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Dog attacked while out on walk | Enumclaw Police Blotter

POSSIBLE ASSAULT: At 11:11 on April 5, a possible assault was witnessed and reported. An unknown male allegedly assaulted his female companion, who got into his white Ford Bronco immediately after. The female then tried to exit through the vehicle window but the male drove off before she could. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

THREATS: At 2:34 pm on April 5, a complaint was filed in regards to a speeding vehicle. The suspect went to his neighbor’s house to threaten him for notifying the police. The suspect was issued a warning to cease the threatening behavior, as well as the speeding.

MISSING PERSON: An officer responded to a missing person report at 9:44 p.m. on April 5. The subject was located and released to a parent.

TRESPASSING: At 3:32 a.m. on April 6, a male and female were seen loitering at a hotel and prowling around the vehicles. Police asked them to leave and not return. The subjects returned, so trespass letters were signed. Subjects were to be released to a parent.

DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE: A domestic dispute was witness at 11:31 a.m. on April 6. The female ran away and returned to the scene later. The male was taken into custody and ultimately booked into the jail.

ANIMAL COMPLAINT: A dog was attacked by two pitbulls while walking near Spring Place at 8:36 p.m. on April 6. The owners are attempting to remedy the situation on their own.

RECKLESS DRIVING: A recklessly driven vehicle was reported at 4:45p.m. at Roosevelt and Griffin. The driver was located by police. Driver was using a GPS and not paying attention to the road. A warning was issued.

THREATS: At the hospital on Battersby, a patient made threats to the nurses on April 7. The subject was admitted for treatment.

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