Failure to register | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

On a routine patrol, officers witnessed a vehicle going over the posted speed limit of 25 miles per hour on Locust Ave. E. Upon contact with driver, a records check showed he had a warrant out of the Pierce County Sherriff's Office for failure to register as a sex offender.

Bonney Lake Police news

January 15

Warrant: On a routine patrol, officers witnessed a vehicle going over the posted speed limit of 25 miles per hour on Locust Ave. E. Upon contact with driver, a records check showed he had a warrant out of the Pierce County Sherriff’s Office for failure to register as a sex offender. A meet was arranged and the driver was turned over to a Pierce County Deputy.

January 14

Drug Paraphernalia: Officers responded to the local dog park regarding a report that a vehicle was inside the park after hours. Contact with the male passenger and a records check showed that he had four warrants out of Bonney Lake for his arrest. The passenger was transported and booked at the Puyallup jail. The driver was asked to exit the vehicle and a small quantity of drug paraphernalia was found on the seat. It was determined he had used prior to arriving at the park. The driver was detained for a short amount of time for safety reasons and then was released from the scene.

 

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