Burning traffic cone | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers responded to a store for a shoplifting in progress. Once officers arrived, they contacted the store's protection specialist outside the store and he told them he had been watching two suspects. The reporting party watched one conceal cosmetics into her purse.

July 30

Shoplifting: Officers responded to a store for a shoplifting in progress. Once officers arrived, they contacted the store’s protection specialist outside the store and he told them he had been watching two suspects. The reporting party watched one conceal cosmetics into her purse. She purchased a number of items but did not pay for the cosmetics. While officers were at the store, the suspect was sitting in a car in the parking lot. After a records check, the suspect showed an outstanding arrest warrant for theft. The suspect gave the items back to the officers and was issued her a trespass from the store for a year. Officers transported her to Sumner where she was transferred to a Puyallup police officer.

July 29

Burning Traffic Cone: Officers responded to a residence around 11:30 p.m. by the request of East Pierce Fire and Rescue for a possible domestic violence. The reporting party told officers she was watching TV in her house when she called 911 to report a traffic cone burning in her driveway. She expected it could have been her adoptive daughter’s ex-boyfriend who may have left the cone. The daughter told officers she her ex had been stalking her and had arrived at her house the night before. Officers provided her with information to obtain a no contact order. At the time of the report, no further action had been taken.

July 28

Hit and Run: Officers responded to Allan Yorke Park for a hit and run around 1:30 p.m. The reporting party told officers she was hit by a car as she crossed the street. Although being hit, she told officers she was not injured. She also told officers that once she got up, she yelled at the driver of the vehicle and he responded by flipping her off and driving away. At the time of this report, there was no further information available.

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