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CaptionCloseKing County Prosecutors say a 43-year-old Bothell man tied up, assaulted and robbed his nephew at the family business in Bellevue earlier this month on the belief that he stole some of his belongings.King County Prosecutors say a 43-year-old Bothell...

Charges: Man bound, beat nephew at Bellevue workplace

CaptionCloseKing County Prosecutors say a 43-year-old Bothell man tied up, assaulted and robbed his nephew at the family business in Bellevue earlier this month on the belief that he stole some of his belongings.King County Prosecutors say a 43-year-old Bothell...

Charges: Man bound, beat nephew at Bellevue workplace

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King County Prosecutors say a 43-year-old Bothell man tied up, assaulted and robbed his nephew at the family business in Bellevue earlier this month on the belief that he stole some of his belongings.

King County Prosecutors say a 43-year-old Bothell man tied up, assaulted and robbed his nephew at the family business in Bellevue earlier this month on the belief that he stole some of his belongings.

King County Prosecutors say a 43-year-old Bothell man tied up, assaulted and robbed his nephew at the family business in Bellevue earlier this month on the belief that he stole some of his belongings.

Jason Leon Parmley is charged with first-degree robbery and kidnapping for allegedly attacking his 23-year-old nephew in the early morning hours while the nephew worked the graveyard shift.

Prosecutors also claim Parmley directed his family to hide and destroy evidence of his crimes from jail phone calls.

The 23-year-old returned from a break at the business in the 1200 block of 124th Avenue Northeast in Bellevue when he saw that his clothes – and the clothes of other employees – had been rummaged through, according to Bellevue police reports. He went outside to find uncle, Parmley, and Parmley's son, walking away, but told officers that Parmley spotted him and walked toward him, growing "hostile," court records say.

Parmley also used to work at the business, reports indicate.

He allegedly accused his nephew of taking his "stuff" he kept at the business, but did not elaborate on what he meant. When the nephew denied knowing what he was talking about, Parmley reportedly wrapped an arm around his neck and slammed him onto the ground before tying a nylon rope around his neck.

Parmley allegedly said, "Tell me right now where my stuff is or this is getting tighter, little f**ker," Bellevue police reports say.

The nephew claimed he went unconscious for about 10 seconds and was then punched in the face while the rope was around his neck, court documents indicate.

Parmley then released the rope and held a knife to his nephew's neck, saying, "You better tell me where my goddamn stuff is or I'll slit your neck," according to Bellevue police.

The alleged victim continued to deny knowing about Parmley's belongings, which appeared to agitate him further, reports say. Parmley placed his nephew in a "sleeper hold" and then picked him up and walked him inside the building, telling him if he "tried anything" he would "slit his throat, kill him, bust his teeth out and smash his face in," according to court records.

Meanwhile, Parmley's 19-year-old son watched the whole assault, holding a pipe, police reports indicate.

Parmley then allegedly ordered his nephew to empty his pockets and took his cell phone, demanding he call his co-workers to ask about his belongings.

The nephew called some colleagues and at one point was able to text two of them to come to the business or call police.

Next, Parmley zip tied his nephew's hands together, tight enough that one of the alleged victim's hands turned purple, reports say. He then slammed him on the ground again, picked up his head by his hair and slammed his face on the cement floor, according to Bellevue police.

Finally, Parmley reportedly kicked the nephew in the ribs and threatened to "water board" him.

Parmley's girlfriend then entered the room and cut the nephew's zip ties apart. And the co-worker arrived and spoke to Parmley and the victim. Parmley reportedly left with the nephew's wallet, cash and phone and the victim explained what happened, prompting the co-worker to take him to Overlake Hospital.

Hospital staff called Bellevue police. The victim was treated and released.
Detectives found the nephew with a large lump on his forehead, blue bruises, redness, a long scratch on his face, red marks on his hand and a small black zip tie around one of his wrists, they reported.

Investigators headed to the business and found a nylon rope matching the victim's description, as well as the pipe he said his cousin held, a bloodstained towel, and zip ties.

When contacted by detectives, Parmley reportedly said he took his nephew's cell phone for proof that he stole from him. Parmley had filed a theft report with Bellevue police the same day he assaulted his nephew.

Detectives arrested Parmley Feb. 13 and found he possessed his nephew's wallet.
Investigators also found that among the nine phone calls Parmley made from King County Jail, he directed one of his sons to remotely wipe his cell phone and back up the nephew's phone. He also told his sons and girlfriend not to give the nephew's phone to police or talk to cops.

King County Superior Court set Parmley's bail at $400,000 upon his charging Feb. 16.

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Publish Date : 28 Şubat 2017 Salı 19:43

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