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Update: Bonney Lake Police Make Arrests in Large Party Altercation Plus Separate Vehicle Pursuit

Four people - two adults and two juveniles - were arrested after they reportedly crashed a party and an altercation involving baseball bats ensued.

Update: 12:55 p.m.

Four people were arrested after Bonney Lake Police responded to a home on the 10400 block of Angeline Road shortly after 11 p.m. Friday following a report of a large party that had gone out of control.

At one point, the party grew to more than 100 people and included attendees ranging in ages from 17 to 24, said Bonney Lake Police Officer Daron Wolschleger. 

When several people who were not invited were asked to leave, they reportedly retreated to their vehicles and then returned to the scene of the party with baseball bats and began to attack several vehicles that belonged to other party goers, Wolschleger said.

A physical altercation then ensued and a few people were struck with the bats, but only minor injuries were reported.

The suspects with the bats tried to flee in their vehicle and subsequently struck another vehicle. They were apprehended shortly after.

The four - two adults and two juveniles - face a number of charges including second-degree assault, malicious mischief, minor in possession, disorderly conduct, and the driver also faces charges of driving with a suspended license and hit-and-run.

The adults were booked into Pierce County and Fife jails; the juveniles were processed and released to family.

In a separate incident that kept police busy overnight, a suspicious vehicle, possibly involved in prowling other vehicles in the Willowbrook development just off Angeline Road, got officers' attention shortly after 1 a.m.

The driver fled as police approached and a short pursuit followed before the vehicle crashed and the driver fled on foot. A K9 unit was able to locate the driver, who was then arrested.

The vehicle involved was later found to have been stolen.

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Original Post:

Two major incidents kept things busy for Bonney Lake Police Friday night.

According to the department's Twitter feed, officers responded to a large underaged party shortly after 11 p.m. at a property on the 10400 block of Angeline Road where alcohol was present; The party got out of control and some party goers reportedly damaged several vehicles with baseball bats. Additionally:

Several persons treated for minor injuries sustained from being assaulted by the baseball bats. Several persons arrested for assault/MIP.

Two hours later shortly after 1 a.m., a suspicious vehicle, possibly involved in prowling other vehicles in the Willowbrook development just off Angeline Road, got officers' attention as well. The driver fled as police approached and a short pursuit followed before the vehicle crashed and the driver fled on foot. A K9 unit was able to locate the driver, who was then arrested.

The vehicle involved was later found to have been stolen.

ashley Elliott's February 09, 2013 at 11:09 PM
Woww glad I don't kick it there anymore

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