SEPT. 16, 2012
At approximately 5:17 pm an officer pulled into the back lot of the Sumner Police Department and saw a female. As the officer parked his car, she approached him on foot. The officer got out of his vehicle and asked how he could help her. The woman got really close to the officer and started screaming at him and said “if you don’t arrest (name), I’m going to kick your ass!” The officer told the female to calm down and that he didn’t know what she was talking about. She continued to shout and took an aggressive stance. The officer told her again that she needed to calm down or she would be arrested for disorderly conduct. She continued to scream and told the officer to “f*** off” and again that she was going to “kick the officer’s ass for not arresting (name). The woman was then placed into handcuffs and she continued to struggle shouting threats and profanities at the officers. She was totally out of control verbally and was arrested for disorderly conduct and booked into Buckley Jail on the above listed charge.
SEPT. 17, 2012
At approximately 8:50 p.m. officers responded to a report of a theft. Dispatch advised that a man’s bike was stolen by a stranger and he confronted him and is with him at this time. Dispatch also advised that the suspect is intoxicated and complaining about spilling his whiskey. Upon the officer’s arrival, he found a broken liquor bottle and a bike lying in the street. The suspect was instructed to sit on the curb. After a short time the suspect began to come off of the curb toward the officer and he was placed into handcuffs. He continued to scream, swear and struggle with the officer so much that a few residents came out of their houses to investigate the commotion. The suspect was placed into the police car and officers contacted the victim of the stolen bike. The victim advised that he parked his bike at a retail establishment, he ran inside just for a moment and when he came back out he saw the suspect riding off on his bike. The victim chased the suspect until he lost sight of him. The victim was walking home when he saw the suspect again. The victim advised that he reached out and pulled the suspect off of his bike. At some point the suspect started slamming his head against the divider in the patrol car. He was then taken into the jail and booked for disorderly conduct and for theft of the bike.
SEPT. 19, 2012
At approximately 10:51 a.m. an officer was dispatched to a local business for a report of an employee theft. The officer arrived and spoke to the business owner, who advised his employee was possibly stealing furniture from his business. The owner advised that the suspect was bragging to somebody else that he had been stealing merchandise. The manager reviewed the surveillance video and the suspect was observed loading numerous items into the back of a U-Haul box van three days earlier and that there was no documentation supporting the merchandise pick-up. The owner also advised that the same employee was involved in another undocumented transaction and that was also caught on video surveillance this afternoon. The owner of the company called the suspect on the intercom and requested he respond to the office. As the employee approached and saw the officer, he quickly disappeared and was found moments later getting into his vehicle. He was then told to go to the office. The employee denied stealing merchandise from the store, but agreed to pay the business $2,000, the approximate value of the stuff that was missing. The suspect was then fired, trespassed from the business and was told not to return. No charges are expected to be filed in this case.