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Enumclaw police reports Nov. 23-30
DRUNK DRIVERS: A traffic stop the morning of Nov 30 resulted in a male driver taken into custody for driving under the influence. A passenger was given a ride to her residence and the man's automobile was impounded. That evening, police were told of a possibly-impaired driver traveling from Buckley to Enumclaw. The vehicle was stopped at McFarland Park and the driver was booked for DUI.
CIVIL STANDBY: A man asked police to accompany him Nov. 30 as he attempted to retrieve his belongings from a Spring Place residence. An officer made contact with the female resident, who said she did not want the man in the home. She had retained an attorney who ordered that all property issues go through legal counsel for both parties. The man was informed he could be arrested for burglary if he entered the home.
PHONE CONFUSION: A confusing turn of telephone events led to police notification Nov. 29. It started when a city resident received a call from an irate person, who claimed the resident had left a threatening message. The reporting party had not made the original call and reported the item to a phone provider. He was advised to call police, who suggested he not return calls to the irate person.
FAMILY MATTERS: Police heard Nov. 29 of a verbal domestic situation in which an adult daughter packed her belongings and moved from her parents' home. Police advised her to contact her parents before returning to the residence; if she entered the home, police said, she risked arrest.
STOLEN PROPERTY: Police learned Nov. 28 of the theft of plumbing and electrical items from a foreclosed property on Charwila Lane. The value of the missing items was estimated at nearly $1,500.
ASSAULT: One man was seen punching another the afternoon of Nov. 27 at a Natalie Place residence, prompting a call to police. A victim departed and the suspect went into the house. Contact was made with the suspect, who said the fight was over stolen money. There was no contact with the victim at the time.
NO CHARGES: Police responded a 9 p.m. Nov. 27 to an alley behind a downtown hotel, where an assault had taken place. Victims were treated by paramedics, but declined transportation to the hospital. They also declined to assist with any investigation or prosecution.
THEFT: A Phillips Avenue resident was advised the morning of Nov. 26 by her financial institution that her credit card was being fraudulently used. She then realized her Chevrolet Suburban had been stolen and that her purse had been in the vehicle. The vehicle was later found on McDougall Avenue; it was not damaged and was returned to the owner. It was discovered a second vehicle in the Phillips Avenue driveway, a pickup, had also been entered.
HIT AND RUN: A Hillcrest Avenue resident told police that his vehicle was damaged due to a hit-and-run incident that occurred between 9:30 p.m. Nov. 24 and 9:15 the following morning. There were no suspects.
GAMING THEFT: A Chinook Avenue resident told police Nov. 23 both a Wii console and Wii Fit had been stolen.
UNWANTED: Police heard of an unwanted subject at a Cole Street location shortly after 5 p.m. Nov. 23. The woman had been arrested the night before and, according to the conditions of her release, she was not to return to the Cole Street site. An officer reviewed her paperwork and determined she was not guilty of anything that would warrant another arrest.
YOUTH TROUBLE: Police responded to a Roosevelt Avenue parking lot at 10:45 p.m. Nov. 23 after hearing of a group of subjects possibly fighting. All were contacted; two juveniles were taken into custody, one for harassment and the other for being in possession of alcohol. Both were taken to the police station for booking.