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Hay load lost | Buckley Police Blotter

SEVERAL CHARGES: Police stopped a vehicle June 4 at the intersection of Mundy Loss Road and state Route 410 after learning the registration had expired in 2009. The driver was placed under arrest because he was in possession of a suspended license; he also was cited the expired registration and having no proof of insurance.

 

CLIENT ASSAULT: Police responded the afternoon of June 2 to Rainier School and a reported client-on-client assault. No injuries were reported.

 

RESIDENTIAL THEFT: An officer was dispatched the afternoon of May 30 to a Collins Road apartment after a man complained that someone had taken money and jewelry. Police contacted his son, who admitted to taking money from a cabinet and a ring that he had been wearing.

 

DRUNK, ARRESTED: An intoxicated man who was unable to stand was located at 2:30 a.m. May 30 in the yard of a private residence. The elderly man was seated in a chair, told police he had been drinking and was attempting to get home. It was determined he was wanted on an outside warrant and was arrested.

 

WARRANT ARREST: At 11 a.m. May 29 a Buckley officer went to a Cedar Street address and contacted a man who was wanted on an outstanding warrant. He was arrested and booked into the Enumclaw jail.

 

HAY THERE: The afternoon of May 29, an officer responded to the vicinity of Ryan Road and state Route 165, where an Enumclaw driver had lost an unsecured load of hay. Another Enumclaw man arrived to offer assistance and also was found to be hauling an unsecured load of hay. Both received infractions for failing to secure a load. The hay was moved from the scene in smaller loads.

 

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