Officer threatened | Bonney Lake Police Officer

Officers responded to a call reporting a suspicious male on a resident’s back porch on June 10. Officers arrived at the scene and were told a strange man kept coming to the residence for an unknown person.

SUSPICIOUS: A shopper reported to officers that he saw a suspicious male using money from a purse to buy merchandise. Officers found the subject outside the store and asked him if the purse belonged to him, to which the subject said no and identified the real owner of the purse, who was currently at the Justice and Municipal Center. Dispatch advised officers the subject had a warrant out of Puyallup for reckless driving. After arresting the subject, officers searched the subject and found narcotics. The subject was taken into custody and the purse was delivered to it’s rightful owner, who had given the subject permission to have the purse.

THREATENING AN OFFICER: Officers responded to a call reporting a suspicious male on a resident’s back porch on June 10. Officers arrived at the scene and were told a strange man kept coming to the residence for an unknown person. Officers located the man, who was swaying and appeared intoxicated. Dispatch advised the subject had a warrant for DUI and officers placed him under arrest. After being put into a police vehicle, the man became agitated and started yelling and making death threats toward officers. He remained uncooperative when officers arrived at the Pierce County jail and officers needed assistance removing him from the patrol car. The man was booked for felony harassment.

 

 




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