Recognized by police | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers were driving on Veterans Memorial Drive on Aug. 4 when they passed a man they recognized as having a suspended license driving in the opposite direction.

HARASSING CUSTOMERS: Officers were dispatched on Aug. 3 to a report of a woman harassing store customers. The manager of the store told officers the woman was riding around the parking lot on her bike, nearly hitting several people, as well as asking other customers for money or to use their cell phone. Officers contacted the woman by the dumpster near the area and gave her a trespass letter.

RECOGNIZED BY POLICE: Officers were driving on Veterans Memorial Drive on Aug. 4 when they passed a man they recognized as having a suspended license driving in the opposite direction. A records check revealed the man still had a suspended license. Officers lost sight of the car, but when it was found, the driver was now in the passenger seat and another man was driving. The new driver also had a suspended license, and both men had outstanding warrants. Officers arrested them both and cited them for driving without insurance and license. The car was impounded.

 

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