Man exposes himself in crowded bar, pulls pants down after being booted

Police blotter for April 22-28.

  • Thursday, May 9, 2019 8:30am
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April 22

Prowl: At 8:30 a.m. in the16300 block of Northeast 83rd Street, two people reported that their cars were broken into over the weekend. No signs of forced entry were present on either car. The suspect is not known.

Car theft: At 5:02 p.m. in the 7200 block of 166th Avenue Northeast, a motorcycle owner was ripped off while attempting to sell the motorcycle online. The victim arranged to meet the “buyer” in a restaurant parking lot to make the sale. The suspect hopped on the bike and took off with it. The investigation is ongoing.

April 23

Arrest: At 4:21 p.m. in the 17600 block of Redmond Way, police contacted a 32-year-old male after he was seen using his cell phone while driving. The driver refused to provide any license or registration and gave officers a false name. He also had an active warrant, was driving on a suspended license and was supposed to be driving with an ignition interlock device. He was also in possession of illegal drugs. Multiple charges are pending.

Fraud: At 5:30 p.m. in the 17900 block of Northeast 106th Court, a college student was conned out of about $3,000 after she wired money to rent an apartment in Washington, D.C. She later discovered she had been duped. The suspect has not been identified.

April 24

Don’t take me out to the ball game: During the evening in the 17200 block of Northeast 104th Street, officers investigated three car prowl reports from people parked at Redmond High School for a baseball game. Among the items stolen included jewelry, electronics and a wallet. The unknown suspect used stolen credit cards shortly after the theft.

April 25

Too drunk to notice: At 11:51 a.m. in the 8400 block of 161st Avenue Northeast, an officer witnessed a 51-year-old man urinating in front of a group of adults and children at a local skatepark. The male appeared intoxicated and was combative with officers. The man was arrested and taken to the hospital for care. Suspect was cited for indecent exposure, obstruction and resisting arrest.

SS fraud: At 10 a.m. in the 7300 block of 148th Avenue Northeast, a male attempted to coerce personal information from a victim by phone by posing to be from the Social Security Department. They allegedly threatened the victim with legal action if she did not comply.

April 27

Put that away: At 11 p.m. in the 7800 block of Leary Way, a 39-year old male was arrested after exposing himself in a crowded bar. Staff called the police when the man snuck back inside the bar and had to be removed. There was already an active trespass letter prohibiting the suspect from entering the bar. After being removed, the male pulled his pants down. He was booked into jail. Several charges are pending.

April 28

Not the way to win: At 5:21 a.m. in the 9000 block of Willows Road, an unidentified male grabbed numerous lottery scratch tickets from behind the counter of a convenience store. He then fled on foot. Police set a perimeter up and King County Sheriff’s K-9 assisted but ultimately the suspect was not located.


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