Three Face Robbery Charges after Foot Chase in Crossroads Neighborhood

Three men are in custody and have been charged with robbery after a foot chase following a home-invasion robbery in the Crossroads neighborhood, according to the Bellevue Police Department.

Three men are in custody and have been charged with robbery after a foot chase in the Crossroads neighborhood last week, according to the Bellevue Police Department.

One witness told police that a suspect pointed a gun at her and she feared a carjacking, until police officers appeared, according to the Bellevue Police Department.

The three remain in jail on $1 million bail, according to the police department. Arraignment is scheduled for Nov. 8, according to the police department.

The police department provided the following information in a press release:

Three home invasion robbery suspects are in custody after a solid police response and a short foot pursuit in the Crossroads area of Bellevue.

In the early afternoon of October 26 a 9-1-1 call was received with a woman reporting three men with guns were in her residence. Multiple patrol units immediately saturated the area of the 15200 block of NE 16th Place. Three men were seen running in different directions. Witnesses were able to provide good descriptions of the males and the direction they were running. Within minutes all three suspects were in custody.

One of the witnesses reported that one of the fleeing suspects pointed his gun at her while she sat in her truck with two small children.  

The female stated she feared for her life and thought the suspect was going to carjack her vehicle, but instead an officer arrived and he ran.

All three males, in their early 20s from the Everett and Mountlake Terrace area, were booked into King County Jail. King County Prosecutors charged Dwuan Antonio Spraggans-Conroy, 23, Jeff Heurtelou, 24 and William Parker, 26 on First Degree Robbery.

Investigators believe these suspect are responsible for several other robberies in Bellevue and possibly other cities in the area.  Detectives think more victims of similar crimes may still be left unreported and would encourage them to call 9-1-1 or the Bellevue Police Department, Detective J. Johnson, 425-452-2754


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