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Enumclaw police reports Dec. 22-26
THEFT FROM AUTO: Police were told Dec. 26 items had been stolen from a vehicle parked on Griffin Avenue. Taken were a handgun and a wallet containing identification and credit cards.
ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING: Police responded to St. Elizabeth Hospital at 5:11 a.m. Dec. 25 after hearing of a patient with a gunshot wound to the finger. It was determined to be an accidental shooting.ASSAULT: A man reportedly assaulted an employee at a Jensen Street facility the evening of Dec. 25, prompting a police response. The patient was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital and an officer determined to assault occurred.
ARREST WARRANTS: An officer responded to Four Corners the morning of Dec. 24 to meet with a Kent Police Department officer and pick up a subject with three Enumclaw Municipal Court warrants. The subject was transported to the Enumclaw police station and booked.
TWO CHARGED: A traffic stop shortly after midnight Dec. 23 resulted in the driver arrested for driving under the influence and a passenger arrested for furnishing alcohol to a minor. Both were taken to the police station for booking.
UNWANTED GUEST: A Marshall Avenue resident called police at 3:11 a.m. Dec. 23, reporting that a woman she knows was banging on her door and windows. The resident did not know what the visitor wanted but, due to the late hour, was unwilling to let her in. The visitor told police she had been assaulted in Tacoma but declined medical assistance and did not want to report the assault to authorities.
DISTURBANCE: A citizen told police Dec. 23 a female had kicked his car, causing damage. An officer responded and determined the man had nearly run into the female pedestrian while driving recklessly in a parking lot. Both were counseled and released.
DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Police responded Dec. 22 to a domestic dispute in the vicinity of Initial Avenue and Railroad Street. A man alleged he was hit by a car driven by his girlfriend and denied medical assistance. Investigation revealed the dispute was verbal only.
FAMILY TROUBLE: A woman called police Dec. 22, advising her had kicked her son out of the home and was concerned that he would return. An officer advised that no crime had been committed, but to call police should the son return.
CRIMINAL ATTEMPT: Police attempted to locate a man Dec. 22 who had attempted to steal a package from a Scandia Avenue home. The resident told officers it was a "dummy package" and he had the incident on video tape. He was to contact police if he could improve the quality of the image. A search of the neighborhood did not turn up a suspect.