Driving under the influence | Bonney Lake Police

Officers witnessed a vehicle around 11:30 p.m. driving without their headlights on. Once contact was made, the officers noticed the driver’s face was flush and eyes were watery.

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July 4

Driving Under the Influence: Officers witnessed a vehicle around 11:30 p.m. driving without their headlights on. Once contact was made, the officers noticed the driver’s face was flush and eyes were watery. The driver agreed to perform voluntary field sobriety tests. After struggling through the tests, the driver performed a voluntary breath test. The reading was over the legal limit and he was arrested. The officers transported the driver to the police department for processing. He was issued a criminal citation for driving under the influence and an infraction for operating a vehicle without headlights and for no proof of insurance.

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