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DUI, eluding and felony warrant arrest | Buckley Police
SIGN HIT: A Garnero Street resident told police Sept. 15 a vehicle had been driven through his yard
SHOPLIFTER: An officer was dispatched the evening of Sept. 13 to a business on state Route 410 where a female shoplifter was being held. She had attempted to steal candy. She was issued a citation for theft, ordered to remain away from the store and released at the scene.
MANY CHARGES: Officers witness a vehicle being driven erratically through Buckley at 11 p.m. Sept. 11. The driver sped away when police attempted a traffic stop, but the driver – a 29-year-old woman from Tacoma – was eventually apprehended. She was initially taken into custody for driving under the influence and eluding a police vehicle. She was then taken to the hospital after having an apparent seizure. She was then found to be wanted on a felony arrest from the state Department of Correction and a DUI warrant issued by Kitsap County. She also was driving with a suspended license and did not have an ignition interlock device on her vehicle, as required by the courts. It also was learned she had struck a parked car before being apprehended. She was to be charged, at minimum, with DUI, hit-and-run, driving with a suspended license and violation of the interlock order.
NONE HURT: Officers responded the morning of Sept. 11 to a collision at the intersection of Main Street and River Avenue. No injuries were reported and both vehicles could be driven from the scene.