No license plate | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers watched as a vehicle drive past them without a front license plate, rear plate or trip permit on Oct. 13. The driver turned into a driveway and exited her car when officers activated their emergency lights.

STORAGE UNIT BURGLARY: On Oct. 13 officers were called to a storage unit business to a report of a burglary. The manager discovered a cut lock the night previous, but wasn’t able to make contact with the renter, so he was unable to determine what was missing. Officers were also unable to contact the renter.

NO LICENSE PLATE: Officers watched as a vehicle drive past them without a front license plate, rear plate or trip permit on Oct. 13. The driver turned into a driveway and exited her car when officers activated their emergency lights. Officers asked the woman to stay in her car, but she denied driving the vehicle. After being asked for her papers, she said she didn’t have registration or insurance. An occupant of the house the driver pulled up at then exited, and said they did not know the woman, nor did the woman know them. Dispatch confirmed the woman had a warrant and was driving with a suspended license. She was arrested and transferred to the Enumclaw jail.

 

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