Stolen candy | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers responded to a shoplifting complaint from a business on SR 410. The reporting party claimed the suspect stole some candy and left the store.When officers located the suspect, they denied stealing the candy.

INTOXICATED: On April 25, officers caught up to a vehicle traveling 25 mph over the speed limit. The driver of the car was having trouble answering the officer’s questions and finding requested documents. The suspect appeared intoxicated but denied drinking any alcohol that night. Later, the suspect admitted to having a few drinks earlier.  The preliminary breath test registered a BAC of 0.222. The driver was arrested for DUI and the car was impounded by J&J Towing.

STOLEN CANDY: Officers responded to a shoplifting complaint from a business on SR 410. The reporting party claimed the suspect stole some candy and left the store.When officers located the suspect, they denied stealing the candy.The suspect also said they may have a warrant for their arrest. The warrant was confirmed for burglary in the second degree and the suspect was book into the Enumclaw jail. No candy was found on the suspect.

 




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