Reckless Driving | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

An officer responded to a report of a vehicle in a ditch on Bonney Lake Boulevard. The reporting party said two subjects walked away from the scene after the vehicle came to a stop. Officers made contact with the subjects and the driver was cited for reckless driving and released with a court date.

All subjects in the police blotter are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

June 22

Reckless Driving: An officer responded to a report of a vehicle in a ditch on Bonney Lake Boulevard. The reporting party said two subjects walked away from the scene after the vehicle came to a stop. Officers made contact with the subjects and the driver was cited for reckless driving and released with a court date.

June 25

Shoplifting: An officer responded to a report that two juveniles shoplifted from a state Route 410 pharmacy. Only one suspect took a can of Mikes Hard Lemonade and condoms while the other didn’t steal anything. The manager who reported the incident said he believes the two have shoplifted from the store in the past. The identity of the juveniles is unknown at the time of the report and the officer conducted an area check with negative results.

Suspicious: Shortly after 3 p.m., an officers responded to the report of a male and female physically fighting in the Bonney Lake Park and Ride. Prior to arriving, they were informed the female left the scene by vehicle. Officers witnessed the male walking into a gas station and approached him. The subject was uncooperative and changed his story a couple times. There was not enough to hold him on and he was released from the scene.

Suspended License: On a routine patrol, an officer conducted a computer check of a vehicle traveling on SR 410. The officer found the registered driver to have a suspended license. The officer located the vehicle in a store parking lot and approached the vehicle. The driver was not the registered owner but still had a suspended license as well an unpaid ticket. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Fife City Jail for booking.

June 26

Fraud: Officers responded to a SR 410 store where two subjects tried to return stolen items for a cash refund. The reporting party said one subject gathered the items and met the other at the self check out where they proceeded to the customer service area of the store. They provided receipts from other store locations for the items in the cart and received a cash refund. The subjects left the scene and their identity is unknown at the time of the report.

Trespass: Reports of threats and trespassing came from a SR 410 store. The suspect has multiple trespass notifications from the store and was seen by the reporting party trying to steal a backpack. When officers arrived the suspect had already left the store. He was later found walking down 214th Ave E, officers arrested him and he was transported to Fife jail for booking.

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