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Aggressive dog at neghborhood home | Enumclaw Police

ANIMAL COMPLAINT: A Bangert Place resident notified police the morning of Nov. 24, concerned about the aggressiveness of a dog kept at a neighborhood home. The pet owner could not be contacted. Police noted the dog did not appear as aggressive as the neighbor believed. King County Animal Control was advised of the issue and responded.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A female victim called police at 5 a.m. Nov. 23, reporting a man who was drinking had broken her phone. While police were responded, she advised the suspect had departed in his truck. Police stopped the vehicle and arrested the man for driving under the influence. He also was charged with fourth-degree assault and interfering with the reporting of a crime. He was taken to the police station and booked while his truck was impounded.

STAY AWAY: A woman contacted police the afternoon of Nov. 23, complaining that her ex-husband was at her Florence Street residence and removing items. The woman signed a trespass order to prevent her ex-husband from returning. An officer located the man and served the order, which he refused to sign.

 

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