Attempted gas theft | 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.

Bonney Lake

June 20

Vehicle Prowl: An officer responded to the report of several motor homes that had been broken into at a SR 410 dealership. It was unknown if any items were stolen and no suspect information was available.

Gas Theft: A person reported someone attempted to steal gas from his vehicle, but the tank was low so suspects they weren’t able to obtain any. No suspect information was available.

Warrant: An officer ran a routine records check for the license plate of a vehicle traveling on Church Lake Road. The driver was found to possess two warrants. He was arrested and a warrant meet was arranged with Auburn Police Department.

June 21

Theft: A resident of Cascade Drive East reported the theft a boat motor and battery from a boat that was parked in the resident’s driveway. No suspect information was available.

Hit and Run: Officers responded to the report of a hit and run in the parking lot of a retail store on 192nd Avenue East. The suspect vehicle was identified by surveillance video and a citation for hit and run was forwarded to the court to be mailed to him.

Warrant: An officer responded to the report of two subjects loitering in a SR 410 parking lot and appeared to be looking inside vacant vehicles. Upon arrival, one of the subjects was arrested for two confirmed warrants and transported to Fife jail.

June 23

Vandalism: An officer responded to the report of a spray painted storage box at Allan Yorke Park. No useful evidence was found and no suspect information was available.

June 25

Graffiti: An officer responded to the report of graffiti on the outside of a residence on 182nd Avenue Place East. There was no suspect information available.

Under the Influence: Officers responded to the report of a hit and run that occurred on Veterans Memorial Drive. The suspect vehicle was located and the driver was determined to be intoxicated. She was arrested for DUI, hit and run and issued infractions for failure to provide proof of insurance. She was later given a courtesy ride to her residence.

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