Expired registration | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

On Aug. 28 officers pulled over a vehicle with registration that expired last month. The driver said he did not have a license on him and it was suspended, and the vehicle belonged to the female passenger. A records check revealed the male driver also had warrants out of Fife, Milton, and Federal Way, but all three city police departments declined to take custody of him.

EXPIRED REGISTRATION: On Aug. 28 officers pulled over a vehicle with registration that expired last month. The driver said he did not have a license on him and it was suspended, and the vehicle belonged to the female passenger. A records check revealed the male driver also had warrants out of Fife, Milton, and Federal Way, but all three city police departments declined to take custody of him. The female had a warrant out of King County, and she was arrested transported to the Pierce County Jail. The driver was cited and released and the car impounded.

STOLEN WHEELS: Officers were alerted to theft from a car on Aug. 29. The reporting party told officers that sometime during the night, someone stole all four wheels tires off his car. The reporting party did not hear anything unusual during the night.

 

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