Road rage incident near White River Amphitheatre | Enumclaw Police

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: A night-shift security guard called police shortly after 5 a.m. Oct. 11, reporting he had interrupted a man going scrap metal and copper wiring at a Roosevelt Avenue property. The suspect departed toward state Route 410 and could not be located. Extra patrol of the area was requested.

ROAD RAGE: Police took a report of a road rage incident that occurred the afternoon of Oct. 11 on state Route 164 near the White River Amphitheatre. Drivers of both vehicles were contacted and opposing stories were given. Due to the location, all were told they would have to contact the Washington State Patrol if they were to pursue the matter.

PARKING COMPLAINT: Police were told Oct. 11 of a vehicle that had been parked at an Olie Ann Place address for several days without moving. An officer marked the tires. The vehicle had not been moved by Oct. 16, resulting in a parking citation being issued. If the vehicle was not moved by Oct. 16, it was to be towed.


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