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Officers help with head-on accident | Enumclaw police reports Oct. 19-23

TRAFFIC CONTROL: City police responded at 8:47 a.m. Oct. 23 to the intersection of state Route 169 and Southeast 416th Street and the scene of a two-vehicle, head-on accident. Police helped with traffic control, along with members of the Washington State Patrol and King County Sheriff's Office.

UNWANTED: Police were contacted the afternoon of Oct. 23 by a Grand Fir Drive resident who told of a man pounding on the door, yelling and refusing to leave. An officer contacted all involved and the issue was settled.

STOLEN AND RECOVERED: A Loraine Street resident reported a vehicle had been stolen while it was parked in front of the residence. It was last seen at 6:30 a.m. Oct. 22. It was recovered later in the day in Beaverton, Ore., still in working order and with both license plates intact.

INTOXICATED: Police took a call the evening of Oct. 22 regarding a reckless driver in the vicinity of Griffin Avenue and Cole Street. While police were on the phone without he reporting party, a Washington State Patrol trooper pulled over the suspect. An officer stood by while the trooper made an arrest for driving under the influence.

SUSPECT ARRESTED: Police arrested a person the afternoon of Oct. 22 who is a suspect in a theft. The subject was taken to the police station to be interviewed.

SUSPICIOUS: A citizen called police at 8:22 a.m. Oct. 22, reporting two juveniles were attempting to push open windows and climb into a house on Harding Street. An officer found an upstairs window open but found no sign of entry.

STAY AWAY: An Enumclaw corrections officer spotted two suspicious males climbing a wall in the alley behind a Cole Street building. The two were contacted shortly after midnight Oct. 21 and ordered to stay away from the property.

AGENCY ASSIST: City police were asked Oct. 21 by Auburn authorities to contact the registered owner of a vehicle that had been in a rollover accident. An officer was able to contact a parent who did not know about the accident. Auburn police advised they had contacted the driver/registered owner and that she was not hurt.

JEWELRY TAKEN: Police were told of a burglary that occurred Oct. 21 at a Semanski Street address. A window was broken and jewelry was taken. The victim was to provide a list of all missing items the following day.

THEFT FROM VEHICLE: Police took a report Oct. 20 of a vehicle break-in at an Edel Avenue address. A compact disc player valued at $200 was taken and damage to the automobile was estimated at $100. On Oct. 21, a report was taken concerning a weed eater taken from a vehicle.

THEFT INTERRUPTED: City police were notified at 1:11 a.m. Oct. 20 by King County deputies, who told of an attempted vehicle prowl at a residence on 264th Avenue Southeast. The reporting party had interrupted two subjects, a man and a woman, who were inside her vehicle. The vehicle was not damaged and nothing was taken.

VEHICLE PROWL: Police were told the evening of Oct. 20 of a vehicle prowl that occurred earlier in the day at a residence on 260th Avenue Southeast. Nothing was taken, but damage to the vehicle was estimated at $150.

NO INTERLOCK: A traffic stop shortly before midnight Oct. 20 at the intersection of Roosevelt Avenue and Loraine Street resulted in a male driver being taken into custody for violation of an interlock device requirement. He posted bail and was released.

DOMESTIC: Police responded Oct. 19 after a city resident had dialed 911 to report a domestic disturbance, only to have the call disconnected. The caller had given a false address, but police were able to determine the proper address. It was found the dispute was verbal only and the male involved had departed.

 

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