Second hand smoke | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers pulled over a car that ran a stop sign on Aug. 24. After pulling over the vehicle, the male driver was looking for his insurance, even though it was already in his lap with his registration.

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SERVING SECOND SENTENCE: On Aug. 2 officers were informed a male subject was finished serving his sentence at the Pierce County Jail, but that he had another active warrant out for his arrest. Officers transported him from the Pierce County jail to the Nisqually jail without incident.

SECOND HAND SMOKE: Officers pulled over a car that ran a stop sign on Aug. 24. After pulling over the vehicle, the male driver was looking for his insurance, even though it was already in his lap with his registration. Officers suspected the driver was high on marijuana, and field sobriety tests showed he was under the influence. The driver continued to deny smoking marijuana, although other passengers admitted to just smoking marijuana. When officers pointed this out, the man replied it was medical marijuana and he must have been exposed to second hand marijuana smoke.

 

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