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Enumclaw police reports Sept. 16-20
TWO ARRESTED: A Rainier Avenue resident called police Sept. 20, asking that three subject be removed from his residence. Police made contact with the trio and one was arrested both on local charges and a felony warrant issued by the Department of Corrections; a second subject was arrested on an Auburn warrant and taken to the Enumclaw jail; the third suspect, a female, was released at the scene.
JUVENILE THREATS: An officer responded Se;pt. 20 to a Laukala Avenue address following a report of a juvenile make threatening other children with a baseball bat. Two juveniles were arrested on a felony charge for the threats.
MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: An officer responded shortly before 7 p.m. Sept. 20 to a report of a male subject spray painting a building in the vicinity of Cole Street and Marshall Avenue. He was arrested and booked for malicious mischief. He also was found to be the subject of an arrest warrant issued by the Seattle Police Department.
APARTMENTS EGGED: Extra police patrol was requested Sept. 19 for apartments on Watson Street after they had been "egged."
THEFT FROM VEHICLE: A Garfield Street resident reported Sept. 19 a global positioning unit had been stolen from a vehicle.
ROAD RAGE: Police responded Sept. 19 to a road rage incident in the vicinity of 244th Avenue Southeast and Griffin Avenue. Two vehicles were pulled to the side of the road and the occupants were out of their cars yelling at each other. An officer arrived, admonished everyone for their actions and settled the incident.
CAN'T LIVE HERE: Police learned Sept. 19 someone might have been living at Mahler Park, as a tent, clothing and other belonging were found hidden off a path. It appeared no one had been there for some time and city crews were called to remove the property.
NO SOLICITING: A Roosevelt Avenue resident called police Sept. 19, reporting a man came to her door, gave the name of a company and proceeded to yell at her. The subject was located and warned about soliciting without a city license.
STOLEN VEHICLE: After making a Sept. 19 traffic stop, an officer determined the vehicle had been reported stolen. The driver was arrested for auto theft and driving without a license.
ASSAULT: An officer was contacted Sept. 19 regarding an assault that took place at a Warner Avenue address. Contact was made with the victim, who refused medical aid but was headed to the hospital in a personal vehicle. The suspects were not immediately located.
HELP GETTING HOME: Police were told at 4:25 a.m. Sept. 18 of a man laying on a sidewalk in the vicinity of Marshal Avenue and Porter Street. It was discovered he had been drinking and the man was given a ride home.
NOISE COMPLAINT: A complaint of excessive noise coming from the Enumclaw Expo Center was lodged at 11 a.m. Sept. 18. A loudspeaker used at the football field was to be turned down, as was music coming from an Expo Center building.
THREE CHARGES: An officer was advised Sept.17 of a disturbance at a Semanski Street location. A suspect was arrested and booked for fourth-degree assault/domestic violence, possession of drug paraphernalia and malicious mischief.
TRESPASSING: Officers were alerted Sept. 17 to juveniles entering a vacant home on Wells Street. The suspects were arrested, transported to the police station and then released to parents.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A city resident told police Sept. 17 her neighbor had come to her house asking for help due to an irate husband. Officers arrived and summoned medical aid for the victim before arresting a suspect for assault/domestic violence.
STOLEN BRIEFCASE: A leather briefcase was found the morning of Sept. 16 on a rural road. From the contents, police were able to identify the owner. It was quickly discovered the briefcase had been taken during a vehicle prowl that included damage to a car door.
VEHICLE PROWL: Items were taken from a vehicle parked in the vicinity of Railroad Street and Stevenson Avenue. Police took the report at 10:38 p.m. Sept. 16.