Suspected explosive debris | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

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All subjects in the police blotter are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Bonney Lake

June 13

Domestic and Vandalism: Police responded to a report of a verbal dispute and vehicle vandalism. The reporting party told officers her and her former boyfriend argued as he came to collect some of his belongings. While leaving, the suspect kicked the subject’s car causing an estimated $1000 worth of damage. No charges were filed against the suspect.

Trespassing and Harassment: The reporting party met with police officers to report trespassing and harassment at the Bonney Lake Community Garden. The subject reported the suspect had been camping in the garden and removing other’s property and had threatened her. While talking with officers, the suspect arrived at the department to tell her side. The suspect was issued a trespass notification.

Shoplifting: Police responded to a SR 410 grocery store for a shoplifter in custody. While purchasing some items, the suspect had placed six others in her purse. She was served a trespass order for a year from all the chain’s locations, cited for theft and escorted from the property.

Residential Burglary: Officers responded to a reported break in. The subject returned home to find her front door unlocked and items in disarray. There was no sign of forced entry. She made a list of all missing items and the local pawn shop was contacted to see if any had been brought in. At the time of report, there was no suspect information or investigation leads.

DUI: A Bonney Lake officer observed a vehicle not remaining in its lane of travel. Upon contact, the driver appeared visibly intoxicated. He was arrested for DUI and no proof of insurance after completing voluntary field sobriety tests and was transported to the Lakewood Police Department where he was processed. He was later booked into the Nisqually jail.

June 14

Under the Influence: An officer observed a vehicle with no headlights on after midnight. Upon contact, the driver was visibly intoxicated. He agreed to voluntary field sobriety tests but was unsure about performing a breath test. He was arrested and transported to Lakewood Police Department for processing.

Explosive Device: A resident of 90th Street Court East reported the discovery of debris and possible items used to construct a bomb in his yard. There was no conclusive evidence and no further police action was taken.

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