Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Puyallup, Washington. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

1 hour ago
Great story this week by @CJIngalls @KING5Seattle regarding our attempts to keep guns out of the wrong hands. Kudos to Capt Portmann for taking the initiative. Police use new law to target prohibited gun buyers https://t.co/JUlWjdQD04 via @KING5Seattle

21 hours ago
The City of Puyallup Recreation Center will be closing at 5 p.m. due to snowfall that is expected to arrive shortly. Saturday operations are weather dependent. Check Parks and Rec FB tomorrow for more info. https://t.co/lmYObaFRBs

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23 hours ago
Puyallup Police Blotter Feb 20-23

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1 day ago
It’s a balmy 21 degrees in Puyallup this morning. You will likely find some ice on your windshield as you head out for the day. We would like to remind you that car thieves love a warm vehicle. Please do not leave a running vehicle unattended! https://t.co/ZwtaAvVezn

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2 days ago
The roadways this morning are slick. Slow down, give yourself some extra room, lights on, and be cautious. Side streets in particular are very treacherous. Kudos to our Public Works Crews for being out there maintaining the streets! https://t.co/h7zjFmECB5

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4 days ago
Puyallup Police Department Blotter Feb… – Puyallup Police Department | Facebook https://t.co/qWVR66jXDH

Puyallup Police Department

For over 100 years the Puyallup Police Department has been committed to providing excellent customer service, proactive problem solving, crime prevention and leadership in local civic events to our community.

OUR MISSION
To work in partnership with the community to support a safe environment and to reduce crime and the fear of crime.

OUR VISION
To be recognized as a premier police department through the utilization of innovative and progressive policing strategies resulting in a safe community.

OUR VALUES
Safety – Paramount to our success.
Ethics – Doing what is right.
Respect – Earned through courteous service to the community.
Vigilance – Ever alert.
Integrity – Our highest standard of conduct at all times.
Compassion – Given to those we serve.
Excellence – The standard to achieve in our service.

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Puyallup Police Department1 hour ago

Great story by Chris Ingalls at King 5 this week on our attempts as well as other agency attempts to keep guns out of the wrong hands. Kudos to Capt. Portmann for taking the initiative in our Criminal Investigations Division to make it happen.

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Puyallup Police Department21 hours ago

The City of Puyallup Recreation Center will be closing at 5 p.m. due to snowfall that is expected to arrive shortly. Saturday operations are weather dependent. Check the Parks and Rec Facebook tomorrow for more information.

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Puyallup Police Department23 hours ago

Puyallup Police Blotter Feb 20-23

Motor Vehicle Theft and Recovery
2900 Block of S Meridian
Sometime last night the victim had his vehicle, a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo, stolen. It was later recovered in county and released to the victim.

Theft
4300 Block of S Meridian
Victim set his wallet down on the counter and it was stolen. There is no suspect information.

Theft
900 Block of 12th Ave SE
The victim contacted a computer service, on Craigslist, to fix his laptop. The victim ended up giving his computer to the service plus five hundred dollars. The victim has not heard back nor gotten his laptop returned. Report to SIU.

Assault
4113 S Meridian
Yesterday a Hispanic male assaulted the victim (unprovoked) at Wendy’s. The victim has no idea why the male punched her. There is no suspect information. Report to MCU.

Vehicle Prowl
3500 S Meridian/Regal Cinemas
The victim’s 1997 Chevrolet Suburban was broken into sometime between 12:00 and 9:15p.m. It appears the unknown suspect(s) entered through the driver’s door but no damage was observed. The victim’s WA DL and a Money Network card were stolen. No video, witnesses, or other evidence obtained.

Malicious Mischief
900 Block of 8th AV NW
The victim reported their 2000 Toyota 4Runner was vandalized. An unknown suspect(s) “spray painted” the rear of the victim’s vehicle sometime overnight between 02/19 and 02/20.

Theft
3510 S Meridian/Applebee’s
Two suspects (white male and black male) consumed 80.76 dollars of food/drink and then left a 100.00-dollar bill, which had “intended for motion pictures only” printed on the bill. They left before contact could be made. A photograph was taken of their vehicle (gray Jeep Cherokee).

Assault 4/Domestic Violence
1700 Block of Tacoma RD
A (61-year-old male) punched his daughter, a (41-year-old female), in the face during an argument. She did not wish to “press charges”. He was booked.

Field Interview Report
800 7th AV SW
A (49-year-old male) was stopped while driving a black 1982 Chevrolet S10 truck, which was full of lumber. He claimed to have gotten the lumber from a job site after receiving permission. A suspicious activity report was taken in the event the owner called to report the lumber stolen.

