15 over the limit | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

On Aug. 24, officers pulled over a vehicle going 55 in a 40 miles per hour zone. The male driver admitted to having a little to drink. Field sobriety tests showed the man was under the influence, and he was arrested and the car impounded.

15 OVER THE LIMIT: On Aug. 24, officers pulled over a vehicle going 55 in a 40 miles per hour zone. The male driver admitted to having a little to drink. Field sobriety tests showed the man was under the influence, and he was arrested and the car impounded. A breath sample revealed his BAC was .167, more than twice the legal limit.

SHOPLIFTED PHONE: A shoplift was reported to officers on Aug. 25. According to the phone store employee, the male subject asked about the new Galaxy Note 8. When the employee went into the back of the store, she saw the man take out a pair of scissors and cut the security cord for the demo device. The man then left. The phone was deactivated by the store and a serial number given to police.

 

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