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Recklessly driven dirt bike | Enumclaw Police
SHOPLIFTING: An officer responded at 10:26 p.m. Nov. 26 to a Griffin Avenue location, where a shoplifting suspect was still on site. Items were returned to the business and the suspect was ordered to stay away; the business declined to press charges and the suspect was given a ride home.
DIRT BIKE: Police were told the afternoon of Nov. 26 of a recklessly driven dirt bike in the vicinity of Battersby Avenue and Cole Street. The rider was contacted and agreed to walk the bike home; he was to receive a citation in the mail.
FACEBOOK FRIEND: A citizen found a debit card Nov. 25 and located the owner through Facebook. The owner was told the card would be turned over to police and it was quickly claimed.
WALLET STOLEN: A resident told police Nov. 25 a wallet containing $80 had been stolen. Additionally, a gas card had been used to make a $50 purchase.
CAN DESTROYED: A Kibler Avenue resident reported Nov. 25 a garbage can had been used to burn an unidentified item. The can, valued at $40, was a complete loss.
EXPLOSION: An officer on patrol the morning of Nov. 24 observed a bright flash and heard a loud explosion in the vicinity of 244th Avenue Southeast. The area was checked and no problems were found.
ITEMS MISSING: A resident of the Mud Mountain Road area notified police the afternoon of Nov. 24 after finding a box. A packing slip was found, but the listed items were missing from the box. Police notified the intended recipient so she could contact the vendor, noting the apparent theft of property.