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Stolen truck from Sumner found on Battersby Avenue | Enumclaw Police Blotter
NOT WANTED: Police responded at 5:16 a.m. to a Battersby Avenue facility after hearing that security staff were having a problem with an individual. The subject was escorted from the building and then departed.
STOLEN VEHICLE: A resident of 268th Avenue Southeast told police Aug. 24 of a Ford pickup that had been left near his residence. A check of the license plate confirmed the truck had been stolen in Sumner. Prior to police arrival, the pickup was moved by a female driver.
DISTURBANCE: A homeowner request police assistance at 2:50 a.m. Aug. 24 after a bail bondsman arrived to take custody of a subject who was not at the residence. The agent and the reporting party would up in a dispute, which was calmed with police presence. After police confirmed the wanted individual was not there, the bail bond agent departed.