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No contact violation | Enumclaw Police

NO CONTACT: Police were told Sept. 17 of a possible violation of a no-contact order at a May Court address. Police responded and found a man inside the home; he was taken into custody and booked for the violation.

THEFTS REPORTED: An unsecured mountain bike was reported stolen the afternoon of Sept. 16 from a Wells Street location. The same day, a resident of Pioneer Street told police items had been stolen the previous weekend from a shed. Also the weekend prior, beer was reportedly stolen from a Griffin Avenue location.

DOMESTIC: Police responded the afternoon of Sept. 16 to the possible location of a domestic incident in progress but found nothing amiss. That evening, Auburn police came in contact with the involved parties; a man was arrested due to outstanding King County arrest warrants while a woman was delivered to the Enumclaw police station to provide a formal statement.

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