Driver charged following drive-through incident | Enumclaw police reports Dec. 25-28

DRUNK DRIVER: Police heard Dec. 28 of an impaired driver at the driver-through window of a Griffin Avenue business. The female motorist was reportedly aggressive and threatening to both employees and other customers before driving off at a high rate of speed. Police soon found here and made an arrest for driving under the influence. Her vehicle was impounded.

FAMILY BATTLE: Police responded at 2 a.m. Dec. 28 to a Harmony Lane address following a report of a domestic dispute between a father and son that had turned physical. One was taken into custody for fourth-degree assault.

EXTRA PATROL: Police were asked Dec. 28 to provide extra patrol in the vicinity of Burger Place due to a man and woman going door-to-door, claiming to be painters. The reporting party was concerned that the pair seemed to be noting places where no was at home and could not provide a business card when asked. They were gone before an officer could respond.

BOMB SCARE: The King County Sheriff's Office notified Enumclaw authorities the afternoon of Dec. 27, relating that a caller on a cell phone had told of a bomb left in a Griffin Avenue store. The business was evacuated and searched, with nothing found.

TRAILER TAKEN: A Griffin Avenue resident told police Dec. 26 a utility trailer had been stolen. It was recovered several hours later in Tacoma.

VEHICLE TROUBLE: A Lincoln Avenue resident told police Dec. 25 her vehicle had been struck while parked in front of her home. The suspect vehicle was still at the scene with no one around. Police found the vehicle belonged next door and had slipped out of gear. The neighbors exchanged information.


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