AUG. 29, 2012
- Police responded to a car prowler on 208th Ave. E. The resident was awoken by a loud crash and looked out her bedroom window to see a man breaking into her car. She yelled at him to leave but he kept rummaging through her car until the woman’s husband woke up and chased him away. The man stole a car charger and change container from the car, but police recovered the items nearby. The man was not found.
AUG. 30, 2012
- A woman was cited with theft for attempting to steal clothes from Walmart.
AUG. 31, 2012
- Police responded to a malicious mischief call at a residence on 67th St. Ct. E. A woman reported that her boyfriend smashed her car window and left on foot. She said they were arguing because she wanted him to watch their children and he smashed her window and left. Police were unable to locate him but charges of malicious mischief were filed.
- A resident on 218th Ave. E. reported that someone had entered his home and stole his backpack, which had his medicinal marijuana card and rent money inside. The resident had a warrant out for his arrest for unlawful possession of marijuana. Police took his report then arrested him for his warrant and transported him to jail.
SEPT. 1, 2012
- During the holiday weekend, someone entered a home on 194th Ave. E. and moved things around. The resident reported that nothing appeared to be missing but several items had been removed from the living room to a storage area under the house, apparently to be retrieved later. Items included a TV, box of movies and a laptop computer.
SEPT. 2, 2012
- Police responded to an attempted suicide at a home on 217th Ct. E. A 21-year-old woman was intoxicated and cut herself. She was transported to a hospital for evaluation.
SEPT. 4, 2012
- A resident reported that someone stole scrap metal and an aluminum truck wheel off his property on 198th Ave. E.
- A woman was arrested for shoplifting a bottle of vodka from Safeway. She was caught on security camera and left the store. Bonney Lake police caught up with her vehicle and arrested her for theft.