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Hit and run, warrant served | Enumclaw police reports Sept. 7-10

HIT AND RUN: Officers were on the lookout shortly after 5 a.m. Sept. 10 for the driver of a white pickup who hit a stop sign in Buckley, then fled. The suspect vehicle was soon located at an Enumclaw grocery store. The driver, who has a suspended license, had hit his head but refused medical aid. Buckley police were to handle the situation.

WARRANT SERVED: Officers traveled to a site west of Buckley Sept. 10 to locate an individual wanted on an arrest warrant. The subject was located, the warrant was served and the person was returned to the Enumclaw police station for booking.

COMMITTED: Police took multiple calls the afternoon of Sept. 10 regarding a woman who was standing in the middle of Warner Avenue and screaming at anyone who happened to pass by. The woman was transported by emergency medical personnel to St. Elizabeth Hospital for an involuntary commitment.

VEHICLES TAGGED: Police were told Sept. 8 of at least two vehicles being tagged during the night, one on Park Street and another on Lafromboise Street. A water-based paint was used so it washed off, leaving no damage.

LOITERING: Employees of a Monroe Avenue business contacted police at 1:22 a.m. Sept. 8 about a group of juveniles who were loitering in the parking lot, causing customers to complain. Officers responded and the group left the area.

DRIVER STOPPED: Police took a report the afternoon of Sept. 7 regarding aggressive driver headed into Enumclaw from Greenwater. Officers made contact and the driver received verbal counseling.

TEEN TROUBLE: A report was  received Sept. 7 about teenagers using foul language and making inappropriate comments to young children and their parents at the city skate park. An officer contacted the caller and the teens in question, who said they would behave.

 

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