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The King County SWAT team ran training hostage/hostile situations inside the empty Del's Farm Supply building in Enumclaw on Oct. 1. The team also trained with surveillance equipment like remote-controlled cameras and practiced breaching buildings with explosives.
Community Events, October 2015
The Metropolitan King County Council unanimously approved $200,000 in funding for identification of untested rape kits. The funds are to be spent on sexual assault experts in the King County Sheriff’s Office to identify the exact number of untested rape kits remaining in King County, prioritize those cases for testing and submit them to the Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory for processing.
A blood drive is planned for Oct. 5 in Enumclaw. Representatives from Bloodworks Northwest will set up in the parish hall of Sacred Heart Church, 1614 Farrelly St. Staff will see donors from 1 to 7 p.m., with a break from 3 to 3:45.
The Mens’ Prostate Cancer Support Group of Enumclaw is expanding its scope to include cancers of other organs. The group recently was approached by a man with interest in both color cancer and prostate cancer, as both are in his family history.
Police conducted a traffic stop at 2:03 a.m. Sept 21, eventually arresting the vehicle’s occupants for possession of controlled substances and possession of drug paraphernalia.