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Enumclaw police reports updated, Feb. 9-12
BAIL COLLECTION: Enumclaw authorities collected bail Feb. 12 from a defendant on behalf of the city of Bonney Lake. The subject was then released and funds were transferred to Bonney Lake Superior Court.
TOOL THEFT: An Initial Place resident told police Feb. 12 that tools had been stolen from a vehicle.
CITIZEN ASSIST: Police responded the afternoon of Feb. 12 to the vicinity of state Route 410 and Warner Avenue after hearing of a man who appeared to be disoriented and confused. Officers made contact and provided the man a courtesy transport to a Buckley hotel.
UNATTENDED KIDS: Police were told Feb. 12 of unattended children left in a vehicle parked on Roosevelt Avenue. Officers contacted the parent, advised her of the complaint, and determined no crime had been committed.
BURGLARY: Police responded Feb. 12 to a Garfield Street residence and a report of damaged property. The case was then upgraded to a residential burglary.
INVOLUNTARY COMMIT: Police were called Feb. 12 to a Wells Street address due to an out-of-control female. She was transported for an involuntary commitment.
ASSAULT: A man reporting he had been assaulted with an ax handle prompted police to respond Feb. 12 to a Wilson Avenue address.
AUTO ACCIDENT: Police responded at 6 a.m. Feb. 11 to a Griffin Avenue address where a vehicle had crashed into a power pole. A minor injury was reported. Puget Sound Energy was contacted and asked to check the condition of the pole.
WINDOWS BROKEN: An out-of-town called notified police the morning of Feb. 11, telling of several windows that had been broken at a Cole Street building. There had been multiple, similar instanced during the past month and the damaged was estimated at $3,000. Investigators will be working with the building owner to provide means for identifying possible suspects.
FELONY WARRANT: A citizen called police the afternoon of Feb. 11, reporting a person laying in a Roosevelt Avenue parking lot. An officer responded and determined the needed medical assistance. It also was determined the subject was wanted on a King County felony arrest warrant. Enumclaw police remained with the subject until someone from the county's warrant unit arrived.
ITEMS STOLEN: A citizen told police Feb. 11 a laptop computer, a charger and makeupwere taken from her vehicle. The computer and charger were property of her school.
ASSAULT CHARGED: Police contacted an assault victim Feb. 10 at a Warner Avenue address. The victim identified the suspect as an ex-girlfriend who had left on foot. The victim declined to press charges but was advised if the suspect was contacted within four hours, she would be arrested. Less than three hours later, she was taken into custody and taken to the police station for booking.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: A Griffin Avenue resident called police at 5:30 a.m. Feb. 9 reporting that her roommate, who had been drinking, had woken up and began yelling. Police responded, restored the peace and continued their normal patrol.
DRUNK DRIVER: A traffic stop shortly before midnight Feb. 9 on Griffin Avenue resulted in the driver arrested for driving while intoxicated. The subject was taken to the police station for booking and the vehicle was impounded.