Man arrested for indecent exposure | 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 8

Purse Snatching: An officer responded to the report of a stolen purse at a state Route 410 grocery store. A suspect was caught on video surveillance but his identity was not known and officers were unable to locate him during an area check.

April 9

Warrant: A routine records check revealed the registered owner of a vehicle traveling on Angeline Road had an outstanding arrest warrant out of Puyallup Police Department. The driver was identified as the owner and was arrested without incident.

SWAT Team: A Bonney Lake officer, serving as a METRO SWAT team member, assisted with a warrant service in Puyallup. The suspect was not compliant but he was placed into handcuffs after a struggle with several officers. Nothing further was reported.

April 10

Ladder Theft: A resident of Vandermark Drive reported the theft of a ladder after selling items to someone on Craigslist. Officers conducted an area check but the suspect was not found.

Theft: An officer responded to the report of theft from a SR 410 retail store. A suspect description was available but officers were unable to identify or locate him.

April 11

Driving Under the Influence: At approximately 1:30 a.m., an officer observed a vehicle swerve while traveling on SR 410. The driver was arrested for DUI and his handgun was placed into evidence for safekeeping.

Domestic Dispute: Officers responded to the report of a domestic dispute on 70th Street East. It was determined that no crime was committed but one of the subjects was found to possess two warrants. He was arrested and transported to Enumclaw jail.

April 12

Indecent Exposure: An officer responded to the report of a household employee who exposed himself to a resident. He was arrested and booked into Enumclaw jail.

Hang Up: Dispatch reported a 911 hang-up call coming from 75th Street East. Upon officer arrival, the caller was determined to be mentally unstable and was transported by East Pierce Fire and Rescue for involuntary commitment. The residence was secured and no further information was reported.

DUI: An officer conducted a traffic stop upon witnessing a vehicle swerve on SR 410. The driver performed poorly on standard field sobriety tests and was determined to be under the influence. He was arrested and the vehicle was impounded.

April 14

Theft from Vehicle: An officer responded by phone to the report of a vehicle prowl on Myers Road. The victim’s vehicle was left unlocked and no suspect information was available.

Property Damage: Officers responded to the report of burglary and property damage at a Bonney Lake fast food restaurant. The building’s sheetrock was kicked in and entry was gained, but nothing appeared to be stolen. No suspect information was available.

Warrant: A vehicle was pulled over for expired tabs and the driver fled on foot. One of the two passengers was able to identify the driver, who had a warrant for arrest but wasn’t located at the time of report. Two criminal citations were sent to the prosecutor for issue by mail and one of the passengers was transported to Puyallup for a confirmed arrest warrant. The vehicle was released to the second passenger.

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