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Bellevue Nebraska Police Station Address: 1510 Wall St, Bellevue, NE 68005, United States


11 hours ago
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16 hours ago
1st day back from vacation and it’s -3 but the cruiser needed washed! thanks @huskerautowash Tweeted by @BPDLt_Reed https://t.co/d8K2dZMwEH

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Bellevue (Nebraska) Police Department shared CBS DFW’s video.21 hours ago

Great story on ATM Skimmers from our friends at the McKinney Texas Police Department. Before inserting your card #wiggleit ;if it is loose enough to wiggle be very suspicious. Watch the attached news story for more details.

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WATCH: Woman Credited With Preventing Countless People From Becoming Fraud Victims
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Bellevue (Nebraska) Police Department5 days ago

We hear of these scams way to often. This is a new twist on the “Grandparent Scam” where emotion overrides intelligence. These callers prey on getting you so emotionally worked up, you can’t think.

“I’ve heard of all sorts of scams but not this one. It wasn’t your ordinary run of the mill scam. It was violent and forceful. All the information they had made it too real to not believe.”

The quick thinking of the manager saved this lady her hard earned money. If you are faced with the situation like this, as a employee, business owner or friend, try to pry a little and see if you can help out.

“After getting through that agonizing process I can only assume the man that had come up to the front of the store to help me was the manager. He wrote down on a piece of paper asking for my moms cell phone number because. I wouldn’t talk to anyone for fear of the man on the phone hearing. So I wrote it down on and slid it over. He called her and THANKFULLY she answered. He asked her name and he wrote it down and then he asked my name and I told him just for her verification.
My mom was fine and she was having lunch with her friend before heading to the airport.”

The Story:
“Today I got to experience one of the most intense helpless feelings. Its a warning to those who may get the very same terrifying phone call.

Back story before I get into what actually happened. I run my own salon suite so its not uncommon for me to receive phone calls from numbers I do not recognize. Yesterday I started a promotion that led to me receiving a number of calls from out of state numbers from what I can only imagine are transplants to Nebraska.
So late this morning between two clients I got a phone call. I answered the phone and all I could hear in the background was a woman screaming and men yelling. I said “hello” a few different times until a man answered. “He said “hello, Stacy. We have your mother Sharon down here in Texas. We have kidnapped her and we will kill her if you do not follow our directions completely. If you do not want to be responsible for your mothers death we need you to follow our directions (insert tons of profanity).
I IMMEDIATELY started to panic. My mom was currently down in Texas visiting friends of hers and was due to fly back to Omaha this afternoon. My heart stopped tears came streaming down I couldn’t breath I didn’t know what to say. I couldn’t call the police I couldn’t call my husband. I did not know what to do. All I remember saying to them was “Please don’t hurt her, what do you want, please let me talk to her so I can hear her voice.” He then told me to “shut the F*** up and if I didn’t stop crying and left work then they would shoot her in the head and I would never see her again. During this portion of the ordeal I had him on speaker in one of the other stylists suites while she called 911. He then said “listen closely to my directions. How much money do you have immediate access to?” I told him what I had in my checking account and he then asked me how far away my bank is. I told him directly across the street.
At this point I had so many emotions and thoughts running through my mind I couldn’t think clearly. I felt helpless and alone and separated from anyone that could help. My mom was hundreds of miles away in a place I’m not familiar with at all. I got in my car and he made he honk twice to verify that I was leaving. I honked twice which he didn’t hear, then twice again…he still didn’t hear so he then made me do it again and I said “F*** CAN YOU HEAR IT NOW” as I laid on my horn.
So hear I am haphazardly driving across Center Street to Wells Fargo and parked my car. He then laid down the ground rules. “You WILL stop crying and pull yourself together and you WILL call me son and I will call you mom.”
All I kept saying was “let me talk to her I need to hear her voice. What kind of person kills someone over petty cash?!” He replies “I told you the rules and if you don’t follow them then I will shoot her and you will never find her body.”
So here I am sitting in Wells Fargo’s parking lot trying to suck it up and pull myself together. I walk through the front doors and immediately tears start streaming down my face. The tellers look at me and I sign to them for a piece of paper so I could communicate to them without letting the man know I was not following his strict directions. I wrote down to call 911 in barely legible hand writing and to not make a scene while trying to voice to them to not say anything out of an ordinary transaction. They asked me how I wanted the money back and I loudly said back to them “Just large bills” took the envelope and walked out still terrified the police hadn’t shown. Right after pulling onto Center there were cops in my work parking lot and cops pulling into Wells Fargo.
Now I’m directed to take the money to the CVS at 132nd and center and to name off every street that I am passing through until I get into the Parking lot.
After pulling into the Parking lot he starts to give me these lengthy directions on things to do and to not do. He gives me the Names to wire the money to. “Ok, Listen closely. Here are the names that you will need to wire the money to. The first name is Jose, J-”
“I know how to f***ing spell Jose!”
He responds ok, the second name is Alvarado, A-L..”
“I know how to spell Alvarado!”
At this point my mind is exhausted and my smartass of a personality cant hold its tongue anymore. Its been 45 minutes and it feels like its been an eternity. I just wanted it to be over. Just let me send this damn money so they can tell me where my Mom is.
He gives me the location to send it “Mexico City, Mexico to any Money Gram.
So here I go again. I try to compose myself so I’m not making a huge scene but the sight of me is enough to make a scene. I have pink hair and Mascara wiped all over my face and in my hair. Just the sight of me is questionable. But I briefly composed myself and stood inline at the cashier until this man asked if I needed help. I handed him my envelope with “call 911” and my husband phone number.
They direct me to the money gram phone where I then have to place a phone call. I’m so frustrated by this point and to make this phone call even more frustrating an Indian man answers with the heaviest Indian accent. So here I am trying to spell my name to this guy who cant understand me and I clearly CAN NOT understand him.
I just want to curl up in a ball and pass out because I can not physically do anything to help my mom.
After getting through that agonizing process I can only assume the man that had come up to the front of the store to help me was the manager. He wrote down on a piece of paper asking for my moms cell phone number because. I wouldn’t talk to anyone for fear of the man on the phone hearing. So I wrote it down on and slid it over. He called her and THANKFULLY she answered. He asked her name and he wrote it down and then he asked my name and I told him just for her verification.
My mom was fine and she was having lunch with her friend before heading to the airport.
This was all a SCAM and I ALMOST sent this guy a chunk out of my savings account.
The cops came to my work, the showed up to the bank and they showed up to CVS. I had a total of 5 cops after me today and luckily the clerk made a quick decision to call my mom.
So after the relief wore off I felt so embarrassed that I caused all this panic.
I’m just glad that this scenario didn’t turn out to be worse than it could have. So live and learn, after doing some research these calls seem to be happing at a very large rate. Normally they target your children. They know details to make it seem real and they don’t care how much or how little you have, their threats are all just the same.
I’ve heard of all sorts of scams but not this one. It wasn’t your ordinary run of the mill scam. It was violent and forceful. All the information they had made it too real to not believe. And who knows how they got the information. It could have been when she was out somewhere down in Texas or from any Social Media account.”

