Police deal with arrest warrants, tool theft | Enumclaw police reports June 19-25

ARREST WARRANTS: A traffic stop at approximately 3:45 a.m. June 25 resulted in two people being booked on outstanding arrest warrants. The driver was arrested on a Black Diamond warrant and for operating a vehicle with a suspended license. A passenger was found to be wanted on a Bonney Lake warrant. The vehicle was impounded.

DISTURBANCE: Police were called at 11:15 a.m. June 25 to a Griffin Avenue location where an intoxicated guest was arguing with an employee and refusing to leave. After police arrived, the subject took a cab to another motel.

TOOL HEIST: Police were told approximately $6,000 worth of tools were stolen from storage units on Commerce Street. The incident was reported the morning of June 24.

HIT AND RUN: Police responded the afternoon of June 24 to a hit-and-run incident that occurred in the parking lot of a Griffin Avenue hotel. There were no injuries.

WHISKEY TAKEN: An officer checked the area June 20 after an employee of a Monrow Avenue store advised that a man and woman had stolen a bottle of liquor valued at $20. The suspects were not located.

VEHICLE PROWL: A Schmid Street resident called police the morning of June 20, reporting tools had been stolen from a work vehicle.

BALLOONS STOLEN: Officers responded the afternoon of June 20 to a Chinook Avenue address after hearing of balloons being stolen. One subject was arrested.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: Juveniles were spotted June 20 cutting the bark off a tree, prompting an officer to respond to Dwight Garrett Park. The subjects were contacted and given a verbal warning.

SCHOOL TARGETED: Police were called June 19 after it was discovered someone had painted the outside walls at Kibler Elementary School.

SODA SNATCHED: Police responded to a Griffin Avenue address the evening of June 19 after four subjects stole four cases of soda valued at $20. They fled in a blue pickup with Arizona license plates.

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