Liquor Violation | Bonney Lake and Sumner Police Blotter

Officers responded to the report of domestic violence. Once on scene, the reporting party told officers he was at his ex-girlfriend’s house to do some work and pick up their child for the night. The two got into an argument over the cost of repairs and the girlfriend then told him he could not take their daughter.

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Bonney Lake

August 8

Domestic Violence: Officers responded to the report of domestic violence. Once on scene, the reporting party told officers he was at his ex-girlfriend’s house to do some work and pick up their child for the night. The two got into an argument over the cost of repairs and the girlfriend then told him he could not take their daughter. He tried to leave before a fight started but she approached his driver door and opened it as he starting to back out of the drive way. He told officers that was when he accidentally ran over her foot and she threaten to press charges. He called his insurance company and filed a police report. Officers tried to contact the girlfriend but were unable to.

August 7

Burglary: Officers responded to the report of a break in at a residence on Church Lake Drive. The owner returned home from the store to notice that her kitchen window was open and a step ladder was placed on the side of the house leading up to the window. She told officers she was unsure of what items had been taken but that her house was “messy” and items were misplaced. Officers advised the owner to fill out a theft inventory form. No further action was taken at the time of this report.

Liquor Violation: Officers responded to Allan Yorke Park to the reporting of a group of people drinking beer and throwing their bottles into the lake. When the subjects saw the officer approaching them, one of them threw his beer bottle into the lake and another placed his bottle down in some rocks and attempted to get into the water. Two of the four subjects were released from the scene because they were not drinking. The two who remained on scene were cited for intoxicants in a park and were also trespassed from the park until further notice.

Sumner

August 8

Damaged Vehicle: Officers responded to a local park to the report of a vehicle being damaged. The suspect had left the scene but the vehicle’s owner knows them. The male suspect had asked the owner for money but when she told him no, she told officers he walked over to her car with a board with nails on it and hit her car multiple times. The owner took officers to the suspect’s house but he would not speak with them. He was issued a criminal citation for malicious mischief by mail.

August 7

Theft: Officers responded to the report of someone being hit in the head and then having their skateboard stolen. Once on scene, the subject told officers he may have known who hit him even though he couldn’t actually see the person do so. He was seen by medical personnel and transported to the hospital for his head wound.

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