Bellevue police increasing trailhead patrols after string of car break-ins

Hikers said the recent arrests linked to car break-ins bring some relief, while Bellevue police are stepping up patrols ahead of an anticipated busy weekend.

BELLEVUE, Wash. — Two men linked to dozens of car break-ins in King County pleaded not guilty Thursday.

Prosecutors said Jhonny Taylor and Dominique Callier are linked to a string of car prowls at the Coal Creek Trailhead in Bellevue.

Hikers said the recent arrests bring some relief, while Bellevue police are stepping up patrols of trailheads ahead of an anticipated busy weekend.

Leeah Brown is excited to hit the trails this weekend, but after dozens of car

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