Client-on-client assault | Buckley Police

THREE CITATIONS: A patrolling officer stopped a vehicle Nov. 3 because the license had expired. The driver was cited for the outdated tabs and received additional citations for driving with a suspended license and failing to provide proof of insurance.

TRUCK TAKEN: A Rosewood Court resident notified police Nov. 2, telling that his truck had been stolen from his driveway. The truck had been unlocked with the keys inside. A report was taken.

ASSAULT: A reported client-on-client assault the morning of Oct. 31 had police responding to Rainier School. The subjects were separated and no one was injured.

THREAT AT SCHOOL: Police were dispatched Oct. 31 to a C Street location, where they contacted an assistant principal who reported one student had threatened to shoot another student. The students had departed for the day and the suspect had been expelled.

ALLEGED THREATS: Officers were dispatched at 10:40 p.m. Oct. 31 to a residence in unincorporated Pierce County after hearing of threats made against one man by another man. It was determined the one making the contact had been an unwanted guest and had been asked to leave following a confrontation.

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