Right of way, not the high way | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers pulled over a car on Aug. 26 for failing to yield the right of way for oncoming traffic. Officers smelled burnt marijuana coming from the car. Officers had to remind him multiple times for his registration and insurance.

CAR PROWL: Officers were called on Aug. 26 to a car theft. It appeared to the victim that the subjects pried their way into the car through the rear passenger door. Missing from the car was a lockbox containing important documents, a stereo faceplate, a utility knife and a backpack with clothes, as well as medication.

RIGHT OF WAY, NOT THE HIGH WAY: Officers pulled over a car on Aug. 26 for failing to yield the right of way for oncoming traffic. Officers smelled burnt marijuana coming from the car. Officers had to remind him multiple times for his registration and insurance. Field sobriety tests showed the man was under the influence and he was arrested and the car towed.

 

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