Bellevue police are expected to release an updated report to the media Friday.

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Photos and video of the truck driven by Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman during an October hit-and-run crash were released Friday by Bellevue police.

Bellevue police say Coleman said he smoked synthetic marijuana before the crash in the 13500 block of Southeast 36th Street just after 6 p.m. on Oct. 14. They recommended that the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charge him with felony hit-and-run and vehicular assault.

Coleman’s attorney, Stephen Hayne of Bellevue, said Coleman passed all field sobriety tests and that the substance his client reportedly said he took is “not an illegal substance and from all indications that we have heard it didn’t have an influence on his ability to drive. I don’t know what that has to do with it. It is an over-the-counter substance.”

Photos and video of the other vehicle involved in the crash also were released.

Bellevue police are expected to release an updated report to the media Friday.

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