Abandoned vehicle | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

All subjects in the police blotter are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

All subjects in the police blotter are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

March 14

Found Property: An abandoned vehicle was found at a Bonney Lake elementary school. Dispatch advised it was not stolen and the owner was unknown at the time of report. It was booked as property at the police department.

March 18

Warrant: The driver of a vehicle traveling on state Route 410 was stopped for expired tabs. A records check revealed an arrest warrant, for which she was transported to Remann Hall. She was issued infractions for no insurance and expired tabs, and a criminal citation for no license.

March 19

Warrant: At approximately 1:45 p.m., an officer responded to the police department lobby for the arrest of a subject with confirmed warrant. She was taken into custody without incident.

March 20

Theft from Vehicle: A resident of 185th Avenue East reported the theft of several items from her vehicle. The suspect appeared to have removed a portion of the window’s molding in order to gain access. No suspect information was available.

Theft from Vehicle: A resident of 74th Street East reported their vehicle had been broken into the night before, or that morning. The vehicle was reportedly left unlocked and no suspect information was available.

Identity Theft: A subject reported the use of her social security number on an unknown person’s loan application. She notified social security and all three credit bureaus of the incident. No suspect information was available.

March 21

Vehicle Prowl: Officers responded to the report of an unknown man standing by the reporting person’s vehicle, with its dome light on. Upon arrival, officers found the vehicle door open but nothing had been stolen and there were no further investigative leads.

March 22

Driving Under the Influence: Shortly after midnight, an officer observed a vehicle swerving with a defective headlight. Upon contact, the driver refused voluntary field sobriety tests but due to obvious signs of impairment, he was arrested for DUI and his vehicle was impounded.

Warrant Arrest: An officer contacted a subject fitting the description of a shoplift suspect. It was determined he wasn’t involved in the shoplift but was arrested for an unrelated warrant with Auburn police.

Records Check: At about 10 p.m., an officer ran a records check on a vehicle parked at a SR 410 grocery store. The check revealed the driver possessed four arrest warrants and a suspended driver’s license. The passenger also had several confirmed warrants. Both were arrested without incident.

Domestic Violence: Officers responded to the report of a no contact order violation, in which the suspect was reportedly in the victim’s home and stole her computer. No probable cause for theft was found but he was booked into Pierce County jail for breaking the restraining order.

Warrant Meet: An officer responded to a warrant meet with Pierce County Sheriff’s Office. The subject was arrested and booked into Puyallup jail on the two Bonney Lake warrants.

March 25

Theft in Progress: Officers responded to a trespass in progress on 103rd Street East. Two subjects were found, one of which possessed an arrest warrant. Due to lack of jail space, he was issued a criminal citation for attempted theft and was released at the scene.

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