Updated:Police Pursuit Ends with Arrest After Suspect Flees in Stolen Vehicle (Video)

Update April 4th: This is video from King County Sheriff Air Support (KCSAS) of the pursuit on I-90 April 3rd between Factoria and North Bend.

Bellevue PD called for KCSAS TO help after they initiated a pursuit of a stolen car that rammed their patrol cars near Factoria. They caught up to the pursuit in Snoqualmie. Snoqualmie PD successfully used a spike-strip and managed to disable the car.

The suspect managed to escape from the first car and steal a second vehicle in Snoqualmie and continued to flee – at one point driving the wrong way on I-90. The suspect eventually crashed the car in North Bend and fled on foot where he was arrested.

On April 3rd, 2024, the Snoqualmie Police Department learned about a car chase that began with the Bellevue Police Department. It started when someone driving a stolen white GMC Yukon hit a Bellevue Police car.

The chase went through Issaquah and into Snoqualmie-North Bend. The person drove on and off I-90 multiple times, even going the wrong way.

Eventually, on Snoqualmie Parkway, a Snoqualmie PD officer stopped the car using Stop Sticks. The car crashed into trees on Snoqualmie Parkway at PBA Rd.

Then, the person ran into the maintenance shop at the Club at Snoqualmie Ridge, stole the keys to a black Subaru Forester, and drove away. They got back on I-90 but exited again in North Bend. They ran into the woods off NE 3rd St and SE 120th St.

After crashing the Subaru, they fled on foot towards the Snoqualmie River between Thrasher and SE Mt Si Rd. The King County Sheriff’s Office K9 team arrested them without any trouble.

The agencies involved were Bellevue, WSP, KCSO, Issaquah PD, DFWD, and Snoqualmie PD. It showed great teamwork between different agencies. The Snoqualmie Police thanked the public for being patient while we handled this safely.

Bellevue Police is leading this case. Any future questions should be directed to Bellevue PD.

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  • The arrested suspect has a lengthy criminal history, including murder in 2014. Big thanks to the wise Washington voters who support “restorative” and “equitable” justice so fine, young, din-do-nuffins like this guy are free to go back and forth on Snoqualmie Pkwy at 70 mph within 5-10 minutes of the time a couple hundred kids are crossing from Timber Ridge.

  • Living Snoqualmie