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Medical equipment taken from automobile | Enumclaw police reports Jan. 4-9
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT TAKEN: Police responded the evening of Jan. 9 to a reported theft of medical equipment. Items were taken from a vehicle in the Thunder Mountain Middle School parking lot while the school gymnasium was being used for recreational basketball. There were no suspects or witnesses.
GO TO SCHOOL: Police were contacted the morning of Jan. 9, asked to deal with a juvenile who was refusing to go to school. An officer responded, the situation was handled and the youth was transported to school.
STOLEN, RECOVERED: A city resident reported Jan. 8 his car was stolen while parked at the local library. Approximately five hours later, the vehicle was recovered by tribal police in Puyallup. There was no damage to the automobile. Tribal police reported they had two suspects in custody.
TAKEN FROM PORCH: A Bondgard Avenue resident told police Jan. 8 someone took a table and chair from her porch. The items were valued at $150. On Jan. 9, a Florence Street resident reported packages were taken from a front porch. There were no suspects or witnesses.
SHOPLIFTING: Officers responded the afternoon of Jan. 8 to a Roosevelt Avenue location and a shoplifting incident. Contact was made and one person was arrested for third-degree theft.
CARD USED: A Garfield Street resident told police Jan. 7 his wallet, containing miscellaneous identification and credit/debit cards, had been taken from his home. A card had been used at an ATM and it was noted video evidence might be available.
INATTENTIVE DRIVING: Police were told at 3:14 a.m. Jan. 7 of a potentially-intoxicated driver in the vicinity of state Route 164 and 196th Avenue Southeast. The vehicle, which was reportedly having trouble staying in one lane, was stopped and the driver was not impaired. The driver was warned, however, about inattentive driving while delivering newspapers.
VEHICLE HEIST: Police were told the morning of Jan. 6 that a red 1990 Acura Integra had been stolen from a Loraine Street location. Late that afternoon, King County authorities reported finding the vehicle in the vicinity of 236th Avenue Southeast with its stereo missing. The vehicle was impounded to a Black Diamond site.
BATTERIES GONE: Police took two reports Jan. 6 of stolen automobile batteries. A Warner Avenue resident went to her car in the morning to find the hood up and the battery gone. A resident of Southeast 432nd Street reported a battery missing, along with a high-performance modulator.
WIFE IN CUSTODY: A man called police the evening of Jan. 6, reporting his wife had hit him. He declined medical assistance. The wife was taken into custody for fourth-degree assault and taken to the police station for booking.
ASSAULT ARREST: Police responded at 1:09 a.m. Jan. 6 to a Semanski Street address and a domestic violence incident in progress. One person was taken into custody and booked for fourth-degree assault.
PROWL INTERRUPTED: A McHugh Avenue resident notified police at 12:30 a.m. Jan. 5, reporting a vehicle prowl that had just been interrupted. A woman was found going through the man's vehicle; she was chased on McHugh to Division Street but was not located. No damage was done to the vehicle and nothing was taken.
VEHICLE PROWL: A passenger window was broken and clothing was taken during a vehicle prowl that occurred at a Jensen Street facility. The report was issued at 6:30 a.m. Jan. 5. Damage was estimated at $200 and the missing clothes were valued at $130.
SUSPICIOUS: Police took a report the afternoon of Jan. 5 of a man dressed in a dark suit, with white gloves and a white stocking cap pulled over his face. When officers responded to the Michael Avenue address, the man said he was simply role-playing. Police advised against dressing and acting like that in a residential area.
CAMERA TAKEN: Police were told Jan. 4 of the theft of a digital camera from a Cole Street location. Video of the incident was available.
STAY AWAY: An officer responded the afternoon of Jan. 4 to a report of a motorcyclist riding across the fields at Boise Creek Park. Contact was made but no damage was evident. The rider was advised not to return.