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Enumclaw police reports Oct. 1-5
VERBAL ONLY: City police were notified Oct. 5 by King County authorities of a possible domestic violence situation in progress. A cell phone call included a lot of yelling, swearing and banging noises coming from a Davis Avenue address. Before city police arrived, county deputies determined it was an issue between a father and son and was verbal only.
HELP WANTED: An officer responded the evening of Oct. 5 to a Roosevelt Avenue address to assist a woman who was requesting transportation to St. Elizabeth Hospital. Aid arrived but the woman refused treatment. She called 911 twice more, seeking a ride to the hospital; it was pointed out aid had responded once but she refused assistance. She was attempting to find another way to get to the hospital.
TRESPASSING: A caller told police Oct. 4 someone was staying at a Lafromboise Street residence even though she had been told by the property owner no one should be there. Police determined the suspect was a previous tenant who was not supposed to be on the property. It was agreed the suspect would leave, taking only the items he had arrived with. Monetary issues between the suspect and property owner, it was noted, are a civil matter. It was noted that criminal trespass charges would be filed.
VEHICLE PROWL: Police were alerted at 3 a.m. Oct. 3 to an attempted vehicle prowl at a Warner Avenue address. An unknown subject was seen in a vehicle but was gone upon police arrival and could not be located. There was damage done to the vehicle.
UNWANTED PERSON: Police took a report Oct. 3 of an unwanted person at a Washington Avenue address. An officer respond and made contact with the parties involved. The unwanted person was again asked to leave and complied.
INTERFERENCE: An officer responded the evening of Oct. 3 to St. Elizabeth Hospital after hearing of a combative female on the premises. She was arrested and booked for interfering with a healthcare facility. While in custody, it was discovered she was listed as a "missing person" by the police department in Hemet, Calif.
ASSAULT: Police took a report the afternoon of Oct. 2 regarding two men involved in an altercation in a Roosevelt Avenue parking lot. An officer contacted a victim, who provided information about the suspect but did not want to file charges.
MISCHIEF: A Peterson Drive resident told police Oct. 1 that many corn stalks had been pulled from a nearby field and put on the caller's front lawn. It was the third such incident. An officer contacted the parent of a possible suspect.
NO INJURIES: Police responded the morning of Oct. 1 to the area of Griffin Avenue and Roosevelt Avenue where a car and a Metro bus had collided. There were no injuries.
DISTURBANCE: Police were asked Oct. 1 for help with an out-of-control patient who was striking caregivers at a Mountain View Drive address. Family members arrived and removed the person from the facility.