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Officer called to assault on Cole Street | Enumclaw Police Blotter
DISTURBANCE: Police were called the evening of July 28 to a Burger Place address where a family member had been drinking, was threatening to harm himself and was attempting to drive a vehicle. Police contacted the individual in question, then contacted emergency medical personnel who transported the person to St. Elizabeth.
ASSAULT: Police responded the afternoon of July 27 to a reported assault in the vicinity of Cole Street and Griffin Avenue. The parties had been separated and the assailant had fled the scene. No one wished to press charges. An officer provided one person a ride home.
TWO ACCIDENTS: Police learned of two accidents July 27 at the intersection of Farman Street and state Route 410. The first was at 4:36 p.m. and involved two vehicles; the second was at 6:10 p.m. and involved three vehicles.Both incidents were handled by Washington State Patrol troopers.
RV INCIDENT: Police took a report the morning of July 27 regarding a recreational vehicle that had been backed into a ticket booth at the Enumclaw Expo Center. The RV driver advised a parking employee of the incident. Police responded and left a card on the RV, asking that the driver contact them.
NO CAMPING: Police were asked July 27 to provide extra patrol in a Roosevelt Avenue neighborhood due to a man believed to be camping in a wooded area. Local business owners were advised to notify police if the man returned. When an officer checked the location, the man was missing but some of his camping gear was present.
VANDALISM TO HOME: Police were told the morning of July 26 a vacant house on Paramount Drive had been broken into and vandalized. Officer confirmed both the break-in and the damage done.
AID GIVEN: Police assisted medical personnel July 26 with a disoriented person who had wandered into a city business. The person was treated at the scene and given a courtesy ride to a residence.