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Enumclaw police reports March 10-13

UTILITY PROBLEMS: Police received a call just after 5 a.m. March 13 regarding a low-hanging wire on Roosevelt Avenue at Florence Street. The road was blocked off. Later in the day, due to more snowfall, the line snapped and was handing down in the roadway. Also on the morning of the 13th, a report was taken of a Comcast cable partially blocking Lowell Avenue. An officer moved it out of the way until Comcast could respond.

FOUND PROPERTY: An officer responded March 13 to a Griffin Avenue address after someone reporting finding a large bag of green vegetation. It was retrieved by police and was to be destroyed.

BAD SITUATION: Police were told the morning of March 12 of a young child left inside a car parked at a Cole Street address. The child appeared to be cold and, according to a witness, the same situation had occurred the week before. The vehicle was gone before police arrived; an officer checked the area again the following day and was unable to locate the vehicle.

AGENCY ASSIST: City police were asked to assist King County medical health authorities March 12 while they contacted an Enumclaw resident and removed him from his residence.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A woman entered the police station lobby at 10:20 p.m. March 12, reporting a recent domestic disturbance. She was examined by medics and taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital due to a hand injury. A man arrived at the station soon after, wishing to make a statement. He was booked into jail for fourth-degree assault and interfering with a domestic violence report.

SHERIFF ASSIST: King County deputies asked Enumclaw police March 12 to contact solicitors at an address of Southeast 448th Street. It was noted the solicitors were possible suspects in a burglary. Officers made the requested contact then turned things over to county authorities.

OUTBOARD THEFT: The theft of an outboard motor valued at $2,300 was reported the evening of March 10. The incident occurred at a McHugh Avenue address.

UNWANTED PERSON: Police were asked shortly before midnight March 10 to remove a person from a Roosevelt Avenue establishment. The individual was ordered to stay away for one year and was given a ride from the scene.

 

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