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Juveniles being too loud, too late | Enumclaw police reports
TOO LATE, TOO LOUD: Police took a report a 2 a.m. April 25 concerning a group of juveniles being loud in a Stevenson Avenue parking lot. Officers located the group a short distance away and all agreed to go home for the night.
THREATS MADE: Police attempted to locate a subject who made threats to another person the evening of April 25. Officers checked the vicinity of Estero Avenue and could not locate a suspect. Extra patrol was requested.
EXTRA PATROL: A Scandia Avenue resident called police April 24, asking for extra patrol in the area due to the recent theft of packages.
HARASSMENT: A citizen arrived at the police statin the afternoon of April 24 to report threats being made via Facebook and text messaging. An officer took details and was to follow up the next day.
STAY AWAY: Police were told at 1:30 a.m. April 23 of unwanted juveniles outside a Roosevelt Avenue store. Police were asked to issue trespass notices to the juveniles, due to prior shoplifting offenses at the store. Police contacted the subjects and issues the notices. An hour later, police were asked to contact a juvenile male who was loitering in front of a Monroe Avenue store. An officer contacted the individual and informed him he was no longer welcome at the store.
CIVIL DISPUTE: Police took a report of a stolen vehicle at 8 a.m. April 23, but quickly determined no crime had been committed. The woman who called was told she could not report the vehicle as stolen since it was in the possession of her husband who once had permission to drive the vehicle.
DISTURBANCE: A man causing a disturbance in the middle of Johnson Street had police responding at 10:30 p.m. April 23. It was reported he had been drinking and was on medication. Police provide him a ride home.
BURGLARY: Police were told the morning of April 22 someone entering a residence on Marion Street. With backup from the Buckley Police Department, an officer responded to the home. They found someone inside who was taken into custody for residential burglary and drug charges; he also was found to be the subject of an outstanding arrest warrant.
TWO CHARGED: Police initiated a traffic stop at 2 a.m. April 21 in the vicinity of state Route 410 and 244th Avenue Southeast. Just prior to being stopped, a male passenger switched places with a female driver. The female was taken into custody for driving under the influence after refusing to take a field sobriety test at the scene. The passenger was taken into custody for driving with a suspended license. The vehicle was impounded.
THEFT FROM VEHICLE: A vehicle was broken into while parked the morning of April 21 at a Garrett Street business. Reported taken were two duffel bags containing clothing and a laptop computer. There were no witnesses.
DRUGS, ALCOHOL: A male driver was taken into custody at 11:45 p.m. April 21 following a traffic stop on Roosevelt Avenue. He was charged with driving under the influence and possession of marijuana.
SOLICITING?: Police were told the afternoon of April 20 of solicitors in the vicinity of Gossard Street. An officer made contact, was told nothing was being sold, just advertised, and the crew was in possession of a business license.
NO FIRES: A loud party that included a bonfire was reported to police at 11 p.m. April 20. When police responded to the Wilson Street address, the fire was extinguished and subjects were warned about excessive noise and educated about burning rules within the city limits.