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Reckless and drunk driver arrested | Enumclaw Police Blotter

GRAFFITI: Police were told the morning of Sept. 3 someone used a Sharpie to write on 350 to 400 bricks at a First Street location. It was not immediately known how much it would cost to clean up the damage.

TWO CHARGES: Notification of a recklessly-driven vehicle, headed south out of Black Diamond on state Route 169, was given at 6:20 a.m. Sept. 2. Enumclaw police, along with a State Patrol trooper, stopped the suspect vehicle at 264th Avenue Southeast. The driver was taken into custody and booked for driving under the influence and resisting arrest. The vehicle was impounded.


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RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY: Police took a report the afternoon of Sept. 2 regarding a residential burglary at a Mountain View Drive address.

AUTO THEFT: A Myrtine Street resident reported Sept. 2 a vehicle had been stolen and also was able to provide information about a possible suspect. Renton police reported having seen the vehicle and a Renton store was able to provide video assistance. By 11 p.m. Renton police had recovered the vehicle and contacted the registered owner.

TEEN TROUBLE: Three teenage girls were seen at 2:05 a.m. Sept. 1 throwing traffic cones into the roadway and knocking a mailbox off its stand. Police checked the area of Warner Avenue and 244th Avenue Southeast but could locate the juveniles. The cones and mailbox were removed from the road.

TRAFFIC HAZARD: A stop sign was discovered Sept. 1 facing the wrong direction at the intersection of Marion Street and Initial Avenue. An officer was able to provide a temporary fix, then notified city crews for a permanent repair.

 

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