Police help driver, respond to family situations | Enumclaw police reports Jan. 16-23

CITIZEN ASSIST: On officer spotted a vehicle in the ditch Jan. 23 in the vicinity of state Route 164 and 188th Avenue Southeast. The driver was transported to a gas station for fuel and was to make arrangements to have the vehicle removed from the ditch.

WELFARE CHECK: An employee of a Monroe Avenue business called police Jan. 22, requesting that someone check on the welfare of a juvenile male. An officer contacted a grandparent who took the teen home.

DOMESTIC SITUATION: Police responded the morning of Jan. 22 to a citizen having troubles with an adult son. The father was told of options he might explore and advised to call 911 if necessary.

CLOTHING TAKEN: Police were told the afternoon of Jan. 21 of the theft of three pairs of pants and one jacket from a Roosevelt Avenue location. The missing items were valued at $186. A suspect was seen leaving in a black sport utility vehicle but could not be located.

MEDICAL ASSIST: An officer responded to the vicinity of Griffin Avenue and Garrett Street the morning of Jan. 21 to help medical personnel with someone who had fallen.

THREE CHARGED: Police were dispatched shortly after midnight Jan. 19 to a Roosevelt Avenue address and a case of malicious mischief with suspects still on the scene. Three suspects were taken into custody and booked for investigation of malicious mischief and assault.

THEFTS FROM AUTOS: Two vehicles were vandalized and items were stolen while they were parked in a Battersby Avenue parking lot. Evidence was recovered at the scene. The incident was reported shortly after 2 a.m. Jan. 19. On Jan. 17, an officer contacted a victim following a vehicle prowl on Hunter Court. A vehicle window was damaged and $40 in cash was taken.

VEHICLE PROWL: Police took a call the morning of Jan. 19 regarding a significant theft from a vehicle at a Loraine Street address. Damage to the auto was estimated at $400 and the value of a stolen item was pegged at $10,000.

EXTRA PATROL: Police were asked Jan. 17 to provide extra patrol in the area of Cinkovich Street due to recent thefts of scrap metal.

BICYCLIST OK: A bicycle and automobile collided the morning of Jan. 17 as the bike rider was headed to the high school. The driver stopped and made sure the student was OK before leaving the scene. An aid crew responded to evaluate the bicyclist.

HARASSMENT: Police responded the morning of Jan. 16 to a Semanski Street address to deal with an ongoing issue of harassment. An officer explained options to parents who did not wish to press charges.

THREATENING: Police were contacted the afternoon of Jan. 16 regarding threatening emails and Facebook posts. An officer contacted all parties involved and the suspect was advised to make no further contact with the reporting party.

SEVERAL CHARGES: An officer responded at 5:30 a.m. Jan. 16 to a report of a possible domestic disturbance at a May Court address. A suspect was arrested for violating a protection order, resisting arrest and interfering with the reporting of domestic violence. The suspect also was found to be wanted on three arrest warrants issued by Enumclaw Municipal Court.


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