Juvenile Runaway | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers responded to the report of a juvenile runaway around 1:30 a.m. The subject’s parents told officers they went into her room and saw a pillow had been placed under her blanket to make it look like she was there.

August 19

Juvenile Runaway: Officers responded to the report of a juvenile runaway around 1:30 a.m. The subject’s parents told officers they went into her room and saw a pillow had been placed under her blanket to make it look like she was there. After looking for her at her boyfriend’s house with negative results, officers found her whereabouts based off her cell phone location. Her parents contacted police around 3:30 a.m. and told officers they were going to pick her up and bring her home. No further action was taken regarding this incident.

August 18

Property Damage: Officers responded by phone to the report of theft and vandalism at a bank owned home. The reporting party is the listing agent and told officers she discovered the front door knob had been broken off and destroyed. The contractor/realtor key box was also missing from the front door. She told officers it didn’t appear the home had been entered. At the time of the report, the door knob had already been repaired.

Stolen Street Sign: Officers responded to the report of someone trying to steal a street sign. The suspect fled the scene prior to succeeding to steal the sign. The sign and post had not been damaged and the Public Works office would work to put the sign back on the post. No further action was taken by the officer at the time of the report.

August 17

Driving With a Suspended License: Officers noticed a female passenger sitting on the hood of a vehicle in a state Route 410 drive through. Officers contacted the vehicle and had them pull off to the side. He advised the driver that it was unsafe for her to be sitting on the hood of the car and the driver agreed. After a records check, it was determined the driver had a suspended license and unpaid tickets. The record check also revealed that the vehicle registration for the California plate expired in 2009. The officer noticed a Washington State vehicle trip permit that had also expired but the date had been changed multiple times so it would appear that it hadn’t. The driver was cited for driving with a suspended license and a trip permit violation. She was also issued an infraction for an expired vehicle registration.

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