Intoxicated and disorderly suspect subdued by possibility of Taser | BONNEY LAKE POLICE BLOTTER
September 22, 2010 · Updated 5:00 PM
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Police late in the evening of Sept. 7 were dispatched to the 19400 block of 68th Street Court East for a report of a disorderly male subject who was intoxicated and yelling about "biting someone or going to fight someone." Upon contact, police determined the man to be intoxicated and was rambling about his sister getting ripped off and wanting to go to a mental institution. Officers suggested he go in and go to sleep and the man began to yell louder, including profanities. He then took off his coat and raised his fists toward the police. The officer withdrew his Taser and ordered the suspect to the ground. He complied immediately and was secured in handcuffs. He was transported to Buckley Jail and booked on charges of disorderly conduct.
SHOPLIFTING: Police on Sept. 9 were dispatched to the Walmart for a report of two juvenile shoplifters in custody. Store security watched two female teens conceal makeup on their person and attempt to leave the store without paying. The teens were released to their parents and the case was forwarded to Remann Hall for charges.
VANDALISM: Police on Sept. 9 were dispatched to the 18800 block of Mountain View Drive for a malicious mischief call. The resident reported damage to the inside of the residence that had taken place while they were out of town, including a hole in the bedroom door and broken glass. The resident provided suspect information and police are investigating.
THEFT OF MEDICATIONS: Officers on Sept. 10 were dispatched to the 21300 block of state Route 410 for a report of theft of medications. The reporting party had dropped off a prescription for pain killers earlier in the day and when he returned he was told it had already been picked up. Police are investigating.
THEFT: Police on Sept. 12 were dispatched to the 8500 block of Main Street for a report of multiple vehicle prowls. Items were taken from from four vehicles, three of which are believed to have been left unlocked. Among the items taken were iPods, a radar detector and three bottles of prescription pills, which were mostly empty. POlice are investigating.
THEFT: Officers on Sept. 12 were dispatched to the Fred Meyer for a suspicious persons call. The reporting party said the juveniles were acting suspicious at Safeway and then he observed them go into Fred Meyer as well. The witness identified the car the juveniles arrived in and the juveniles as they exited the store. When the officer motioned for the teens to come toward them, one knelt down and appeared to the officer to be hiding something under a car. Under the car, police located three packs of undershirts and a bottle of cologne. A second teen with a pair of jeans and four pair of socks stuffed in his pants. The total value of the merchandise stolen by the two teens was $751.92. Both were transported to Remann Hall and booked on theft charges.
THEFT: Police on Sept. 13 were dispatched to the 17800 block of 70th Street East for a report of a theft of copper wire from a Puget Sound Energy substation. There was a hole in the fence surrounding the station. Approximately 15 to 20 ground wires were cut and an estimated 50 feet of copper wire was taken. The suspect appeared to have some knowledge of the wiring as the regulator wire was not cut. According to the report, if cut the regulator wire would instantly kill the person cutting it. Police are investigating.