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Mailboxes get bashed | Enumclaw police reports Aug. 12-13
BOX BASHING: Police responded at 11:20 p.m. Aug. 13 to a Warner Avenue address after hearing of people driving through the area and bashing mailboxes with a baseball bat. Police located and stopped the suspect vehicle. The driver was arrested; one passenger was arrested and taken to juvenile hall on felony warrants; two other juveniles were released to parents. The driver, after being taken to the police station for booking, was released to a parent.
PARAPHERNALIA: A request was made AUG. 13 for extra patrol of a city park on Porter Street, as city staff had found drug paraphernalia and needles around the property.
MEDS TAKEN: Police were told Aug. 13 that prescription medications had been taken from a Rincon Avenue residence. A report was filed.
HARASSMENT: An officer responded the evening of Aug. 13 to a Garrett Street address and the report of a female being harassed by a man who had been drinking. The suspect fled on foot when the officer arrived but was apprehended and taken into custody on an outstanding warrant.
HIT AND RUN: A Florence Street residence told police Aug. 12 of a hit-and-run incident that had caused damage to private landscaping and a street sign. Citations were to be sent in the mail upon completion of an investigation.
RECKLESS: Police responded the afternoon of Aug 12 after hearing of a reckless driver in the vicinity of Farman Street and Southeast 440th Street. An officer made contact with the suspect driver. A statement was taken and then forwarded to the Washington State Patrol, as all driving issues occurred on state Route 410 east of the city limits.