Single vehicle DUI collision | 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.

Feb. 22

Single Vehicle Collision: Officers responded to the report of a vehicle in the ditch on state Route 410 East. When the driver regained consciousness, officers determined he was under the influence and transported him to the police department for processing.

Panic Alarm: Officers responded to a residence when two juvenile females reported a group of juvenile males were harassing them and refused to leave the property. The reporting parties were given information on how to possibly obtain an anti-harassment order.

Feb. 24

Shoplift: A Bonney Lake retail store reported a shoplifter that fled the scene. A loss prevention employee provided officers a description of the suspect and the vehicle’s license plate number. The registered owner was positively identified through a booking photo and was issued a citation of theft in the third degree.

Feb. 25

Prescription Fraud: A SR 410 pharmacy reported an attempted fraudulent prescription fill. The case was forwarded to investigations for suspect follow up.

Resisting Arrest: Officers responded to the report of a shoplifter that had left the retail store’s property on foot. The suspect was non-compliant upon approach. She was issued citations for theft in the third degree and resisting arrest.

Feb. 26

Fraud: A person reported his identity had been used to open a phone service account in Florida, which had since been sent to a collections department. No suspect information was available but a courtesy report was filed for the incident.

Feb. 27

Vandalism: A resident of Angeline Road East reported vandalism to the garage door of his home, which had also been burglarized the day before. No suspect information was available at the time of report.

Stolen Bike: A juvenile male hid his bicycle in the bushes on 182nd Avenue East so he could walk his dog home. The bike was stolen while he was gone. There was no suspect information or serial number available

Warrant: An officer on patrol recognized a vehicle associated with a subject possessing a warrant. The subject was identified and transported to Fife jail.

Feb. 28

Shoplift: An officer responded to a SR 410 grocery for the report of a shoplifter in custody. The subject was booked into Enumclaw jail for theft and two unrelated Bonney Lake warrants.

Harassment: At approximately 11:45 p.m., officers responded to the police department parking lot for a domestic violence report. The male subject reportedly punched the female subject before fleeing on foot, because she had attempted to turn him in to the police. A Puyallup K-9 assisted in locating the suspect. He was apprehended without incident and a no contact order was issued.

March 1

Fraud: An officer responded by phone for an Olympia resident whose debit card was fraudulently used in Bonney Lake. Details of the transaction were available through store personnel but no solid suspect information was available at the time of report.

Hit and Run: Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision on SR 410. One of the drivers fled the scene on foot prior to officer arrival. He was located at his residence and issued citations for hit and run and reckless driving. East Pierce Fire and Rescue evaluated his injuries and transported him to an area hospital. The second driver was uninjured.

March 3

Order Violation: During a traffic stop, the passenger of a vehicle was found to be involved in a no contact order with the driver. The passenger was booked into Enumclaw jail for violation of the order and two arrest warrants. The driver was issued two traffic infractions.

March 5

Theft: A Bonney Lake resident discovered several items missing from his home and said he believes a sub-contractor for a cable company stole them while there for repairs. No further information was available at the time of report.

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