Bar fight | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

On Nov. 28 officers responded to a bar fight that was over by the time they arrived on the scene. At the scene was a male with a cut above his eye.

STOLEN CAR: Officers responded to a report of an abandoned car with its hazard lights blinking on Nov. 27. Officers arrived on the scene and discovered the car was stolen out of Sumner earlier that morning. There was no damage and no keys in the car. Officers contacted the owner of the car who then came to the scene. Officers were told the only things missing from the car were the floor mats and a jacket.

BAR FIGHT: On Nov. 28 officers responded to a bar fight that was over by the time they arrived on the scene. At the scene was a male with a cut above his eye. He told officers he was in a verbal argument with another male who struck him with a bottle. Other witnesses gave conflicting stories and there were several different fights going on at the same time. Officers are continuing to look for leads.

 

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