Locking mailboxes broken into | 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.

March 25

Malicious Mischief: An officer responded to the report of a vandalized vehicle while unoccupied on 103rd Street Court East, between the hours of 10 p.m. and 12:45 a.m. There was no suspect information available.

Fraud: A person reported unauthorized transactions from his checking account between March 21 and 24. There was no suspect information available; he was advised to call the bank and have the card number canceled.

March 27

Property Damage: A group of locking mailboxes in the area of 79th Street East were found with the doors open. It was unknown if any mail was stolen and no suspect information was available.

Warrant: An officer on school zone patrol recognized the driver of a vehicle from previous interactions. A routine computer check revealed an arrest warrant out of Puyallup Police Department. The subject was arrested and transported to Puyallup.

March 29

Shoplift: An officer responded to the report of a shoplifter that fled the scene of a state Route 410 grocery store. A stolen bottle of alcohol was recovered but the suspect was unable to be located at the time of report.

Burglary: A resident of 213th Avenue East reported burglary from two sheds located on the property. Several items were stolen and no suspect information was available.

March 31

Identity Theft: A resident reported he received several letters from the IRS stating he had filed a tax return with another person’s name he did not know. No information was found on the unknown person during a computer search and no suspect information was available.

April 1

Warrant Arrest: An officer recognized a pedestrian who was known to possess an arrest warrant. He was booked into Enumclaw jail.

Traffic Stop: During a traffic stop for defective equipment, the driver of a vehicle provided a false name. His identity was confirmed during investigation and he was arrested for driving with a suspended license, violation of a no-contact order and refusal to comply with police. The female passenger was arrested for three outstanding warrants.

Residential Burglary: A person reported a residential burglary that occurred the night before when she was gone for approximately one hour. Several items, including jewelry and electronics, were stolen. There was no suspect information available.

Identity Theft: A person reported two phone lines were added to the family cell phone plan without her permission. 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 notified of a warrant in her name and issued a criminal citation for theft in the third degree before release at the scene.

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