Vehicle was impounded, not stolen | Enumclaw police reports Jan. 27-29

NOT STOLEN: A resident of Grand Fir Drive told police Jan. 29 his vehicle had been stolen. The caller was then notified by the King County Sheriff's Office that the vehicle had not been stolen, but has been impounded the previous night as it was thought to be abandoned and wrecked.

OVERDOSE: Police responded the afternoon of Jan. 29 to a Pioneer Street address, assisting emergence medical personnel with a patient who had possibly overdosed on prescription medication.

SOLICITING: A call to police the afternoon of Jan. 29 had an officer responding to the Hawk Court neighborhood to check on solicitors working the area. Subject were contacted and, after being advised of city policies, agreed to leave the area.

BUILDING TAGGED: Police took a report Jan. 28 regarding graffiti on the side of a Wells Street building. A business owner was going to wash it off or, if that failed, repaint the wall.

HARASSMENT: An officer responded Jan. 28 to a Semanski Street address and an ongoing issue of harassment. All parties were contacted and the parent of a victim was provided information about obtaining an anti-harassment order.

COMMITTED: At 3:12 a.m. Jan. 27, an intoxicated man was reportedly walking into traffic on state Route 164 in the vicinity of 244th Avenue Southeast. Police made contact and determined he was a threat to his own safety and others. With that, he was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital for an involuntary commitment.

RAPE INVESTIGATION: An officer made contact the evening of Jan. 27 with a victim and parent concerning an alleged assault. A report was taken and forwarded for investigation.


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