Vacant home burglarized, heroin found on shoplifter | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

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All subjects in the police blotter are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Jan. 9

911 Call Reveals Warrant: Dispatch received an open line call with the sound of a woman crying in the background. Officers responded to the area and found the woman was arguing with her fiance. She went to a neighbor’s house to call the police because she was scared. Neither party reported physical harm but a background check of the fiance came back with a confirmed warrant out of Auburn. He was transported for a warrant meet with the department.

Domestic: An officer responded to the report of a domestic dispute on 94th Street East. The subject showed no evidence of assault but reiterated that she was afraid of her boyfriend. An area check for the boyfriend was conducted but he was not found. The responding officer provided guidance for obtaining a no contact order and filed a report for the ongoing domestic dispute.

Shoplifting: An officer was dispatched to a state Route 410 retail store for the report of a shoplifter in custody. The subject was seen selecting a jacket from the store and putting it on before walking to the register with other items for purchase. While at the register, the subject said he forgot his wallet and then exited the store without the items, but still wearing the jacket. He claimed he forgot he had put it on. He was issued a citation for theft, trespassed from the store and subsequently released at the scene.

Jan. 10

Vacant Home Burglarized: At approximately 3:30 p.m., an officer responded to the report of a break in at a vacant Island Drive East home. The theft occurred sometime between Jan. 5 and Jan. 10. No suspect information was available.

Vandalized Vehicle: A person called to report the window of his vehicle was smashed in while it was parked at a Bonney Lake automotive parts store. Nothing appeared to be stolen and there was no suspect information available.

Jan. 11

Juvenile Assault: Officers were dispatched to a report of domestic violence. A juvenile allegedly assaulted his father, in addition to breaking a window in the front door. The subject fled the scene prior to police arrival but an officer made contact with him outside the home. The confrontation began as an argument between the subject and his brother, because he asked to use his cologne but wasn’t given permission to do so. It escalated from there and he was ultimately charged with assault in the fourth degree and malicious mischief in the third degree.

Jan. 13

Strong Armed Robbery and Heroin: Police responded to a SR 410 retail store for the report of a shoplifter that got violent with asset protection employees, punching one in the head and biting another. During a search of her person, a bag of heroin was found. She was trespassed from the establishment and transported to Pierce County jail. Her charges include two counts of assault in the third degree, robbery in the first degree and unlawful possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.

Jan. 14

Fraud: Police responded to a Bonney Lake retail store on an anonymous tip that a subject wanted for numerous cases of fraud in the area was planning to be there. The subject was apprehended without incident and booked into Pierce County jail on theft and forgery charges.