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Trouble among neighbors | Enumclaw police reports Sept. 23-24

CONTACT NOT WANTED: A Laukala Place resident called police twice Sept. 24, complaining that a neighbor was texting her continually and the contact was not wanted. An officer determined there was mutual involvement, as the reporting party had been returned texts from the neighbor all day. The officer contacted the suspect and advised that the texting was unwanted.

NOISE COMPLAINT: Police took a complaint about loud music after 11 p.m. Sept. 24. Upon contacting the suspect, an officer determined it was an ongoing dispute between neighbors, with one playing loud music to make a point. The officer advised the suspect  that the music was unreasonably loud and in violation of the city's noise ordinance. She agreed to turn in down.

BICYCLIST HURT: Police responded the afternoon of Sept. 23 to the vicinity of Griffin Avenue and Railroad Street to assist medical personnel. An accident involving a car and a bicycle has left one person injured. The patient was taken to the hospital in Auburn.

FOUND IN BUCKLEY: A Kibler Avenue resident notified police shortly after 1 a.m. Sept. 23 of a red vehicle with three females aboard. They had been yelling toward the Kibler residence before fleeing south on Cole Street. Buckley police were notified and soon stopped the suspect vehicle. The occupants were advised not to return to the Kibler Avenue area.

VEHICLE PROWL: Police were told the morning of Sept. 23 of a vehicle prowl that occurred during the night. There was no damage to the vehicle but two items were taken.

 

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