Intoxicated thief claims to be god | 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.

May 28

Warrant arrest: A driver was stopped because the light on his rear license plate was out. A computer check revealed the subject possess a warrant for arrest. He was arrested and his vehicle was released to a family member.

May 30

Assault: Officers responded to a state Route 410 fast food restaurant for the report of a customer who assaulted an employee with food. The suspect fled before police arrival but was identified through investigations and booked into Pierce County Jail for malicious mischief, assault, disorderly conduct and an unrelated warrant.

June 4

Domestic Violence: Police responded to the report of a woman that was attacked by her roommate. The victim was treated at the scene by emergency medical personnel and the suspect was booked into Pierce County jail.

June 5

Suspicious Vehicle: A resident of 195th Avenue East reported a suspicious vehicle pulled into his driveway and two male subjects looked inside the home, presumably to case it out. The report was taken for informational purposes and the reporting party was advised to contact the department of the vehicle is seen again.

Theft from Porch: An officer responded to the report of a theft from the porch of a residence located on 193 Avenue East. There was no suspect information available.

Aggravated Assault: Officers responded to Cascade Drive for a domestic violence report. The victim received medical attention from East Pierce Fire and Rescue and the suspect was arrested for assault and booked into Pierce County jail.

June 6

Theft from Yard: An officer responded to the report of stolen boat motors and fishing equipment from a boat that was parked in front of the victim’s garage. No suspect information was available.

June 7

Warrant: At about 11:15 p.m., a vehicle was pulled over for driving with a defective brake light. A records check  of the came back with several arrest warrants and a suspended license. He was transported to Puyallup jail and the vehicle’s passenger was released at the scene.

June 9

Stolen Plate: An officer responded to West Hill Drive East, for the report of a stolen license plate. The owner was unsure of when the plate was taken and no suspect information was available.

June 10

Malicious Mischief: A resident of 112th Street East reported the windows of two vehicle were broken by an unknown subject. Nothing appeared to be missing and no solid suspect information was available.

Restraining Order Violation: Officers responded to the report of subjects possibly using drugs in the parking lot of a SR 410 retail store. Upon contact, it was discovered that one of the subjects possessed a warrant, for which he was arrested. Another involved subject was arrested for an outstanding warrant and violation of a no contact order.

Shoplifting: Officers responded to the report of an intoxicated subject attempting to leave a SR 410 retail store with clothes on that he did not pay for. He reportedly told store employees that, “he was god and he would do what he wants.” He was booked into jail on an arrest warrant and the clothes he was wearing were returned.

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