Stolen vehicle recovered | Police Blotter

Officers spoke with the reporting parties regarding a motor vehicle theft while one of them was at work the previous evening.

October 17

Stolen Vehicle and Recovery: Officers spoke with the reporting parties regarding a motor vehicle theft while one of them was at work the previous evening. On Oct. 18, a Pierce County Sheriff deputy recovered the stolen vehicle in Wilkeson. It was reported that the ignition was damaged and not drivable. The vehicle was impounded. At the time of the report, there was nothing further.

October 15

Domestic Violence: Officers responded to a Bonney Lake residence to the report of an assault in progress. On the way there, officers leaved the suspect had left the scene on foot after assaulting her mom. Once at the residence, they witnessed the house in disarray after the suspect had opened all drawers in the kitchen, scattered mail on the counters and had pushed her mom into the fireplace mantel. The reporting party told officers that her daughter had only been at her house a day and had just been released from a hospital in Kirkland. As a precaution, officers contacted East Pierce Fire and Rescue to transport the daughter for further treatment. She agreed and was transported to a nearby facility. Officers later spoke with a nurse that she the suspect did not meet the standards required for being committed. Officers picked her up at the hospital and cited her with domestic violence assault in the fourth degree. She was transported and booked into the Puyallup jail.

 




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