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Can't sell without a license | Enumclaw police reports April 13-18
NO SOLICITING: Police learned of solicitors working the evening of April 18 in the Davis Avenue neighborhood. Contact was made, the would-be sellers were informed of the need for a city business license and they agreed to move on.
VERBAL ONLY: Police responded the evening of April 18 to a Laukala Place address after hearing of a domestic dispute. It turned out to be a family issue and was verbal only. It was settled upon police contact.
BUGGIES: An anonymous called told police April 18 of two dune buggies being ridden in an alley in the vicinity of Kibler Avenue and Lafromboise Street. Officers responded but found nothing.
HARASSMENT: An officer made contact April 16 with a person who appeared to be a victim of harassment. Her phone number had been given to an inappropriate website, causing her to receive a high volume of unwanted calls. An informational report was taken while the victim waited for a return email from the website.
VANDALISM: Police were asked April 16 to provide extra weekend patrol at Kibler Elementary School due to recent vandalism.
EXTRA PATROL: An officer took a burglary/arson report April 16 after hearing of an incident at a vacant business location on Watson Street.
IN CUSTODY: Police responded April 16 to a Griffin Avenue address following a noise complaint. At the scene, they discovered a subject who was wanted on a Bothell, Wash., arrest warrant. The subject was taken into custody and later turned over to Bothell authorities.
CRASH SCENE: Enumclaw police assisted medical responders and the Washington State Patrol at the scene of a head-on collision April 16 at state Route 164 and 236th Avenue Southeast.
VEHICLE PROWL: Three unlocked cars, all parked on Wells Street, were prowled the morning of April 15. Taken were loose change, a car charger, sunglasses and a tape recorder.
PARAPHERNALIA: A Griffin Avenue resident reported finding drug paraphernalia in a backyard. An officer retrieved the item and had it destroyed. The incident was reported April 15.
AUTO THEFT: An officer responded at 9:20 p.m. April 14 to a Semanski Street address after hearing that an automobile had been stolen. The vehicle was found the next day in Auburn. The vehicle was operational and was returned to the registered owner.
INTOXICATED: A woman called police shortly after midnight April 14, reporting her estranged husband was in the parking lot outside her residence and refusing to leave. An officer contacted the man, who was taken into custody for driving under the influence. His vehicle was impounded.
MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: Staff at a Griffin Avenue store reported multiple bags of merchandise in the front of the store had been slashed open. The incident was reported the morning of April 13.
ONE CITED: Police responded the afternoon of April 13 to a two-car, noninjury accident at the intersection of Griffin and Roosevelt avenues. One person was cited for driving with a suspended license.