Domestic Disturbance | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers responded to a state Route 410 store to the report of a possible theft. Officers were informed that three male subjects took off in the store's electric cart.

September 14

Trespass: Officers responded to a state Route 410 store to the report of a possible theft. Officers were informed that three male subjects took off in the store’s electric cart. Officers spoke with two of the male subjects and asked the one sitting on the cart what he was doing. He told officers he took the cart for a joy ride and had no intention of stealing it. The store will not be pressing charges but the two subjects are trespassed from all like stores for a year.

Shoplift: While in the parking lot of a Bonney Lake pharmacy for a collision investigation, officers were advised by dispatch of a shoplift that had just occurred at that pharmacy. Officers spoke with the cashier and were told that the subject wanted to buy some chew and while he entered their birthdate into the register, the subject grabbed the chew and ran out of the store. At the time of this report, there was nothing further.

Domestic Disturbance: Officers arrived at a residence on Locust Avenue East around 1:30 a.m. to the report of a domestic disturbance. When officers arrived, the front door was open and they could hear a female yelling inside. Officers spoke with her and she told them she was on the phone with her mom telling her about her brother’s actions this evening. She told officers her brother arrived at the residence and begin to mess the house up and hurt her. Officers observed no signs of damage to the house and no signs of assault to her. She declined to provide a written statement and officers cleared the location by giving her instructions on obtaining a protection order.

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