Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman, right, takes a handoff from quarterback Russell Wilson during a practice in 2013. Bellevue police chief Steve Mylett says his department did not purposely drag out the investigation into Coleman’s car crash.
Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman, right, takes a handoff from quarterback Russell Wilson during a practice in 2013. Bellevue police chief Steve Mylett says his department did not purposely drag out the investigation into Coleman’s car crash. Elaine Thompson AP file, 2013
Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman, right, takes a handoff from quarterback Russell Wilson during a practice in 2013. Bellevue police chief Steve Mylett says his department did not purposely drag out the investigation into Coleman’s car crash. Elaine Thompson AP file, 2013

Bellevue police chief denies delaying Derrick Coleman case of vehicular assault

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