Enumclaw police reports Feb. 4-7

THEFT: Police responded Feb. 7 to a Stevenson Avenue address and a report that a safe had been stolen. It reportedly contained jewelry and medications. There were no immediate suspects.

SUSPECT TO KEEP AWAY: A King County fire investigator asked that city police serve a no-trespass letter to a suspect in an arson/burglary investigation. The letter was delivered, requiring the subject to stay away from the office area of a local business and not contact its employees.

GET OUT OF THE STREET: Police were told Feb. 7 of a group of people blocking traffic on Cole Street while taking pictures. An officer responded and determined it was a group taking publicity photos. The agreed to stay out of the street and stop blocking traffic.

FACEBOOK HARASSMENT: A man contacted police Feb. 7, reporting harassment by his estranged wife in the form of Facebook postings. An officer advised him to delete the account and notify the judge handling the divorce proceedings.

THREATS MADE: Police were told Feb. 7 an employee who had been terminated from a Roosevelt Avenue business was making threats. An officer contacted the suspect by phone and advised that the behavior stop. Police were asked to provide extra patrol through the night.

MINOR IN POSSESSION: Police were told of two males prowling around a Myrtine Street neighborhood at 2:44 a.m. Feb. 6. One juvenile was arrested and booked for being a minor in possession of alcohol then released to a parent.

NOISE COMPLAINT: An officer responded at 12:47 a.m. Feb. 6 to a Roosevelt Avenue address following a complaint of loud music coming from a business. An officer responded and the staff agreed to close for the night.

STUDENT TROUBLE: The dean of students at Enumclaw Middle School advised police Feb. 4 that a student had broken a window and was throwing rocks at staff. An officer responded and took the student into custody on two counts of malicious mischief.

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