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Enumclaw police reports Dec. 15-18

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE: City police helped search Dec. 18 for a vehicle that had been used in a robbery. It was last seen on 244th Avenue Southeast. The case was handled by the King County Sheriff's Office.

DISORDERLY  CONDUCT: An officer responded at 1:36 a.m. Dec. 17 to a report of a possibly-suicidal man at a Florence Street address. Aid was summoned and it was determined the man was not suicidal. He was, however, arrested for disorderly conduct.

INTOXICATED: Police were told at 9:25 a.m. Dec. 17 of a man sitting on the bumper of a ladder truck at the fire station on Wells Street. The man stated he was wanted on an arrest warrant, which turned out to be true. The man was given a ride to a rural Enumclaw address and advised to take care of the King County warrant, which stemmed from a charge of driving under the influence.

DRUG OFFENSE: A man was taken into custody the afternoon of Dec. 16 for possession of both marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was cited and released.

MEDS GONE: Police took a report Dec. 16 of prescription medications taken from a Roosevelt Avenue motel room. Possible suspects are two subjects who were staying in another room at the same location.

HARASSMENT: A city resident told police Dec. 15 his daughter had been receiving harassing text messages. An officer made contact and determined the texts were not threatening, just odd. The officer was advised the same thing had happened to several students at a city school.

GROCERY THEFT: Police received a report Dec. 15 of groceries being stolen from a city store. Witnesses watched as subjects took groceries and loaded them into a black Lincoln. The witnesses followed the vehicle until it was driven into a ditch in the vicinity of Mud Mountain Road and 252nd Avenue East. Witnesses returned to the store before reporting the theft. By the time police determined the exact location of the suspect vehicle, it was gone.

 

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