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Suspect violates conditions of release | Enumclaw police reports April 30-May 2

COURT REMAND: Police took an informational report May 2 regarding someone violating conditions of release. A suspect was taken into custody after it was determined he was not wearing a GPS monitoring bracelet.

THEFT: A Marion Street resident reported the theft of a camera and a GPS unit. The incident was reported May 2.

BURGLARY: Items were reported stolen May 2 from a search-and-rescue trailer.

DOMESTIC SITUATIONS: Police responded to two separate instances the evening of May 2 that were initially reported as domestic violence. The first was found to be outside the city limits and was referred to King County authorities; the second was determined to be a verbal disagreement only.

FORGERY: A suspect was arrested and booked for attempting to forge a prescription the evening of May 2.

PARKING PROBLEM: Police took an anonymous complaint May 1 of vehicles parked on Bangert Place for several months. An officer contacted the owner of two of the vehicles, which had expired license tabs. A warning notice was left on the third vehicle.

BEING WATCHED? A woman notified police at noon May 1, concerned that unknown subjects were watching her. Report was taken for informational purposes only.

BOYFRIEND ISSUE: An officer advised a city resident about how he should handle problems with his daughter's boyfriend. The father intended to go through the court system to obtain a restraining order.

AGENCY ASSIST: After receiving a request for assistance, an Enumclaw detective responded to the scene of a church burglary in Puyallup. Two suspects were taken into custody. The incident occurred early on the morning of April 30.

AUTO THEFT: Police took a report the morning of April 30 regarding the theft of a 2002 Chevrolet van from a Roosevalt Avenue address.

EX-THREATENING: A caller told police April 30 his son was being threatened by his ex-wife. An officer advised that the son obtain a restraining order and request that police stand by when a child is exchanged.

SUSPICIOUS: An officer responded April 30 to a report of two men acting suspicious in the vicinity of Almadon Avenue and Spring Court. It was determined the men were selling without a license. They were advised of city ordinances requiring a business license and agreed to leave the area.

 

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