Officer assist with fleeing vehcile | Enumclaw Police Blotter

FLEEING VEHICLE: Enumclaw police were called upon at 7:46 a.m. Aug. 25 to assist Buckley officers with a fleeing vehicle. The suspect vehicle traveled through Enumclaw but could not be located. City police then helped Buckley authorities gather evidence that had been tossed from the fleeing vehicle along Railroad Street between Stevenson and Initial avenues. Those items were turned over to Buckley police.

BURGLAR ARRESTED: The morning of Aug. 25 police arrested a man wanted for residential burglary and malicious mischief. He was read his Miranda rights, taken to the police station and booked.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY: Police were informed Aug. 25 of a residential burglary that occurred sometime during the week prior. Taken were several rings and cameras.

THEFT OF SERVICE: A subject was provided a taxi ride the afternoon of Aug. 25, but disappeared without paying the $14 fee. An officer searched the area of Porter Street but could not locate the suspect.

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