Possession of a controlled substance, heroin | 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.

Bonney Lake

April 19

Assault: At about 2:40 a.m., officers responded to the report of an assault that occurred one hour prior. The suspect accused the victim of stealing cigarettes and proceeded to physically assault him. The victim’s story changed and he declined to write a statement. He was transported to a hospital for treatment and no charges were filed.

April 22

Fraud: A resident reported her identity had been used by an unknown person to file a tax return in 2010. There was no suspect information available.

April 24

Controlled Substance: Officers responded to a state Route 410 gas station on the report of an intoxicated individual inside. He was arrested for a warrant out of Fife Police Department and suspected heroin was found inside a prescription bottle in his possession.

Vehicle Prowl: A city of Bonney Lake vehicle was prowled overnight. The window was broken to gain entry and it appeared nothing had been stolen. There was no suspect information available.

Domestic Violence: An officer responded to 88th Street East for the report of a 911 call in which the victim yelled she was being assaulted before hanging up. The suspect left before police arrival and the victim declined to provide a written statement. Charges were forwarded to the court based on probable cause.

Theft: A person reported her wallet was stolen while inside a SR 410 retail store. She stepped away from the cart for a moment, leaving the wallet unattended, and it was gone when she returned. There was no video surveillance footage or suspect information available.

April 25

Fraud: A resident called to report her identity was used to open a credit card. There was no suspect information available and she was advised to contact the credit reporting bureaus in addition to law enforcement.

Fire: Police responded to a possible arson that occurred on 192nd Avenue East. It was later determined by East Pierce Fire and Rescue that it did not appear to be a criminal case. No further information was reported.

Malicious Mischief: A business on 233rd Avenue East called to report their telephone lines had been cut. The employee of a nearby business reported witnessing the suspect and provided police with a name and vehicle description but declined to provide written statements. The suspect was involved with recent theft cases but was unable to be contacted at the time of report.

April 26

DUI Assist: A Bonney Lake reserve officer witnessed a vehicle drifting across the lanes of SR 410. Upon contact, the driver was determined to be intoxicated. The officer called for backup and the driver was arrested for driving under the influence.

Death: Officers responded to the report of an unresponsive male. Upon arrival, police took over performing CPR until East Pierce Fire and Rescue arrived. He was transported to an area hospital and pronounced dead. Police determined the death appeared to be of natural causes. Due to the circumstances, a medical examiner did not respond to the scene.

Shoplift: Officers responded to the report of stolen movies at a SR 410 retail store. The suspect was arrested and released at the scene. He was trespassed from the store for one year.

Bicycle Theft: A resident of 196th Avenue East reported the theft a bicycle off their front porch. The reporting person recalled seeing two juvenile males looking in the garage the day before but was unable to provide identifiable information. The officer conducted an area check but was unable to find the suspects.

Trespass: Officers were dispatched to a trespass in progress at a SR 410 restaurant. The suspect was approached on foot and ran into a nearby grocery store. Officers found and arrested him for a felony warrant with the Department of Corrections. He was issued an additional citation for criminal trespassing.

April 27

DUI: An officer pulled over a vehicle after observing it swerve into oncoming traffic. The driver was visibly intoxicated upon contact and registered over the legal limit on a breath test. He was arrested for DUI and booked into Enumclaw jail.

Car Fire: Officers responded to a car fire near 191st Avenue East at approximately 1 a.m. They began extinguishing the flames until East Pierce Fire and Rescue arrived. The vehicle was unoccupied and the owner approached from a nearby residence. Officers discovered a warrant and arrested her without incident. The cause of the fire was determined to be related to electrical components.

April 28

Order Violation: Police were notified by the prosecutor of a protection order violation that occurred two days prior. The violation was caught on surveillance at a nearby store and was forwarded to the prosecutor for review.

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