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Enumclaw police reports Oct. 28-Nov. 1
VEHICLE PROWL: Police took a report the morning of Nov. 1 regarding a vehicle prowl that occurred overnight. Reported missing was an FM transmitter for an iPod. The incident occurred at a Lafromboise Street address.
ANIMAL COMPLAINT: Police were told Nov. 1 that a dog escaped through a fence and attacked a smaller dog while it was being walked on Garfield Street. Police contacted the homeowner, who agreed to secure both the dog and the gate. There were no animal injuries.
OUT OF CONTROL: Police were called Nov. 1 to a Lafromboise Street address and a report of an out-of-control 12-year-old boy. Officers made contact with the boy and both parents, who agreed to handle the behavioral issues.
WELFARE CHECK: A woman called police Nov. 1, asking that they check on the welfare of her father. Officers made contact and sought additional help from paramedics who transported the man to St. Elizabeth Hospital.
SUSPICIOUS MALE: Police took an anonymous report Oct. 31 of a man who reportedly parked and watched children playing. It was reported he usually departed when he believed someone had noticed him. Extra patrol was requested.
GIRLS CHASED: Three teenage girls were chased the night of Oct. 31 by a large person dressed in black, wearing a white mask. A Florence Street resident took the girls in and called police.
AMBER ALERT: Enumclaw police, along with agencies throughout the region, received an Amber Alert Oct. 31 stemming from the abduction of a 9-month-old girl from University Place. The alert was called off a few hours later with the notation that the child was safe and a subject was in custody.
FORGERY UNSUCCESSFUL: Police were told a man entered a city bank the morning of Oct. 30, attempting to pass a stolen check. The transaction was not successful. The victim of the stolen check was notified.
ARREST WARRANT: A traffic stop at 5:12 a.m. Oct. 29 turned up a motorist who was wanted on a Department of Corrections warrant for escaping from community custody. The driver was taken to the police station for booking and his car was turned over to a passenger.
CARRYING A GUN: Police responded Oct. 29 to a Southeast 448th Street location after hearing of someone carrying guns. Police found a man who had been hunting; his vehicle wouldn't run and he was walking home. Police gave him a ride.
NOISE COMPLAINT: A citizen complained at 10:16 p.m. Oct. 29 of excessive noise coming from the Enumclaw Expo Center. Police responded and found doors closed, as required.
DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Police responded at 1:14 a.m. Oct. 28 to a Cole Street residence after hearing of a domestic dispute. All parties were contacted and a woman was arrested for fourth-degree assault, taken to the police station and booked. A second charge was added when it was discovered she was in violation of a no-contact order.
INVOLUNTARY COMMIT: Police were told Oct. 28 of a suicidal female at a Semanski Street address. She was taken, involuntarily, to Auburn Regional Medical Center.
NO CAMPING: Police took a report Oct. 28 of someone camping in a pickup in a downtown parking lot. Officers contacted a man who agreed to look for a legal place.