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Venus very bright | Enumclaw Police
BRIGHT LIGHT: A citizen notified police the evening of Dec. 11 of a bright light in the southwest sky that was not moving. An officer confirmed that it appeared to be a star. Online research revealed that Venus was particularly bright that evening.
INMATE TRANSFER: Police were notified the afternoon of Dec. 10 of a subject wanted on an Enumclaw Municipal Court arrest warrant who was being held in the Snohomish County jail. An officer picked up the inmate and returned him to Enumclaw for booking.
SAW BEING SOLD: A citizen alerted police Dec. 10, telling his belief that a chain saw stolen earlier from a vehicle was now being put up for sale on eBay. A report was filed.
PACKAGES STOLEN: Police were told Dec. 10 of packages stolen from the porch of a Randall Place residence.
THREE ARRESTED: Police responded the morning of Dec. 9 to a home on Grand Fir Drive, looking for a suspect in an earlier shoplifting incident. The suspect's vehicle was in front of the residence, but police were told the suspect was out of town; a search of the home confirmed he was not present. Less than an hour later, police initiated a traffic stop on the owner of the Grand Fir residence and found the shoplifting suspect hiding in the back of the vehicle. He was taken into custody. The other two subjects in the vehicle were arrested and booked for making false statements to police.
MONEY TAKEN: A resident at a Mountain View Drive address told police Dec. 9 $150 had been stolen. There were no witness, but an officer was to follow up with potential persons of interest.
ASSAULT ALLEGED: Police responded at 11:36 a.m. Dec. 9 to a Cole Street address following an assault between a resident and an employee. The employee had been suspended, which satisfied the family of the victim; they did not wish to press criminal charges.
DRUG USE: A call to police at 12:13 a.m. Dec. 9 told of possible drug use in the bathroom of a location on Southeast 448th Street. An officer responded, made contact and escorted an individual from the building.
ARREST WARRANT: A man arrived in the police station lobby the evening of Dec. 9, surrendering due to being wanted on an Enumclaw Municipal Court arrest warrant. He was booked into jail.