Food bank vandalized | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

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All subjects in the police blotter are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Feb. 20

Surrender: A subject surrendered himself on two outstanding warrants. He was arrested without incident in the police department lobby and transported to Enumclaw jail.

Vehicle Prowl: A city-owned vehicle was prowled while parked behind a city office. There was no suspect information available.

Disorderly: A suspect was seen rifling through lockers at a Bonney Lake fitness facility. He was contacted outside the facility and arrested on one count of theft in the third degree.

Theft: A person reported the theft of WIC checks from her shopping cart while at a state Route 410 store. There was no suspect information available.

Shoplifting: Officers responded to the report of a theft at a SR 410 retail store. The suspect fled the scene in a vehicle and was approached by officers. The theft remains under investigation but the suspect was trespassed and cited for driving while license suspended.

Warrant: A random records check revealed the driver of a vehicle possessed a suspended driver’s license. She was also issued an infraction for no proof of insurance and booked into Puyallup jail for a confirmed arrest warrant. The vehicle was impounded.

Feb. 22

Impound: A vehicle was reported to be blocking the entrance to a community. Upon arrival, officers determined the vehicle was a significant hazard. It was impounded by Cascade Towing.

Theft from Vehicle: A resident of Church Lake Drive reported a vehicle prowl that occurred overnight. The vehicle was likely left unlocked, according to the victim. Several items were stolen and no suspect information was available.

Feb. 23

Scam: A woman called to report her adult son may be the victim of a scam. The subject offered the son and his friend a job, but after receiving their personal information, redacted the offer and instead asked them to purchase cell phones and telephone service but neglected to reimburse them. The suspect agreed to return the phones but his accomplice was not identified.

Driving Under the Influence: An office on DUI emphasis patrol observed a swerving vehicle in the area of 224th Avenue East. The driver performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to the Washington State Patrol mobile processing center.

Malicious Mischief: An officer responded to a SR 410 restaurant for the report of malicious mischief. An employee returned to her vehicle and found all four tires had been slashed. There was no suspect information available at the time of report.

Feb. 24

Shoplifting: An officer responded to a SR 410 retail store for the report of a shoplifter in custody. He was issued a citation for theft in the third degree and trespassed from the store before being released at the scene.

Food Bank: Officers responded to the report of theft and vandalism at the Bonney Lake food bank. Unknown suspects damaged the door locks and stole food from the cooler. There were no investigative leads at the time of report.

Vehicle Prowl: A resident of 78th Street Court East reported theft from his vehicle that occurred sometime the night before. No suspect information was available.

Vehicle Prowl: A resident of 71st Street East reported her vehicle had been broken into the night before. Several items were stolen but no suspect information was available.

Unlawful Possession: An officer pulled over a vehicle upon conducting a random records check. The male passenger was arrested for a confirmed warrant and unlawful possession of a controlled substance. The driver was issued a citation for failure to transfer title and an infraction for driving without insurance.

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