More than $900 worth of items, including $450 Prada sunglasses, was taken from a vehicle in the 8300 block of 126th Place Southeast between May 31 and June 1.


Peeping Tom

An observant nurse at Newcastle’s Valley Medical Clinic, 7203 129th Ave. S.E., noticed a man looking through vehicle windows and trying car doors in the parking lot June 6. The nurse took a few photos of the suspect and showed them to her boss, who then called the police.


Fast food road rage

A woman reported that a white male subject in his 60s yelled at her and knocked on her window at the Newcastle McDonald’s, 13049 Newcastle Way, June 6. The woman said she was behind a vehicle going slow in the parking lot toward the drive thru lane. She pulled around and passed the vehicle to get into the drive thru. The slow vehicle’s driver then confronted her and slapped her driver’s mirror. The alarmed woman then parked in the Chase Bank lot and called police.


Mail mischief

A resident in the 8400 block of 116th Avenue Southeast reported that an unknown suspect placed a hoard of junk mail with Bellevue addresses into his mailbox between June 9 and 11.


Painting pain

The Seattle Revival Center reported June 19 that a paint sprayer was stolen from its premises, 12636 S.E. May Creek Park Drive.


RIP Bambi

A police officer responded to the 8100 block of Coal Creek Parkway where a witness saw a vehicle hit and injure a deer June 11. The deer’s legs were obviously broken. The officer spoke to a sergeant, who approved the deer’s euthanasia, and then the deer was dispatched in accordance to the policies and procedures set forth by the department.


Loud noises

Police responded to a noise complaint coming from a job site near the intersection of Southeast May Creek Park Drive and 118th Avenue Southeast. The caller reported June 19 that the crew was pouring concrete well past 7 p.m.


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