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Scam alert, vehicle fire and more | Enumclaw police reports for Nov. 9-12
SCAM ALERT: A city man told police Nov. 12 his mother was a victim of an Internet scam and had already wired a large sum of money to a suspect. A report was taken.
VEHICLE FIRE: Police provided traffic control at 5:15 p.m. Nov. 12 at the scene of a vehicle fire of state Route 164.
HARASSMENT: A resident of a Warner Avenue apartment complex reported verbal harassment by another tenant on Nov. 12. Police noted there was an ongoing issue between the two parties. All were contacted and the suspect was advised to put an end to the harassment.
CAN'T SLEEP: A Cole Street caller alerted police at 6 a.m. Nov. 12 to a man sleeping in the building's rear entryway. Officers made contact and the man agreed to gather his possessions and head for a bus that would take him to Kent.
TOO FAST: Police responded at 2:11 a.m. Nov. 11 to a report of a recklessly-driven vehicle on Roosevelt Avenue. After locating the suspect vehicle, officers arrested and booked the motorist for driving under the influence. Passengers were released at the scene and the vehicle was impounded.
AUBURN ASSIST: City police helped Auburn authorities the afternoon of Nov. 11 as they searched a Lowell Place home for a suspect with outstanding arrest warrants. It was believed the suspect was hiding in the home, but a search turned up nothing.
NOT INTOXICATED: Police responded at 12:49 m. Nov. 10 to a call of two trucks occupied by intoxicated drivers in a Roosevelt Avenue parking lot. Police checked and found one of the drivers was not impaired. The other truck remained in the lot.
WALKED AWAY: Officers were called shortly before 7 a.m. Nov. 9 to help located an individual who walked away from a Jensen Street facility. The person was found, headed toward the senior center. The subject was left with the director of the Jensen Street facility.