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SHOPLIFTER CAUGHT: A shoplifting incident at a Roosevelt Avenue business was reported at 9 p.m. July 10. The suspect, who was standing in front of a neighboring business, was arrested for theft and taken to the police station for booking.

ARREST WARRANT: A man arrived at the police station at 8:08 p.m. July 9 to visit a jail inmate. It was determined the visitor was wanted on a warrant issued by Bonney Lake; also, he was driving with a suspended license. The man exited the police station lobby, ran to his vehicle and departed. Officers were notified and the man was stopped. He was taken into custody and booked.

SELF DEFENSE: A man called police at 2:18 a.m. July 9, reporting a female had pulled a gun on him in the area of Warner Avenue and state Route 410. After contacting both parties, it was determined the man had been the aggressor in a dispute and the woman was defending herself. The man was counseled and the issue was settled.

ONE ARRESTED: At 8:50 p.m. July 8, police were called to a Franklin Street location for a domestic dispute; a man and woman were said to be yelling in a yard. After officers arrived, the woman was taken into custody and booked for fourth-degree assault.

THINK OF PETS: Police were called about a dog locked in a vehicle on July 8. An officer located the owner and issued a verbal warning about leaving pets in a vehicle during hot weather.

NO BEER: Employees at a Griffin Avenue business told police at 3:39 a.m. July 8 a would-be shoplifter fled in a vehicle after attempting to steal beer. Along the way, he dropped both his phone and the beer.

TRAFFIC STOP: Police stopped a vehicle at 12:52 a.m. July 8 in the vicinity of Griffin Avenue and Lafromboise Street. The driver was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license. Additionally, the driver failed to have an interlock device in the vehicle, which was required.

BUCKLEY ASSIST: An officer responded the evening of July 7 to assist Buckley police with a suicidal individual.

BAD BEHAVIOR: Two teenagers reported they were uncomfortable with the behavior of a man at a Roosevelt Avenue business. Police met with the reporting party and parents and determined the suspect’s behavior was not criminal. But if something similar happened again, the victims were told to contact officers so they could speak with the suspect.

CASH MACHINE: An ATM was reported stolen from the Enumclaw Expo Center on July 7. It was unclear when the machine was taken and there were no immediate suspects. The ATM contained no cash.

LEAVE THE LIBRARY: An individual who had been order to stay away from the public library returned the morning of July 7. Police contacted the suspect, who was arrested and taken to the police station for booking.

ORDER VIOLATED: After hearing that a no-contact order – stemming from a domestic violence incident – had been violated, officers responded to a Cole Street apartment July 6. An unwanted individual was arrested and booked for violating the court order.

STOLEN, LOCATED: A city resident told police July 5 a 1994 Ford Taurus had been stolen during the night. A few hours later, Bonney Lake police reported the vehicle had been impounded after being involved in a hit-and-run incident, then abandoned. The registered owner was notified.

NO CAMPING: An anonymous report the morning of July 5 told of a transient individual setting up camp on the trail just off Battersby Avenue. The individual was advised to move along.

TWO CHARGES: Police responded the morning of July 5 to a report of someone sleeping on church stairs. The call resulted in someone booked into jail for resisting arrest and being a minor in possession of alcohol.

FIREARM THREAT: Police were told July 4 someone had been threatened with a firearm at a Wilson Avenue location. The reported victim declined to cooperate; police had a discussion with the identified suspect.

FIREWORKS: Police received many calls about fireworks during the days surrounding the Fourth of July. When police were able to determine illegal fireworks were being discharged, the assorted bottle rockets and firecrackers were confiscated.

NOT MISSING: Police were told July 3 of a woman who had not returned from a camping trip near Greenwater. Her mother called authorities when the woman did not report to work as scheduled. It turned out the camper had experienced automobile trouble and was in an area of no cell phone service.


JULY 11: Police received two reports of vandalism, one at a River Avenue location and one on A Street. There were also two allegations of assault, one coming from Rainier School. Additionally, there was a panic alarm sounding from a Jefferson Avenue address.

JULY 10: The day’s reports included two calls from Carbonado, one for lewd conduct and the other stemming from a dispute among neighbors. Also, a residential burglar alarm sounded from a Spaulding Circle address.

JULY 9: An allegation of abuse came from Rainier School, a commercial burglar alarm was activated at a River Avenue location and an animal complaint came from Ryan Road. It was busy on local roads, with officers making 11 traffic stops, responding to a noninjury automobile accident at Edith Street and Park Avenue and taking a complaint about an off-road vehicle in the vicinity of McNeely Street and Collins Road.

JULY 8: A residential burglary was reported at a Hinkleman Road address and, at 10:15 p.m., police were alerted to a domestic dispute that turned physical at a state Route 410 location.

JULY 7: Police were told of a burglary at a River Avenue residence, took a theft report from Carbonado and heard of a residential burglar alarm from a Couls Avenue home.

JULY 6: An at-risk client was reported missing from Rainier School at 5:26 p.m., a commercial burglar alarm was received from a Jefferson Avenue site and police made a handful of traffic stops.

JULY 5: Police made a DUI stop at 10:50 p.m. on SR 410, recovered a vehicle at a Spiketon Road location and took a report of vandalism at a highway site.

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