Driver asleep at the wheel | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers on a routine patrol were flagged down by a concerned citizen who say someone slumped over in the front seat of their car.

November 25

Suspicious Activity: Officers on a routine patrol were flagged down by a concerned citizen who say someone slumped over in the front seat of their car. Officers approached the vehicle to make sure the person was OK. They spoke with the male subject and when they did they saw two knives and an empty syringe in the car. They had the subject stand outside the vehicle while they searched for other weapons or narcotics after receiving permission to do so. Nothing else was found. He kept asking officers where they were and he told them he didn’t know how he got to Bonney Lake. He said he was on his way to Oregon and must have taken a wrong turn then got tired and pulled over to sleep. Officers agreed it would be  a good idea he sleep in the parking lot for the night before continuing on his journey. This report was written for informational purposes only, no further action was taken.

Domestic: Officers responded to a park regarding the report of a male being assaulted with a baseball bat by an unknown subject. Officers spoke with the reporting party who was sitting in his vehicle at the park. He told he was at the park because he had an argument with his fiancee. He said an unknown male approached his vehicle and began hitting it with a bat. As he exited the vehicle, the subject hit him twice in the chest. Officers looked at his chest but found no signs that he had been hit. When officers were showed the dents on the vehicle, they appeared to old and covered with dust. Officers transported him to a hotel for the evening and a handgun he had in his car was taken for safekeeping. At the time of this report, there was no further action taken.

November 23

Burglary: Officers responded to the report of an unknown suspect in the reporting party’s house. She told officers she woke up when her doorbell rang but no one was at the door. She then turned around and saw an unidentified male in her kitchen. She told him to leave and she let him out through the back door. When officers arrived, she showed them he entered the house through a bedroom window. At the time of the police report, there was no further action taken.



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