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ENUMCLAW POLICE BLOTTER
TIRES TAKEN: An officer responded the morning of Oct. 28 after hearing that tires had been taken from four vehicles at a Roosevelt Avenue address.
AGENCY ASSIST: Enumclaw police cooperated Oct. 28 with the Washington State Patrol on a case involving an assault that occurred on state Route 164 at 400th Street Southeast. The victim was at Enumclaw Regional Hospital. Police assisted but the case belonged to the WSP.
BEER HEIST: Police were told Oct. 28 of a shoplifting case at a Roosevelt Avenue business. Someone made off with a case of Coors Light but could not be located.
MOVE ALONG: Staff at a Monroe Street grocery store complained to police Oct. 27 of solicitors at their front door who were generating complaints from customers. One was selling mushrooms and the other was panhandling for money. Officers contacted the pair, who agreed to move on.
SHOTS HEARD?: A citizen reported hearing what sounded like gunshots at about 5:25 a.m. Oct. 27 in the vicinity of Jensen Street. Police checked the area and contacted security at Enumclaw Regional Hospital, but found nothing.
THREATS MADE: A citizen arrived in the police station lobby the evening of Oct. 27, reporting threats had been made. Police contacted all involved and advised them against contacting one another. The parties agreed and the matter was settled.
PHONE TAKEN: Police were told the morning of Oct. 25 of a cell phone stolen from the Enumclaw Middle School gymnasium. It was a green Samsung model, but no serial number could be provided.
SUSPICIOUS: Officers were called Oct. 25 to a Roosevelt Avenue address regarding possible drug activity in one of the rooms. Excessive foot and vehicle traffic was reported. An officer contacted an occupant who agreed to leave.
DUI CRASH: A two-car accident the afternoon of Oct. 25 at Griffin Avenue and Porter Street resulted in one motorist charged with driving under the influence.
VEHICLE PROWL: A Garfield Street resident reported at 3:23 a.m. Oct. 22 a vehicle had been prowled during the previous five hours. The passenger door had been left unlocked. Taken were a badge and the vehicle registration. There were no suspects.
FAMILY MATTER: A Natalie Place resident called police the afternoon of Oct. 24, asking for assistance with getting her son to leave the residence. The son does not live at the home. Police determined there were multiple issues of disagreement.
OUTSTANDING WARRANTS: Police were told Oct. 24 that a man emerged from a tent pitched in the carport of a vacant building and chased people. The incident occurred at Cole Street and Battersby Avenue. Officers responded and contacted a man who was found to have two outstanding arrest warrants, one issued by Everett, Wash., police and one from Longview, Wash.
TOO LOUD: Multiple complaints were received during the early-morning hours of Oct. 23 regarding loud music coming from a Lowell Street home. Officers contacted the resident who agreed to turn it off.
BUCKLEY ASSIST: Enumclaw police responded at 9:24 p.m. Oct. 22 to assist Buckley police with a fight in progress. One person was arrested and aid was summoned for another.
TRAFFIC CONTROL: Officers were asked to respond at 6:12 p.m. Oct. 22 to help with traffic control following a traffic accident at state Route 410 and 252nd Avenue Southeast.