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Bellevue (Nebraska) Police Department shared WOWT 6 News’s post.5 days ago

Kendal Stutz, 50, was booked in Sarpy County Jail Thursday for third offense DUI. Police say Stutz was upset about a driver plowing his driveway shut. Stutz allegedly followed the city plow back to their shop and yelled at the driver.

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Bellevue (Nebraska) Police Department5 days ago

Time to get out the snowblowers or snow shovels. Thank goodness we didn’t get a ton of snow, but we did get enough to require clearing sidewalks and driveways. Just a reminder it needs to be removed within 24 hours after cessation of the storm or snowfall.

ARTICLE VI. – REMOVAL OF SNOW, ICE, MUD AND SLUSH FROM PUBLIC SIDEWALKS AND PRIVATE PROPERTY

Sec. 28-134. – Duty to remove.
The owner and the occupant of any real property in the city shall have the duty of keeping the sidewalks adjacent to such real property clean and free from obstructions and accumulations of snow, ice, mud and slush. All obstructions and accumulations shall be cleared from sidewalks as soon as is reasonably possible, and in any event accumulations shall be removed within 24 hours after cessation of any storm or snowfall. For the purposes of this article, the term “occupant” shall include the person or persons actually occupying the real property or having the right to do so, whether a tenant, lessee or owner.

https://library.municode.com/ne/bellevue/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=COCI_CH28STSI_ARTVIRESNICMUSLPUSIPRPR

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Bellevue (Nebraska) Police Department6 days ago

Traffic Update; Sided streets are covered and slick, main streets are being treated but still slick in spots. Highway 75 is wet. If you must go out please increase following, stopping distance and take your time. Best bet is to stay in a little longer and snuggle up on the couch.

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Bellevue (Nebraska) Police Department7 days ago

All children love the words Snow Day. Hope y’all have a great one. ❄️⛄️ Enjoy your snow day Bellevue Schools.