Stolen pregnancy test | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers were called Aug. 3 to a report of shoplift at a department store. According to the store supervisor, an off-duty female employee observed a female enter the bathroom with an unopened pregnancy test.

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BELLIGERENT CUSTOMER: Officers were called Aug. 2 to a report of a belligerent customer. According to the store manager, the man was trying to drink soda from the dispenser from his hands. When asked to leave, the man begin swearing. Officers contacted the man, who said he only wanted a glass of water. The man was trespassed from the establishment.

STOLEN PREGNANCY TEST: Officers were called Aug. 3 to a report of shoplift at a department store. According to the store supervisor, an off-duty female employee observed a female enter the bathroom with an unopened pregnancy test. The employee asked to see the woman’s receipt, but the woman said she didn’t have the receipt with her. When the woman attempted to leave, the employee took the woman’s phone and said she could have it back when the test was paid for. The woman scratched the employee, retrieved her phone and left the store. The employee gave the license plate of the car she took off in to officers, who unsuccessfully attempted to contact the owners of the car at home.

 

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