Neighbor dispute | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers responded to a residence regarding a dispute between neighbors over property lines. The reporting party said he believed his neighbor had spray painted his driveway because they have been fighting over where the property line splits the two residences.

August 3

Neighbor Dispute: Officers responded to a residence regarding a dispute between neighbors over property lines. The reporting party said he believed his neighbor had spray painted his driveway because they have been fighting over where the property line splits the two residences. The officers advised that he contact the city of a survey company to determine the correct property lines.

Driving With a License Suspended: Officers on a routine patrol checked the records of a vehicle driving near 81st and Myers Road. They were notified that the registered driver was driving with a license suspended. The vehicle made a quick turn into a private driveway before backing up with two additional passengers. Officers continued to watch the vehicle and observed the passenger moving around and throw something out of the window. Once officers approached the vehicle, they saw that both passengers were not wearing seat belts and a large butcher knife was laying on the floor in the front. After a records check, the female passenger showed a felony warrant for Pierce County and was arrested and transported to the Pierce County jail. She was also cited with an infraction for no seat belt. The other passenger was released at the scene and also cited for not wearing a seatbelt. The driver was cited and released for driving with a suspended license and no proof of insurance.

Runaway: Officers responded to the report of a juvenile runaway. Once the officers arrived, the father of the subject said they have had ongoing problems with his daughter. Her dad contacted her at a local park and left her there to cool off but she did not come home. The dad expected she may be with a friend who lives in Buckley. Officers contacted the friend’s mom and found the runaway was at his house. Officers picked her up and transported her back to parent’s house.

August 2

Thrown Rocks: Officers contacted the reporting party by phone regarding an incident that took place at her mom’s house. She told officers as she left the house, the neighbor threw rocks at her car as she drove off. She said that the neighbor started throwing the rocks after she honked at a cat in the middle of the road that wouldn’t move. It is unsure if there was any damage to the vehicle but she contacted officers because she believes the neighbor causes problems for other surrounding neighbors. Officers tried to make contact with him but were unable to. No further action was taken, the report was for informational purposes only.

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