Warned not to drive | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers were driving on 182nd Ave E when they observed a car pull in front of them. Officers recognized the driver, who was issued a citation for driving with a suspended license last month. Officers pulled over the car and the driver confirmed his license was still suspended.

WARNED NOT TO DRIVE: Officers were driving on 182nd Ave E when they observed a car pull in front of them. Officers recognized the driver, who was issued a citation for driving with a suspended license last month. Officers pulled over the car and the driver confirmed his license was still suspended. Officers arrested the man for a Bonney Lake warrant. A female passenger was cited for not wearing her seatbelt. The car was impounded.

NO INTERLOCK: On Sept. 28 officers checked the record of a vehicle, which came back shoeing the car was sold in February, but the title still hadn’t been transferred. Officers activated their emergency lights to pull over the vehicle, but the car kept driving for a while longer, eventually parking in a parking lot. Before officers could exit their car, the driver left his and started yelling at officers before getting back into his car. Due to the man’s erratic behavior, officers handcuffed the man while dispatch advised he was wanted for three warrants, and officers cited him for operating a vehicle without an interlock device.The car was towed and the driver transported to Puyallup police.

 

 




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