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Man creates disturbance in station | Enumclaw police reports July 19-23
STATION DISTURBANCE: A man created a disturbance in the police station lobby shortly before midnight July 23 by being aggressive, making threats and using profanity. The man departed but was found by an officer, who provided counseling about the inappropriate behavior.
TWO WARRANTS: Enumclaw police received information July 23 regarding the location of a subject wanted on multiple arrest warrants. The subject was taken into custody at a location on 244th Avenue Southeast and booked into the Enumclaw jail on two Bonney Lake warrants.
INMATE MOVED: Officers assisted July 23 with the transfer of a woman from the Pierce County jail to the Enumclaw jail. She was in custody due to an Enumclaw arrest warrant.
NO INJURIES: Police responded at 9:20 p.m. July 23 to the vicinity of Warner Avenue and Summer Place and the scene of a two-car accident. There were no injuries. one vehicle was towed from the scene.
SUSPECT IN CUSTODY: Police were looking July 22 for a female who was reportedly the suspect in an assault that occurred in the Cumberland area. She was said to be driving an Isuzu and headed toward Enumclaw. King County deputies noted they had probable cause to make an arrest for fourth-degree assault. Within the hour, county deputies had the woman in custody; she was delivered to the Enumclaw jail as she was wanted on a city arrest warrant.
GUN HELD: A woman arrived at the police station lobby the night of July 22, dropping off a handgun that had been taken from a Garfield Street residence by a family member. She asked that the gun be held temporarily for safekeeping.
FOUND IN BUCKLEY: Police were told July 22 a vehicle had been stolen during the previous couple of days from a Mountain Villa address. The caller added that his brother had located the vehicle, parked at a business in Buckley. Officers from Enumclaw and Buckley verified the missing vehicle and the owner was notified that he could retrieve the automobile.
SELLING PERMITTED: Police were told July 22 of subjects selling cleaning products door-to-door in the vicinity of McHugh Avenue and Harding Street. The issue was settled upon police contact, when it was confirmed the sellers were in possession of the appropriate license.
STOLEN, RECOVERED: Police took a report the afternoon of July 20 regarding a vehicle stolen from a Roosevelt Avenue address. The following morning, Buckley police recovered the vehicle. The registered owner was contacted.
DRUG POSSESSION: A traffic stop at 9:17 p.m. July 20 resulted in the driver being arrested for drug possession. The incident occurred near Watson Street and Warner Avenue.
JUVENILE TROUBLE: A large group of juveniles was said to be causing a disturbance the night of July 20 at an event on 284th Avenue Southeast. They were gone when police arrived, but event security was concerned the juveniles would return when the event ended at 1 a.m. Officers agreed to provide additional patrol at that time.
VEHICLE PROWLS: A woman told police July 20 her vehicle window was broken and a purse was taken. There were no immediate suspects or leads. On July 21, items were taken from an unlocked vehicle parked on 284th Avenue Southeast.
DISTURBANCE: Police responded at 12:44 a.m. July 20 to a report of a disturbance in a Griffin Avenue parking lot. One person was taken into custody for assault and obstructing a public servant.
UNWANTED: A caller told police July 20 there were unwanted people staying in his apartment without permission. The caller was not in the area but had been advised of the situation. Police responded to the Warner Avenue apartment and found two people. One claimed to be a relative and produced a key. The officer advised they needed to leave and the two complied.
AGENCY ASSIST: Enumclaw police were asked July 19 to locate a subject wanted by Bothell authorities, who had probable cause to make an arrest on theft charges. The subject also was wanted on a felony warrant issued by Renton. The subject was picked up and taken to the Enumclaw police station until Bothell police arrived to take possession.
STOLEN AUTO: The Pierce County Auto Theft Task Force requested July 19 that Enumclaw police check a Chinook Avenue location for stolen vehicles. Officers complied and recovered a stolen vehicle. It was impounded; initial attempts to contact the registered owner were unsuccessful.