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Enumclaw Police Reports Nov. 26-30
NO WORRIES: Police received a call at 2 a.m. Nov. 30 regarding multiple vehicles and people at Kibler Elementary School. An officer responded and determined they were electricians finishing a job.
VEHICLE PROWL: A Highpoint Street resident reported a vehicle had been prowled sometime between 6 p.m. Nov. 29 and 6 a.m. Nov. 30. A door had been forced open but nothing was taken.
ARREST WARRANTS: A person attending Enumclaw Minicipal Court Nov. 30 was arrested on Black Diamond warrants for driving with a suspended license and possession of drug paraphernalia. The subject was booked and released.
WINDOW BROKEN: The window of a Griffin Avenue store was reported broken the morning of Nov. 29. The damage was estimated at $1,000.
AUTO THEFT: A Chinook Avenue resident reported Nov. 29 a 1995 Jeep Wrangler had been stolen the previous evening.
THREE-CAR CRASH: Police responded at 5:48 p.m. Nov. 29 to a three-car accident at the intersection of Cole Street and Monroe Avenue. Minor injuries were reported and traffic was blocked.
TAGGING: Buildings and vehicles were reportedly "tagged" with graffiti by vandals during the early-morning hours of Nov. 28. Painted were two properties and three trucks on Blake Street; two garage doors and a truck on Dickson Avenue; and multiple properties on Roosevelt Avenue.
ITEMS TAKEN: Speakers, sunglasses and a hat were reportedly stolen during a Nov. 28 prowl of a vehicle parked at a Pioneer Street address. There was no damage as the vehicle had been left unlocked.
INTOXICATED: Police were told the afternoon of Nov. 28 of a man wandering around a Monroe Avenue parking lot, disoriented and unsteady on his feet. When police arrived, they found the man driving a vehicle in the parking lot. He was taken into custody and booked for driving under the influence; his vehicle was impounded.
AUTO TAKEN, STRIPPED: Police were told Nov. 27 that a 1990 Honda Accord was stolen from a Leo Place address. The vehicle was found the following day in Burien; the interior had been stripped and the tires were missing. The registered owner was notified.
NOT WANTED: A female was found rummaging through donation bins outside a Griffin Avenue establishment on Nov. 27. Employees had previously asked her to keep away. An officer responded, made contact with the suspect and advised her to stay away from the bins.
NO-CONTACT VIOLATION: Officers responded Nov. 26 to a Warner Avenue address after hearing that a no-contact order had been violated. One suspect was arrested on the charge.