Pursuit leads to arrest | 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.

March 13

Suspicious Person: A woman and her daughter reported an unknown female repeatedly came to their home while the daughter was there with a friend. The daughter never answered the door but she did manage to record the subject’s license plate number. A report was taken for informational purposes.

Stolen Generator: A resident of 191st Avenue East reported the theft of a generator. There was no suspect information available but the victim said a subject approached two days prior and asked what street he was on, presumably to case out the area.

Records Check: An officer on patrol ran a records check for a vehicle he was following. The check revealed a suspended driver’s license and arrest warrant. Upon contact, the adult passenger was also found to possess four warrants. She was transported to Enumclaw jail but the driver and three juvenile passengers were released to a licensed driver.

Theft Recovery: An officer on patrol in a Locust Avenue apartment complex located a vehicle which had been stolen in Sumner on March 11. The owner transported it to the police department to dust for fingerprints but none were found.

March 14

Door Ding: A subject reported her vehicle door was hit by another vehicle while in the Justice Center parking lot. The responding officer noted a “scuff mark smaller than a grain of rice” among several others that had previously been touched up. He advised her the possible damage was not cause for a report. Her demeanor then shifted and she began yelling as she changed her account of the incident and declined to write a statement.

Shoplift and Warrants: A subject stole two bottles of alcohol from a state Route 410 grocery store. A records check revealed two warrants. He was trespassed from the store, arrested for theft and minor in possession of alcohol, and booked into Fife jail for the outstanding warrants.

March 15

Assault: At about 12:30 a.m., officers responded to the report of an assault that had occurred prior. Officers located the subject and arrested him on two confirmed warrants, in addition to assault in the fourth degree, malicious mischief and minor in possession of alcohol.

Vandalism: An officer responded to the report of two juveniles vandalizing the outside walls of an elementary school. Their parents were notified and ensured the juveniles returned to clean the walls.

Frequent Lifter: A female subject known for shoplifting returned to a SR 410 grocery store and stole bottles of alcohol. She was trespassed from all store locations indefinitely and issued a criminal citation for theft before she was released at the scene.

Assault: A shoplifter fled the scene of a SR 410 grocery store after assaulting an employee but officers located the suspect vehicle nearby. He was trespassed indefinitely from all store locations and issued criminal citations for theft, assault and minor in possession of alcohol.

March 16

Burglary: A Mountain View Drive East resident reported several items missing after a residential burglary. There was no suspect information available.

March 17

Malicious Mischief: Two glass tables were smashed by concrete rocks at the senior center, during the night two days prior. There was no suspect information available.

Property Damage: An officer responded to the report of spray painted graffiti on the brick wall of a middle school. There was no suspect information available.

Pursuit: Two subjects responded to the police department to retrieve a lost phone. Records checks revealed the male subject possessed a warrant but he fled on foot as officers attempted to detain him. Upon pursuit and containment, he was found in a building under construction. He was arrested for the warrant, in addition to obstructing an officer, resisting arrest and criminal trespass.

Mail Theft: Several locked mailboxes were reportedly broken into. The victims were advised to watch their credit reports for signs of identity theft. There was no suspect information available.

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