Tablet stolen from highway store | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers responded to the report of a burglary that happened over night at a SR 410 store. They spoke with the store's loss prevention employee who told officers she had watch video from the night before because the intruder alarm had gone off.

November 27

Runaway Recovery: Officers witnessed a male walking through state Route 410 store’s parking lots that were closed for the evening. It looked as if he was looking for vehicles to prowl but after contact the male told officers he was looking for cigarette butts to smoke. A records check with Remann Hall showed he had three warrants for his arrest. He was transported to Remann Hall and booked.

Disorderly Conduct: Officers responded to a SR 410 grocery store where two males and a female were reportedly sitting outside the front doors verbally abusing people as they exited. The three told officers they were waiting for a ride and said they had not talked with anyone as they left the store. After a records check, officers found out one of the males had an outstanding warrant from the Auburn Police Department. Officers meet with an Auburn Police Officer to transfer custody of the male. The other two were released at the scene and told to leave the store.

November 25

Store Burglary: Officers responded to the report of a burglary that happened over night at a SR 410 store. They spoke with the store’s loss prevention employee who told officers she had watch video from the night before because the intruder alarm had gone off. She saw a male enter the store and go to the women’s restroom where he said until an hour after the store closed. He then exited the bathroom and went to the electronics department where he took a tablet from a display. He then left the store through a fire door and was seen running from the store. At the time of the police report, there was no further information.

Impounded Vehicle: Officers were dispatched to assist in the towing and impounding of a vehicle blocking the northbound lane of 192nd Ave from SR 410. While officers were filling out information for the tow, a female subject approached them and said the vehicle was hers. She told officers she didn’t have a phone and went to Target to call AAA to tow her car. Officers told her it was being towed because it was blocking traffic. Officers released the vehicle to the towing company already at the scene. No further action was taken.

 

 


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