On patrol with Bonney Lake’s Marine Service Unit | SLIDESHOW
The men and women of the Bonney Lake Police Department’s Marine Services Unit patrol the waters of Lake Tapps every sunny weekend in the summer.
The day begins checking boats on the dock for the proper paperwork and required items before the officers hit the waves to try and keep things safe and calm on the water.
Aug. 4 was one of the sunniest and busiest days of the year for Lake Tapps and the MSU helped keep the throngs of boaters, swimmers and fishermen under control.
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Photos by Brian Beckley
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