No one hurt when shots are fired | Enumclaw police reports April 19-23

SHOTS FIRED: City police were asked April 23 to watch for a suspect who had fired two shots in the air at a location on state Route 164 near the Muckleshoot Reservation. No one was hurt during the incident and a victim declined to pursue charges. The suspect's Chevrolet Suburban was not located.

MISSING GIRLS: Two female juveniles left their Enumclaw home at 2 a.m. April 23 and were still missing at 11 a.m. when a police report was generated. At 9:30 that evening the two were located by Auburn police and released to their parents.

THREATENING: Staff at a Griffin Avenue location called police the afternoon of April 22 after a man arrived for an appointment and then threatened to become physically violent. It was noted the man was currently not taking medications that had been prescribed. He was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital.

WELFARE CHECK: Police were asked April 22 to check on a man despondent over a recent breakup with a girlfriend. The man admitted to making suicidal statements due to being upset.

GRAFFITI: An officer responded April 22 to a report of graffiti on the outside of a restroom building at McFarland Park. There were no suspects.

DISTURBANCE: A report of possible domestic violence in progress has police responding April 22 to a Roosevelt Avenue address. It was determined a court petitioner was contacting a respondent at his place of employment. The woman was advised to leave and police stood by until she was picked up.

AUTO THEFT: Police took a report of a vehicle stolen the afternoon of April 21 from a Roosevelt Avenue address. The 1994 Nissan Sentra was recovered that evening by Pierce County deputies. A suspect was taken into custody and the vehicle was impounded to the South Hill precinct.

THREE WARRANTS: An Enumclaw officer met with a Pierce County deputy April 21 to take custody of a subject who was wanted on three Enumclaw Municipal Court warrants. The individual was transported to the Enumclaw jail and booked.

VEHICLE PROWL: Speakers were taken during a vehicle prowl that was reported the afternoon of April 20. The incident occurred at a Roosevelt Avenue address.

SHOPLIFTING: A shoplifting incident was reported to police at 4:39 p.m. April 20. The suspect was last seen on foot but could not be located. The reporting party chose not to prosecute.

UNWANTED SUBJECT: Police were called at 10 a.m. April 19 to a Garrett Street address after hearing of a person yelling at customers. The subject was last seen walking toward Railroad Avenue but could not be located.

INJURY ACCIDENT: Police responded at 2:39 p.m. April 19 to the intersection of Cole Street and Battersby Avenue, the scene of a two-car injury accident. Both vehicles were privately towed.

NO LICENSE: A traffic stop at 8 p.m. April 19 turned up a driver who was behind the wheel while in possession of a suspended license. The driver was arrested and the vehicle impounded.

UNDER THE INFLUENCE: A traffic stop at 11:10 p.m. April 19 at Watson Street and state Route 410 resulted in motorist arrested for driving under the influence. The driver was taken to the station for booking and the vehicle was impounded.


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