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Stolen vehicle found, no damage done | Buckley police reports to July 21

VEHICLE RECOVERED: An officer on patrol the morning of July 21 spotted an unoccupied vehicle parked at 262nd Avenue East and 96th Street East. It was determined the vehicle had been reported stolen a day earlier in Enumclaw. The owner was contacted and arrived to take possession. It was reported there was no damage done and nothing missing from the automobile.

ASSAULT REPORTED: Police took a report the afternoon of July 20 regarding a client-on-client assault at Rainier School.

UNDER THE INFLUENCE: An officer stopped a motorist shortly after midnight July 18 due to improper lane usage. The man behind the wheel was later arrested for driving under the influence. The vehicle was impounded and the driver was released with a notice of infraction and after being told the case would be sent to Pierce County for charging.

WARRANT ARREST: An officer contacted a man July 17 who was wanted on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant. The man was booked after the warrant was confirmed.

INTOXICATED: A citizen called police the evening of July 13, reporting a vehicle was being driven recklessly south on state Route 165 toward Wilkeson. The suspect vehicle was soon located and the female driver showed signs of being under the influence. She voluntarily participated in field sobriety tests, which she failed. She was arrested for driving under the influence, given a criminal citation and released. It also was confirmed her male passenger was the subject of an arrest warrant out of Kent.

 

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