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Man has head laceration, woman arrested | Enumclaw police reports July 12-16

DOMESTIC ASSAULT: Police responded at 8:30 p.m. July 16 to a Cole Street address and a report of a domestic dispute in progress. The man involved in the incident had departed and was found on Florence Street; he was treated by medical personnel for a head laceration. A female was taken into custody for fourth-degree assault.

POOL PROBLEM: An unwanted male struck a female and scared other swimmers the evening of July 16 at the city pool. The subject originally refused to leave, but departed shortly before officers arrived. He was located and ordered to stay away from the pool for one year. His victim did not wish to pursue assault charges.

NO CAMPING: Police made contact July 16 with suspects who were said to be camping in a vacant commercial building on Cole Street. They were told to leave the area and take their belongings with them. One of the men was taken into custody and transferred due to a Federal Way arrest warrant.

MINOR IN POSSESSION: Fire personnel noticed a person acting strange the evening of July 16 at a Battersby Avenue site. Police made contact and making an arrest for minor in possession.

COURTESY RIDES: An officer on patrol at 1:16 a.m. July 15 observed a person walking on state Route 410 at Warner Avenue. The pedestrian was given a ride to Buckley. Shortly before 4 p.m. on the 15th an officer contacted a man sleeping on the grass in the vicinity of Griffin Avenue and Fell Street. The man was homeless and hoping to get to Tacoma; the officer provided a courtesy transport as far as Bonney Lake.

UNWANTED: Police were told the afternoon of July 15 of an unwanted person arguing with employees at a Cole Street coffee stand. The subject was contacted and told to stay away from the business.

TRAFFIC HAZARD: Police heard July 14 of a man riding a three-wheeler on Cole Street, once with an infant in front who was not wearing a helmet. The man was contacted at a Davis Avenue residence and warned to halt such activity.

DOMESTIC SITUATION: Police responded at 9:20 p.m. July 14 to a Cole Street address and an argument involving a man and a woman. The man was taken into custody for making false statements and on two arrest warrants.

VEHICLE PROWL: A vehicle was prowled July 13 at a Roosevelt Avenue location. Items valued at approximately $300 were taken.

DRUNK DRIVER: A traffic stop at midnight on July 13 resulted in the motorist being arrested and booked for driving under the influence. A passenger in the automobile was arrested on a Federal Way warrant. The vehicle was impounded.

FIREWORKS: A Farrelly Street resident reported hearing fireworks shortly before 10 a.m. July 13. Police contacted the person responsible, who said he had no more fireworks and was done for  the night.

OPEN BOTTLE: Police were told at 11:20 p.m. July 13 of a woman walking along Griffin Avenue with an open bottle of vodka. When contacted, the woman said she had taken the alcohol from juveniles. It was properly discarded and the woman went on her way.

THREATS, ASSAULT: A woman told police July 12 she had received threatening text messages from her ex-husband. Officers responded and determined an assault had occurred earlier. A report was taken.

SUSPICIOUS: An officer responded July 12 to a report of a gun left on the ground in a Cole Street parking lot. It was determined the item was a toy cap gun; it was taken and was to be destroyed.

LAPTOP TAKEN: Police were told the afternoon of July 12 a laptop computer and its case were taken from a Griffin Avenue hotel room.

TRIED TO RUN: Enumclaw police were called July 12 to hep Buckley police who were serving a warrant on a female at a residence on Southeast 432nd Street. The subject tried to run from the Buckley police but was taken into custody. She had two felony arrest warrants, two misdemeanor warrants and had the additional charge of resisting arrest. She was transferred to Auburn due to one of the outstanding warrants.

 

 

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