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Bounty hunters in town | Buckley Police

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ASSAULT: An officer responded March 24 to Rainier School following a report of a client-on-client assault.

DRUNK DRIVER: Police conducted a March 23 traffic stop, found the Coul Avenue motorist to be intoxicated and arrested him for driving under the influence.

SUSPENDED: After stopping a Buckley woman for speeding March 22, police arrested her for driving with a suspended license. She was released at the scene.

THREE CITATIONS: While on patrol March 22, an officer stopped a vehicle for a license plate violation. The driver received infractions for expired vehicle license tabs and failing to provide proof of insurance, plus a citation for driving with a suspended license. The vehicle was released to a licensed driver.

BOUNTY HUNTERS: Officers were dispatched the morning of March 21 to a Mason Avenue apartment and a reported domestic violence incident possibly involving a knife. They discovered bounty hunters had entered but did not find the suspect they were after.

PROWL ATTEMPT: A Dundass Avenue resident reported March 14 someone had damaged a lock while attempting to gain entry to a vehicle.

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