Batteries stolen from business | Enumclaw Police

SUSPECT ARRESTED: A theft of batteries from a business on state Route 410 was reported Nov. 15. Store video showed a mini-motorhome as the suspect vehicle and also showed a suspect. A couple of hours later, a suspect was arrested and booked for third-degree  theft.

TAKEN HOME: A resident of Southeast 448th Street called police shortly before 4 a.m. Nov. 16, reporting that someone was knocking on doors and windows of the home. Police responded and contacted the person responsible, who was given a ride home. The subject, who had been drinking, was released to a parent.

DISTRAUGHT: A man called police at 7:45 a.m. Nov. 14, distraught because his wife had left him. Officers checked on his welfare and found everything was fine.

WARRANT ARREST: A subject wanted on an Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant was picked up Nov. 14 at the Stafford Creek Corrections Center, transported to the Enumclaw jail and booked.

MOVE IT: A real estate sign was found Nov. 14 affixed to a stop sign. An officer contacted the person responsible who agreed to remove the sign.

DOMESTIC: Police responded the evening of Nov. 14 to a Semanski Street address and the report of a domestic dispute. Both parties were contacted; the woman involved said she was headed to her mother's for the night, while the man was waiting for a ride back to Tacoma. The issue was settled.


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