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Credit cards stolen, used | Enumclaw police reports Nov. 25-28
CARDS USED: A citizen told police Nov. 28 a wallet containing three credit cards and a checkbook had been stolen. It was determined the cards had already been used in Bonney Lake and Federal Way.
ARREST WARRANT: Officers responded at 11:30 p.m. Nov. 28 to a Monroe Avenue location after hearing of suspicious activity involving a pickup and a Jeep. After contacting the people involved, a woman was arrested and taken to the Enumclaw jail, awaiting transport due to outstanding warrants issued by Kelso, Wash.
TWO BARS: An officer responded at 4:30 a.m. Nov. 28 to a Griffin Avenue business after getting a report of someone shoplifting two granola bars. Representatives of the business wished to assist with prosecution but officers could not locate a suspect.
PATROL REQUESTED: Police were asked Nov. 28 to provide extra patrol during lunchtime in the vicinity of the high school, due to students speeding through the area.
NO DUMPING: Someone dumped personal garbage in the trash bin of a Stevenson Avenue business, prompting a call to police Nov. 27. The illegal dumper left behind items containing her name, so police were able to track her down. She admitted to the illegal dumping and agreed to return to the scene and collect her garbage.
IRRITATED: A Florence Street resident called police shortly before 1 a.m. Nov. 27, complaining of an unknown woman who had been ringing his doorbell for the past 10 minutes. Officers responded and discovered the involved parties were boyfriend/girlfriend and were intoxicated. The issue was settled upon police contact.
SURRENDER: A man arrived at the police station lobby Nov. 26, surrendering because he has just shoplifted items from a local business. After contacting the business, police cited the man for third-degree theft.
CARRIED AWAY: Police responded the afternoon of Nov. 26 to a Cole Street address and contacted people who were going too far with comments and gestures toward citizens passing by. The matter was settled upon police contact.
DOG WARNING: An officer on patrol the morning of Nov. 25 observed a man with a pit bull. The subject was advised of city ordinances prohibiting the breed.
SHOPLIFTER: An officer responded the morning of Nov. 25 to a report of a man continuing to enter a Roosevelt Avenue business and take items without paying for them. The manager wanted the subject trespassed from the location.
DISTURBANCE: Officers responded at noon Nov. 25 to a Battersby Avenue location and a report of a man cajusing a disturbance. It was determined several people were assaulted by a named subject but refused to file charges. Staff was to handle the situation internally.
RACING: A complaint was lodged Nov. 25 of a vehicle racing in the alley off Cole Street; the complainant noted it was an ongoing problem. A suspect was located, stopped and cited for driving with a suspended license. The vehicle was impounded and, after posting bail, the subject was released.
THEFT REPORT: A citizen told police Nov. 25 that jewelry has been taken sometime during the past few weeks. A possible suspect was named.