Enumclaw police reports Oct. 29-Nov. 3

SLASHED TIRES: Police took a report the morning of Nov. 3 regarding two vehicles with slashed tires on Christianson Avenue. Information regarding a possible suspect was provided.

ASSISTANCE ASKED: A citizen asked for extra police patrol during the morning drop-off times at Sunrise Elementary, explaining she was being harassed by another parent due to a road rage incident that occurred days before.

DISTURBANCE: Police responded shortly before midnight Nov. 2 to the vicinity of Railroad Street and Griffin Avenue after hearing of a man standing in the street and yelling. Police had dealt with the man earlier in the evening. He left the scene after being told to go home.

VEHICLE PROWL: A Green River Court resident notified police of an unknown subject inside the caller's car at approximately 6:30 a.m. Oct. 2. The suspect was taken into custody and booked on multiple vehicle prowl charges, plus an arrest warrant.

WARRANT ARREST: An Enumclaw officer traveled to the Buckley jail Oct. 2 to retrieve a subject with four arrest warrants issued by Enumclaw Municipal Court.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: A Schmid Street resident called police Oct. 2, claiming her ex-boyfriend had damaged her vehicle. An officer advised her about obtaining a no-contact order and she agreed to call police if the man returned.

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE: Local police received a request Oct. 1 from Issaquah Police Department officers, who were looking for the suspect thought to be armed with a loaded revolver. The request was cancelled after the man was found in Issaquah.

SCHOOL MISCHIEF: Malicious mischief done to windows at Enumclaw Middle School was reported at 2 p.m. Oct. 1. The suspect was known but no longer at the scene.

PROWL: A Bathke Avenue resident reported waking up at approximately 1:30 a.m. Oct. 31 and seeing two men prowling a park ranger vehicle. They fled before gaining entry.

ROOM DAMAGED: Staff at a Roosevelt Avenue hotel called police Oct. 31, reporting the door to a room had been kicked in and subjects renting the room had refused to pay for the damage. A female who rented the room claimed someone had broken into the room and stolen her wallet. The manager was still seeking compensation for the damage.

FIGHT: A patrolling officer spotted two women fighting at 2:50 a.m Oct. 31 at a Roosevelt Avenue address. No one wanted to file charges and the women were separated by two men on the scene.

VEHICLE PROWL: A vehicle parked at Sunrise Elementary School had its rear window smashed Oct. 31. A purse was stolen.

THREE CHARGES: Police arrested a man Oct. 30 for criminal trespass and possession of both marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

TIRES DAMAGED: Police were told damaged had been done to three tires on a vehicle parked at a Rosoevelt Avenue address during the early-morning hours of Oct. 30. The damage was estimated at $150.

DRUG OFFENSE: A traffic stop at 3:04 a.m. Oct. 29 resulted in the male driver arrested for possession of marijuana. The vehicle was released to a licensed driver.

MINOR TROUBLE: Police responded at 11:30 p.m. Oct. 29 to the corner of Griffin Avenue and Fell Street where three males were in a verbal dispute. One was taken into custody on a juvenile court warrant and the other two were booked for being minors in possession of alcohol.

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