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Multiple reports or wrong-way driver | Enumclaw police reports April 26-May 1
WRONG LANE: Police took multiple reports at approximately 7:35 a.m. May 1 about a driver traveling the wrong direction in a lane of Warner Avenue. The female motorist was stopped near Watson Street where, she said, she had run out of gas. She was given a ride to get more fuel and warned about her inattentive driving.
RECKLESS: A white Buick sedan was being driven recklessly at 7 a.m. May 1, traveling east on state Route 410 with three males aboard. The driver was reportedly speeding and passing other cars on the shoulder of the road. Police searched and found nothing, then notified the Washington State Patrol.
DOMESTIC ASSAULT: The morning of May 1, police were dispatched to a Grand Fir Drive residence following a report of a domestic disturbance between a man and a woman. The male subject was taken into custody for fourth-degree assault. During the booking process, he refused to sign a no-contact order.
HEAVY SMOKE: Police were called the morning of May 1 to assist the fire department at a Roosevelt Avenue address, where heavy smoke was coming from a commercial business due to a malfunctioning heater.
CHARGED, RELEASED: Police responded the evening of April 30 to a Garrett Street address where a person was taken into custody for a weapon violation and creating a public nuisance. He was taken into custody and later released after posting bail; his vehicle was released to a girlfriend.
CIVIL, NOT CRIMINAL: Police were dispatched April 30 to a Myrtine Street address following a report of a residential burglary. After contacting the parties involved, an officer determined it was an ongoing issue regarding property. The city attorney confirmed it was a civil issue and no charges were to be filed.
DOGS ALLOWED: Police were notified April 30 about two pit bulls running loose in the vicinity of Harding Street. An officer followed one of the dogs to its residence, where the owner provided paperwork confirming the dogs are American bulldogs, not pit bulls, and are allowed in the city.
VEHICLE PROWL: Police were told the morning of April 29 of a vehicle that had been prowled the previous night at a Mountain View Drive address. A window had been broken but nothing was taken.
HEALTH CONCERN: An officer visited a home April 29 on Wallace Avenue to check on a woman. The situation was settled for the night and the woman said she would contact her counselor the following day.
NOISE COMPLAINT: Police were alerted at 11:30 p.m. April 29 to loud noise coming from a Natalie Place residence, possibly involving juveniles in some sort of altercation. Officers made contact and the party was shut down for the night.
BROTHERLY BATTLE: Police responded shortly before noon April 28 to a Melody Lane address and a report of a domestic assault involving two brothers. One was arrested.
WELFARE CHECK: Police were told the afternoon of April 28 about a young child left alone in a vehicle in a Roosevelt Avenue parking lot. Officers responded, located the parents and counseled them about leaving the child unattended.
UNHAPPY PATRON: An unhappy customer called police at 11 p.m. April 28 regarding service by a Railroad Avenue bartender. The customer had been "cut off" for the night and contacted police, claiming the bartender was being abusive. The issue was settled upon police contact.
MONEY STOLEN: An Elmont Avenue resident called police April 27 after catching a family member stealing money. A suspect was arrested and booked for theft and criminal trespass.
DRUG CONCERN: A resident of 268th Avenue Southeast notified police April 27, concerned that his son may be involved in drug activity. An officer made contact and advised the father of his options. No crime was witnessed and the son was not in possession of drugs.
JUVENILE TROUBLE: An officer responded to a Harmony Lane address April 27 after learning of a girl who had been calling an Idaho resident at 3 a.m. the past few days. The complainant had asked her to stop calling but she refused. Contact was made with parents who agreed to handle the situation.
DISTURBANCE: Officers responded at 6:20 a.m. April 26 to a Semanski Street address and a report of an unwanted subject. Contact was made and officers settled a disagreement between the complainant and her ex-husband.
CARS SPRAYED: Police took three reports April 26 regarding vehicles being spray painted. Two incidents took place on Griffin Avenue and the t hid was son Semanski Street. Also, a report was filed about a stop sign being hit with spray paint at Roosevelt Avenue and Semanski Street.
THREATENING: Police heard April 26 from a Porter Street resident who felt threatened by a known subject who walks by his house. Officers responded and advised the citizen about obtaining an anti-harassment order. Less than two hours later, the victim called again. A suspect was arrested and booked on a warrant issued by Enumclaw Municipal Court.