Enumclaw police reports Oct. 8-12
By KEVIN HANSON
Enumclaw Courier Herald Senior Writer, Editor
October 13, 2011 · 12:28 PM
NOT IMPAIRED: Police were alerted shortly after midnight Oct. 12 to a possibly-intoxicated driver who was erratic with lane travel, alternative speeds and running stop signs. An officer stopped the driver, who had not been drinking but stated concern about being followed by another motorist.
BUS ACCIDENT: Police responded the morning of Oct. 12 to a collision involving a school bus and a private vehicle. Only one student was on board and no injuries were reported.
WARRANT ARREST: Enumclaw police arrested a subject Oct. 12 who was wanted on an Auburn warrant for failure to appear on a theft charge. The suspect was transported and handed off to Auburn police.
STOLEN, RECOVERED: An officer responded to the local U-Haul office Oct. 11 to take a report of a recovered vehicle. A truck that had been stolen in Renton was dropped off in Enumclaw, undamaged, with the keys in the vehicle.
INJURY ACCIDENT: Police responded at approximately 5 p.m. Oct. 11 to a two-car, injury accident at 244th Avenue Southeast and Roosevelt Avenue. One of the drivers was arrested and booked for driving under the influence.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A man called police Oct. 11, reporting there had been a domestic situation with his wife and he had been locked out of their residence. Police investigated and took the man into custody for fourth-degree assault.BURGLARY: A report filed the morning of Oct. 10 showed someone cut through fencing and stole mowers from a Roosevelt Avenue location.
AUTO THEFT: A black Honda automobile was reported stolen at 5:20 p.m. Oct. 10 from the area of Pete's Pool, where it had been parked all day. The person driving the car was not the registered owner, but was in the process of buying the vehicle. The report was on hold, pending action by the registered owner.
INVOLUNTARY COMMIT: Police were informed Oct. 9 by St. Elizabeth Hospital staff of a patient who walked away from the hospital, stating he was going to walk into traffic and kill himself. Contact was made with the subject, who was transported to Auburn Regional Hospital for an involuntary commitment.
SUICIDE PREVENTION: Enumclaw police were asked Oct. 9 to help Buckley police with a possibly-suicidal subject.
JUMPER HURT: Police responded at 10:24 p.m. to a Pioneer Street address after hearing of a subject who jumped from a second-story window. Medical aid personnel responded as well, and the subject was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital.
DRUG CHARGES: An officer observed a known subject trespassing Oct. 9 at a Monroe Avenue location. The subject was taken into custody for trespassing, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
DOMESTIC SITUATION: King County authorities told police Oct. 9 of a female caller reporting a domestic situation at a Washington Avenue address. The line went dead before more information could be obtained. An Enumclaw dispatcher made contact and the woman refused a response by an officer.
AGENCY ASSIST: City police were called shortly before 7 a.m. Oct. 8 to assist county deputies and local paramedics with a subject who was first unconsciounce, then found walking and weaving along 464th Street Southeast. The subject was left in the care of King County authorities.
THREE CHARGES: A traffic stop the evening of Oct. 8 resulted in a man charged with driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and assaulting an officer. He was taken into custody and his vehicle was impounded. The stop was on Roosevelt Avenue.
Contact Enumclaw Courier Herald Senior Writer, Editor Kevin Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-802-8205.