Burglary | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers responded to a residence on West Tapps Highway East to the report of a burglary and it was possible the owner was confronting the suspect. Upon arrival, officers waited for backup before clearing the residence but the owner became angry.

November 23

Burglary: Officers responded to a residence on West Tapps Highway East to the report of a burglary and it was possible the owner was confronting the suspect. Upon arrival, officers waited for backup before clearing the residence but the owner became angry. He was yelling and swearing at officers that the police won’t do anything about the recent string of burglaries to his home. The owner got frustrated and entered the home on his own in order to clear it. Officers heard him walking around the house screaming. The owner’s wife arrived and they noticed doors were missing from rooms upstairs. The owner told officers that whoever entered the home did so past a board that he had screwed across a side door. At the time of this report, there no further action taken.

November 22

Warrant: While on a routine patrol, officers ran a random records check on a vehicle traveling on SR 410. The check showed the registered owner had a criminal arrest warrant out of Bonney Lake. After contact with the driver, confirmed he was the registered owner. Officers transported him to the Enumclaw jail where he was booked for his warrant. He was also issued an infraction for no valid operator license with identification. This case was forwarded to the Prosecuting Attorney.

November 21

Vehicle Prowl: Officers responded to the report of slashed tires and a stolen license plate. When officers arrived, they noticed the tires on the vehicle were brand new, the reporting party told them she had already had them replaced. However, officers could see that the rear license plate was missing. At the time of this report there was no further action taken.

November 20

Theft: Officers spoke with the reporting party on the phone regarding a vehicle prowl at his residence on Nov. 10. He told officers he found someone had broken the lock to the bed of his truck and store roughly $4000 worth of tools. At the time of this report, there was no further information.

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