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Overdose victim is hospitalized | Enumclaw police reports Jan. 31-Feb. 4
INVOLUNTARY: Police responded the afternoon of Feb. 4 to the vicinity of Warner Avenue and state Route 410 to assist a female who had overdosed on antidepression medication. Aid was summoned and the woman was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital for an involuntary commitment.
CAUSE FOR CONCERN: Officers responded at 6:30 p.m. to a Stevenson Avenue address where a subject was bothering customers. The issue was settles when the subject was contacted by police and advised to leave.
HARASSED: A woman notified police shortly before 6 p.m. Feb. 4 of a man who had been harassing her. The man was located and advised to leave a Griffin Avenue establishment and avoid places serving alcohol for the rest of the night. With that, he headed home.
VEHICLE DAMAGE: Police took a report the morning of Feb. 4 re grading an unknown substance splashed on a vehicle, resulting in paint damage. There were no witnesses to the incident that occurred on Asmundson Lane.
VEHICLE PROWLS: Police responded at 8 a.m. Feb. 3 to a vehicle prowl in progress on Pioneer Street. A suspect was taken into custody and transported to the police station for processing. Several victim vehicles were located. Police later searched the suspect's apartment. Two hours after the initial report, police were told of a vehicle that had been prowled while parked inside a garage at a Lafromboise Street address. Items found inside the car linked the incident to the same individual. Another incident on Lafromboise Street and one on Loraine Street also were linked to the same suspect.
LOST PROPERTY: A citizen reported Feb. 3 he had lost a $500 money order somewhere between Safeway and the post office. An informational report was taken for banking purposes and the citizen was advised to put a "stop payment" on the check.
HIT AND RUN: Police were told at 1:56 a.m. Feb. 2 of a hit-and-run incident that had just occurred at Harmony and Melody Lane. A vehicle struck a tree and fence and was then driven from the scene. An officer located the suspect vehicle at the home of the registered owner. The suspected driver was found to be intoxicated and was to be charged with hit-and-run.
JEWELRY TAKEN: A citizen arrived at the police station lobby the afternoon of Feb. 2, reporting approximately seven pieces of jewelry had been stolen from a Bondgard Avenue residence. The total value was estimated at $5,000.
TAGGED AGAIN: An employee at a Wells Street business notified police the morning of Feb. 1, reporting that the building had been hit again with graffiti. Damage was estimated at $50. There were no immediate suspects or leads.
BIKE HEISTS: Officers made contact with a pair of Roosevelt Avenue residents Feb. 1 following separate reports of stolen bicycles. Information was taken. There were no suspects.
JUVENILE TROUBLE: An officer made contact Feb. 1 with the parent of a juvenile daughter who was refusing to come home. The officer agreed to help look for the girl.
THEFT FROM V EHICLES: Officers responded Jan. 31 to an Edel Court address and a report of items taken from two vehicles. Missing were a laptop computer, MP3 player and a computer bag. Later in the day, officers responded to a Loraine Street location where items had been stolen from a vehicle.
UNWANTED: Police were called the afternoon of Jan. 31 to a Park Street address, where an unwanted subject was at the front door of a residence and was refusing to leave, despite several requests that he depart. The suspect, who was known to the resident, was given a letter of trespass and left the scene.