Suspect arrested after stealing paychecks | Police blotter

The Redmond police blotter from Oct. 22 through 24. Courtesy of the RPD blog.

  • Wednesday, November 7, 2018 1:30pm
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Wednesday, Oct. 24

6 p.m. – Vehicle Prowl: A suspect arrested in Bellevue was found to have paychecks on him that did not belong to him but instead to a woman in Redmond. Upon being contacted by Bellevue Police, the victim checked her vehicle and found her window had been smashed and her bag with paychecks in it had been taken.

Tuesday, Oct. 23

7:53 p.m. – Arrest: A 50–year–old male was arrested on suspicion of DUI after he rear-ended another car and exhibited numerous signs of intoxication. He was arrested and booked into jail.

7:50 a.m. – Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect smashed a car window and made off with a purse that had been left on the seat of the unoccupied vehicle on the 6500 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway. The victim had only been away for a few minutes when the crime occurred. There were no witnesses or video of the incident.

Monday, Oct. 22

6:20 a.m. – Vehicle Prowl: Police were called after a woman discovered her unlocked car had been prowled and her purse had been stolen on the 15400 block of Northeast 59th Way. The suspect attempted to use the cards shortly after at a local store but the victim had already cancelled them.

8 a.m. – Theft of a Motor Vehicle: A car stolen from an apartment parking lot in Redmond on the 16600 block of Northeast 34th Court was found the following day in Federal Way. The unknown suspect damaged the ignition and removed both license plates.

7:30 p.m. – Theft of a Motor Vehicle: A woman returned to the Redmond Park and Ride to find her vehicle had been stolen. The car was located in Issaquah two days later but no suspect has been identified.

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