Foot chase and narcotics | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

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

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

April 12

Burglary: An officer responded to the report of a suspicious vehicle in the area of 103rd Street East. Missing items were reported at a nearby home for sale but there was no suspect information available.

April 14

Theft: An officer responded by phone to a report of theft and fraud. The suspect was arrested in Puyallup for attempting to cash a check, which was stolen from his sister. Charges were forwarded to the Pierce County Prosecutor.

April 16

Attempted Theft: The manager of a state Route 410 retail store reported forced entry into two storage trailers while the business was closed. Nothing appeared to be stolen and no suspect information was available.

Warrant: Just before noon, an officer recognized the driver of a vehicle from previous contacts. Dispatch confirmed arrest warrants out of Enumclaw and Black Diamond. He was detained without incident for the warrants and issued a citation for driving with a suspended license.

Fraud: A person reported fraudulent charges were placed on her credit card at a retail store in Bonney Lake. There was no suspect information available.

Narcotics: Officers responded to a Veterans Memorial Drive location for the report of suspicious activity. Drug paraphernalia and suspected heroin were confiscated but no other crimes were committed.

Bullying: An officer responded to the report of a high school student being bullied and threatened by peers. The school and school resource officer were notified of the situation and nothing further was reported.

Lost and Found: A bag of suspected methamphetamine was found by a customer at a SR 410 grocery store. It was placed into the police department’s property room for proper disposal.

April 17

Burglary: A resident of 178th Avenue East reported the theft of items from his garage when the door had been left open over night. There was no suspect information available.

Shoplift: An officer responded to the report of a shoplifter in custody at a SR 410 retail store. The suspect was issued a citation for theft in the third degree, trespassed from all of the company’s locations and released at the scene.

April 18

Theft from Vehicle: A person reported theft from her vehicle, which occurred sometime the night before or early in the morning. There were no signs of forced entry and no suspect information was available.

Felony Warrant: A vehicle was stopped for driving without headlights after dark. Two suspects fled on foot and were confirmed to possess warrants for arrest. A K9 track was unsuccessful but upon the disappearance of a third suspect, another K9 was deployed. The suspect was successfully tracked and  transported for medical aid before booking on a felony warrant.

April 20

Warrant: A resident Vandermark Road resident reported theft from his vehicle. No suspect information was available but dispatch advised the reporting person possessed two outstanding warrants, for which he was booked into Enumclaw jail.

April 21

Parked after Dark: A vehicle with two occupants was at a Bonney Lake park after dark. An officer approached the vehicle and advised the park was closed. One of the subjects said they were simply waiting for a phone call but the other was arrested for an outstanding warrant and booked into Enumclaw jail.

Eluding and Heroin: A suspect with known misdemeanor and felony warrants was seen at a Bonney Lake store. The suspect, who was accompanied by another unidentified person, fled on foot when officers began approaching. They were chased and detained without incident. Both suspects exhibited medical complications, due to admitted heroin use. They were transported to an area hospital for treatment and then booked into Pierce County Jail.

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