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Medical staff call police over threats | Enumclaw Police

THREATS MADE: Staff at a city medical clinic notified police shortly before noon Dec. 23 of a patient who issued threats before departing. Police could not locate the suspect. Clinic management wanted the man trespassed from the site and agreed to assist with prosecution for the threats.

DISTURBANCE: Police responded at 1:22 a.m. Dec. 23 to a Jensen Street facility after hearing of a disorderly patient. An officer assisted as the patient took his medication. All returned to normal.

UNWANTED: Police responded the morning of Dec. 23 to a Roosevelt Avenue business after hearing of an unwanted subject who had just departed. The person was found hitchhiking and ordered to stay away from the business.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON: A citizen called police at 4:30 a.m. Dec. 22, reporting a man sleeping in his vehicle in an apartment parking lot. Police found the man to be intoxicated and provided his with a ride to a friend’s house so he could “sleep it off.”

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