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911 calls traced to Watson Street | Enumclaw Police Blotter
ARREST WARRANTS: An Enumclaw officer traveled to Seattle the afternoon of Aug. 27 to pick up a female who was wanted on Enumclaw arrest warrant. She was returned to the city police station for booking. Later in the day, two subjects with Auburn warrants were transported by Enumclaw police to meet with an Auburn officer. At 10:40 p.m., a subject wanted on an Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant was taken into custody by Sumner police; officers from the two cities met and the individual was turned over to Enumclaw and taken to the police station for booking.
911 CALLS: The King County Sheriff's Office reported Aug. 27 the department had received numerous calls from a number that traced to a Watson Street address. City police checked around an apartment complex but could not locate the source of the calls. No issues were found.
NO CONTACT: King County deputies attempted to transfer a female caller on 911 to city police the morning of Aug. 27. The caller said she had been assaulted. Officers were unable to locate anyone and several attempts to call the victim were unsuccessful.
COPPER HEIST: An officer contacted a Garrett Street complainant the morning of Aug. 27 concerning the theft of copper wire. There were no immediate suspects.
WARRANT ARREST: Officers responded at 8:47 a.m. Aug. 26 to a Chinook Avenue location after hearing of a man screaming and tearing off his clothing. The subject was gone when police arrived, but was later found on Cole Street. It was determined he had been involved in a verbal domestic dispute. He was wanted on an Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant and was arrested.
NOTHING WRONG: An employee at a Roosevelt Avenue business notified police the afternoon of Aug. 26 after a man said some "odd things" while in the store. The man departed but was contacted by police before getting too far. It was determined the incident could be the result of mental health issues.