Intoxicated in court | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers advised that a male had been detained at the Bonney Lake Justice and Municipal Center for being intoxicated and disorderly on Oct. 3. It appeared the man was drinking from an alcoholic beverage from a plastic water bottle while in court.

DINE AND DASH: Officers were called Sept. 30 to a report of a juvenile male walking out of a restaurant without paying for his meal. Officers located the car the man left in, along with two other passengers. The male said he thought he was paid today but tried three different cards and all were declined. The other passengers said they were similarly out of money or were unaware of the situation. The restaurant did not wish to press charges but had them all trespassed.

INTOXICATED IN COURT: Officers advised that a male had been detained at the Bonney Lake Justice and Municipal Center for being intoxicated and disorderly on Oct. 3. It appeared the man was drinking from an alcoholic beverage from a plastic water bottle while in court. A PBT test gave a reading of .342. Due to his level of intoxication, officers could not book the him, nor spare officers to sit with him in the hospital. The judge agreed to release the man if he agreed to go to a detox facility. East Pierce Fire and Rescue transported the man to the hospital.


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