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Daughter reported for stealing parent's car | Enumclaw Police
DAUGHTER ARRESTED: An officer responded Oct. 26 to a report of a vehicle theft, with the suspect being the victim's daughter. When police arrived, both the daughter and vehicle were at the house; the daughter was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
MYSTERY LIGHT: A citizen called police at 12:40 a.m. Oct. 25, reporting a red light was shining on a shed, accompanied by a sign stating police should be called if the light was activated. An officer found the building to be secure, but was unsure who owns the building or controls it. A message was left for other city departments.
HIT AND RUN: Police were told at 3:12 a.m. Oct. 25 of a hit-and-run incident involving an unattended vehicle on Kibler Avenue. A suspect was identified and arrested for both investigation of hit-and-run and driving under the influence.
WARRANT ARREST: A man called police the afternoon of Oct. 25, concerned that his ex-spouse would be going to his property and removing a vehicle. Officers responded, made contact and arrested one individual on an Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant. The subject also was found to be wanted on a Buckley warrant.