No Contact Order Violation
2200 Block of 24th Ave SE
A 25-Year-Old Male contacted his ex-girlfriend, 26-Year-Old female, on Facebook Messenger in violation of the order. He was not located. Citation to be mailed by the court.

Theft
900 Block of 12th Ave SE
Victim had his Oxycodone pills stolen from his room. The victim believes it was an employee. Management brought in all the staff and the victim but could not identify the suspect. Report to SIU.

Motor Vehicle Theft Report (Attempted)
400 Block of Valley Ave NW
Over the weekend someone attempted to steal two company trucks, A GMC and an Isuzu. There was evidence at the scene that was booked for processing. Report to SIU.

Disorderly
300 Block of S Meridian
A 64-year-old male was seen urinating on the building and issued a criminal citation. He was also issued a Trespass Notification.

Possession of a Dangerous Weapon
310 31st AV SE/Walmart
A 25-year-old male was reported as a possible shoplifter. Upon contact he was found with “brass knuckles” on his person.

Malicious Mischief
300 Block of 2nd St NE
A mid-forties white male entered McDonalds and then became angry throwing a chair through a window. He fled on foot and was not located. Employees stated that the male appeared to be a transient.

Theft, Possession of Stolen Property
600 Block of S Meridian
A 23-year-old male was called in as a suspicious person at Safeway. He was the suspect in a theft of a wallet. An officer interviewed him and obtained a confession. Evidence was also located. He was booked.

urglary
500 Block of N Levee Rd
Sometime over the past week, someone entered several shipping containers and stole machining fixtures. A detective located a Puyallup stolen that had the stolen fixtures in it. He is working the case. Report to SIU.

Theft
3000 Block of 10th Ave NW
An early thirties white male was seen exiting a white truck and stealing a package from the victim’s porch.

Indecent Exposure (Felony)
100 Block of 4th Ave SE
A 43-year old male went up on the victim’s porch and proceeded to fondle himself (actual act was edited out to achieve a PG 13 rating for the Blotter) in front of her. The male has several prior arrests related to massaging himself in front of others.

Death Investigation
300 Block of 16th ST NW
An 84-year-old male passed away while sitting at his desk in his home. He suffered from multiple cardiac related issues. Nothing suspicious was observed. All medication was seized and counted.

Theft/Driving While License Suspended/Drug Paraphernalia
621 River RD/Tractor Supply CO.
A 55-year-old male was observed loading a bag of animal bedding (wood shavings) into the bed of his pickup truck from the closed business. He drove away from the location and was stopped. He was found to be DWLS and arrested. He admitted to stealing the item from the Tractor Supply CO post Miranda. He also admitted to being a “crack” cocaine user and was found in possession of a “crack” pipe. He was booked and the item was returned to the business.

Theft
3310 S Meridian ST/Target
Between 01/31 and 02/20, a Target employee, 19-year-old female, was confronted about stealing money from the till. She admitted, post Miranda, to taking money from her register several times. She said she took between 100.00 and 200.00 dollars each time. Video surveillance, transaction records, and store report were not ready at the time of the call. The suspect was released. Follow up was conducted and evidence was obtained. The video evidence was watched and PC was established for Theft 2nd Degree based on the provable dollar amount. Case forwarded for review. Good follow up and case preparation!

False Name/Vehicle Theft Tools/Warrants
418 Valley AV NW/Insulation Northwest
An officer patrolling the area noticed an occupied van. The occupants were contacted and the male provided his brother’s name. The male’s true identity was confirmed through the use of an Anti-Liar Liar Pants on Fire device (mobile fingerprint scanner). He was found to be in possession of Vehicle Theft Tools. He was also found to have three confirmed warrants. He was in the company of a 31-year-old female. Neither provided a good reason to be in this parking lot. Vehicles in the parking lot were checked to see if they had been prowled. There was no evidence any vehicles being prowled. The male was booked. Nice proactive arrest by the officer!

Puyallup Police Department

Puyallup Police Department1 day ago

It’s a balmy 21 degrees in Puyallup this morning. You will likely find some ice on your windshield as you head out for the day. We would like to remind you that car thieves love a warm vehicle. Please do not leave a running vehicle unattended!

Puyallup Police Department

Puyallup Police Department2 days ago

Huge shout out to our Public Works crews for their outstanding job today clearing our roads!! Public Works prioritize their efforts to ensure that our main roads and thoroughfares are cleared first. If you want to know they prioritize their efforts the attached map contains the details.

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Puyallup Police Department2 days ago

The roadways this morning are slick. Slow down, give yourself some extra room, lights on, and be cautious. Side streets in particular are very treacherous. Kudos to our Public Works Crews for being out there maintaining the streets!

Puyallup Police Department