Stolen projector | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers responded to Mountain View Middle School to the report that an overhead projector had been stolen from one of the school's portables. The reporting party told officers, on Dec. 31 an alarm had set off around 3 a.m. The officers who responded to the alarm noted two unsecured portables but at the time saw no evidence that anything was taken. At the time of this report there was no further information.

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January 8

Driving with a Suspended License: Officers on a routine patrol, ran a records check on a vehicle driving on SR 410. The check showed the registered driver was driving with a suspended license. Upon contact, the driver told officers his wallet had been stolen and he could not provide proper identification, registration or insurance. The driver was issued a citation for driving with a suspended license as well as an infraction for no proof of insurance and was released on scene. A record check on the passenger of the vehicle, showed he had two warrants for theft in the third degree. The passenger was transported and booked at the Enumclaw jail.

January 7

Warrant: Officers on an unrelated incident were contacted at a SR 410 store to the report of a suspicious male walking through the parking lot, peering into vehicles. Officers watched as the male left the parking lot and headed in the direction of another store’s parking lot. A record check showed the male had an arrest warrant for driving with a suspended license. Upon contact, he told officers he had not been looking into parked cars. Officers arrested him for his warrant and transported him to the Enumclaw jail.

January 6

Burglary: Officers responded to Mountain View Middle School to the report that an overhead projector had been stolen from one of the school’s portables. The reporting party told officers, on Dec. 31 an alarm had set off around 3 a.m. The officers who responded to the alarm noted two unsecured portables but at the time saw no evidence that anything was taken. At the time of this report there was no further information.

Expired Trip Permit: Officers on a random records check showed the vehicle traveling on state Route 410 in front of them had an expired registration. Upon contact, officers noticed the trip permit in the back window appeared to have been tampered with. Officers spoke with the driver who did not have her identification on her. She told officers the car was her boyfriends and she didn’t know anything about the trip permit. Officers gave her a warning for the traffic offenses. There was nothing further.

 

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