Paraphernalia tossed with trash | Enumclaw police reports Aug. 27-28

THROW IT AWAY: Police were told Aug. 28 of homemade drug paraphernalia found in a garbage bag at a Division Street address. An officer contacted the reporting party and confirmed the suspicious item could be tossed with the rest of the trash.

AUTO ACCIDENT: Police responded at 11:45 a.m. Aug. 28 to a two-car accident at Roosevelt Avenue and Myrtine Street. The police report noted there was damage done, but had no mention of injuries.

RECKLESS: A caller notified police Aug. 28 of a recklessly-driven vehicle that had passed him on the right while going through a crosswalk, almost hitting pedestrians. The caller followed the driver to a residence on 236th Avenue Southeast. An officer responded to the residence and found the vehicle gone; the officer was to attempt a second contact.

VEHICLE PROWLS: Police took a report of a vehicle prowl Aug. 27 in which an unlocked car on Winter Place was entered; sunglasses valued at $1 were taken. A second report of a vehicle prowl wound up being outside city jurisdiction. Also on Aug. 27, police were told approximately $50 worth of gas was siphoned from a vehicle on Semanski Street.

HIT AND RUN: A hit-and-run incident reportedly occurred the afternoon of Aug. 27 in a Roosevelt Avenue parking lot. The suspect vehicle and a registered owner were later discovered at a Kibler Avenue address; the vehicle was impounded.

TIRE SLASHED: Police were told Aug. 27 a vehicle tire was slashed, causing an estimated $250 in damage. The incident occurred on Semanski Street. The owner had reported a similar incident in May.

ALCOHOL OFFENSE: A man was seen the afternoon of Aug. 27, sitting on a bench in the vicinity of Battersby Avenue and Garrett Street and drinking from a brown paper bag. An officer made contact, ordered that alcohol be poured out and issued a warning.


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