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Enumclaw police reports April 5-11

AUTO ACCIDENTS: Police responded to a trio of two-car, noninjury accidents April 11. The first was at 1:51 p.m. in the 1400 block of First Street; the second was reported at 4:22 p.m. at the intersection of Warner Avenue and Almadon Street; and the third was at 5:42 p..m. at Warner Avenue and Semanski Street.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A report of a domestic dispute in progress had an officer responding at 4:46 p.m. April 11 to a Fredrickson Street address. It was determined an assault had taken place and a suspect was arrested and booked.

SCHOOL TROUBLE: An officer responded April 10 to a Semanski Street school after receiving a report of an unruly student. Police made contact and the student was released to a parent.

DRUG OFFENSE: A report of a male subject attempting to sell marijuana to two females had an officer responding April 10 to a Roosevelt Avenue address. The man was arrested on a drug charged and his vehicle was impounded.

PARAPHERNALIA: A citizen told police April 9 there were signs of drug use in the vicinity of Randall Place. An officer made contact and was advised of paraphernalia on a trail in the area. There will be increased patrol.

WELFARE CHECK: City police received two calls April 9 – one anonymous, the other from Adult Protective Service – requesting that officers check on the welfare of an elderly person at a Gossard Street address. No one was home when an officer responded.

UNWANTED: An officer was advised April 9 of an unwanted male at a Warner Avenue apartment. The man departed prior to police arrival and could not be located.

UNSUCCESSFUL: Someone attempted to enter trucks parked on Gossard Place April 9, but failed. Extra patrol was requested.

ASSAULT: Police were told the afternoon of April 8 of an assault that had just occurred at a Cole Street address. The male involved was said to be leaving the residence and information was forwarded to detectives.

ANIMAL COMPLAINT: Police were told April 7 there possibly was a pit bull being kept at a Merritt Avenue address. That breed is not allowed in the city limits. The issue was forwarded to King County Animal Control. Police also took a pit bull report the afternoon of April 11. The owner was contacted and advised of city ordinances prohibiting the breed.

WINDOW SMASHED: A Davis Avenue resident told police April 6 a vehicle window had been broken. Hours later, a suspect was contacted and agreed to make restitution.

TUNES TAKEN: A residential burglary was reported April 6. Someone entered a home on Grand Fir Drive and took an iPod.

FIREWORKS: A citizen reported hearing fireworks April 5 in the area of Initial Avenue and Loraine Street. A check of the area turned up nothing.

SCAM: Police took a report April 5 from a city resident who expressed concern about a possible scam. The reporting party had received a call regarding a federal grant; when the citizen refused to cooperate, the caller became threatening. An officer made contact and determined no crime had been committed.

BOMB SQUAD: A 60 millimeter mortar round was found in a storage unit and delivered to police April 5. It was then turned over to the Washington State Patrol bomb squad.

BURGLARY: An officer responded April 5 after learning of a residential burglary. No one was living in the home when a washer, dryer, stove and furnace were taken. The loss was estimated at approximately $4,000.

DAMAGE DONE: A citizen alerted police April 5 to damage done to the city skate park at Dwight Garrett Park. The message was forwarded to Parks Department staff.

 

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