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Four vehicle prowls in one night | Buckley police reports Jan. 16-21

WARRANT: At 7:53 a.m. Jan. 16, an officer contacted subjects at Mountain Circle and determined a man had an arrest warrant out of Sumner. The warrant was confirmed, the man was arrested and transported to an agreed upon meeting location to transfer custody to Sumner police.

FATALITY: At 1:20 p.m. Jan. 16, a 66-year-old Buckley man was killed in a one-car rollover accident on Spiketon Road.

SO OLD: On Jan. 16, an officer impounded a vehicle parked on Chamberlain Street. The car was improperly parked on the shoulder and its tabs had expired in September 2005.

DUI: At 2:10 a.m. Jan. 20, an officer stopped a car for speeding on the 28500 block of state Route 410. The driver performed some voluntary field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest for driving under the influence.

BANG BANG: At 2:32 a.m. Jan. 20, an officer was dispatched to North Fulton in regards to a woman banging on the door of her house. An Enumclaw officer observed the woman on the highway, stopping vehicles and banging on their windows. Buckley police advised the Enumclaw officer to place her under arrest for disorderly conduct.

SUSPENDED: At 6:41 a.m. Jan. 20, an officer was dispatched to Mundy Loss Road near 112th Avenue East in regard to a two-vehicle collision. During compilation of the state collision report, the officer found one of the drivers to have a suspended drivers license for an unpaid ticket. The driver was issued a notice of infraction for failure to stop at stop sign and a citation for driving with a suspended license.

FOUND PROPERTY: On Jan. 20, a man turned in two purses he had found at his place of employment. The owners of the purses, both Buckley residents, were contacted and their property was returned. Both women said their purses had been stolen from their cars at a local school the past Saturday.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: At 8:57 p.m. Jan. 21, officers were dispatched to Park Avenue for a physical domestic violence incident. A 51-year-old female at the scene had a cut to her hand, marks on her face and a red eye. A large window in the home was broken. The woman told officers her 83-year-old boyfriend hit her with a cane and broke the window. Officers located the man and took him into custody.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: An officer was dispatched to Main Street to take a malicious mischief report after the fact. The victim reported persons unknown had broken the glass door of a laundry dryer between Jan. 19 and Jan. 21.

PROWLING SPREE?: On Jan. 21, a detective took four vehicle prowl reports. He first listed a vehicle prowl report on North Edith Street. A resident reported his vehicle had been broken into the previous evening. The front and rear windows on the passenger doors were broken and the glove compartment had been gone through. A resident calling from Mill Street reported a similar break-in. The driver side rear door's window had been broken and a coat stolen from the back seat. On View Place, a resident reported a broken passenger side window and apparent rummaging through the glove box; nothing appeared to have been taken. And from Naches Street North, a resident reported the rear passenger window of his car had been broken and two coats taken.

CHAINSAW THEFT: At 6 p.m. Jan. 21, a South Cedar Street resident reported an unknown subject had entered a utility shed and stolen two chainsaws.

 

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