Burglary | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

An officer responded to the report of a residential burglary with an engagement ring and iPad missing. The reporting party stated she came home to find her front door kicked open and those items missing.

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

July 11

Burglary: An officer responded to the report of a residential burglary with an engagement ring and iPad missing. The reporting party stated she came home to find her front door kicked open and those items missing. She was asked to fill out an inventory sheet of all the items missing. After walking through the house, the officer noticed it was odd that two laptops were not taken as well. The reporting party and her fiancé did not know of any possible suspects. At the time of the report, there were no leads in the case.

July 10

Driving with License Suspended: While on a routine patrol, an officer conducted a random records check of a vehicle traveling on SR 410. The check revealed the registered driver had a suspended license and two misdemeanor warrants for her arrest. Once able, the officer followed the vehicle and stopped in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant. The officer observed the driver of the vehicle was now a male and he was the only one in the car. The officer approached the vehicle and the male told him the subject had fled on foot when she saw the officer. With back up, the subject was located and arrested. Due to the lack of jail space, she was cited for driving with a suspended license and no proof of insurance. She was released from custody.

Temporary Protection Order: Officers responded to a residence around 11 p.m. where the reporting party said his wife had issued a protection order against him and he was to leave the property. When officers arrived they read the order and noted that the reporting party had custody of the children. His wife said she would contact Child Protective Services the following morning. The father and children left without incident. The report was written by officers to be forwarded to CPS.

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