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One theft interrupted, vehicle theft successful | Enumclaw police reports May 17-20

THEFT INTERRUPTED: Suspects in a Volkswagen Jetta attempted to take a set of speakers that were for sale in a Roosevelt Avenue parking lot. The incident occurred the afternoon of May 20 and the attempted theft was thwarted by the reporting party, who did not want to pursue charges if the suspects were located.

VEHICLE THEFT: A Leo Place notified police at 6:17 a.m. May 20, reporting the theft of a vehicle during the previous evening. A report was taken and the vehicle was entered into the system.

MINOR IMPAIRED: Police received a call shortly before 11 p.m. May 20 regarding a male walking in traffic on Griffin Avenue. The subject was located, arrested and booked for being a minor in possession of alcohol.

ROBBERY: Police learned at 1:19 a.m. May 19 someone used a knife during an attempted robbery at a Garrett Street location. The area was checked and a suspect could not be located.

THREATS MADE: Police received a call at 3:49 a.m. May 18  from a Hansen Street resident who complained he had received threats via text messaging. The victim was advised of his options and further advised to not allow the suspect back into his home. The suspect was contacted and counseled regarding his actions.

BURGLAR DETAINED: Police received a request May 18 from King County authorities, who related that a resident of 284th Avenue Southeast had interrupted a burglary in progress and detained one of the suspects. Officers responded and secured the scene until county authorities arrived.

THREE CHARGED: After hearing of a possible intoxicated driver, police stopped a vehicle at 2:04 a.m. May 17 on Roosevelt Avenue. The driver was arrested for being a minor in possession of alcohol and driving under the influence; two passengers were arrested for shoplifting at a nearby grocery store. All were taken to the police station for booking.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Police responded at 5 a.m. May 17 to a Myrtine Street address, where family members would not allow a man into the home. He then broke a window to get  inside, but departed before police arrived. Police took reports regarding malicious mischief and violation of a no-contact order, with citations to be mailed.

 

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