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Man on Griffin Avenue arrested for assault | Enumclaw Police

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VEHICLE PROWLS: Numerous items were taken from a vehicle parked at a Roosevelt Avenue address. The incident was reported shortly after 6 a.m. Jan. 22. Renton authorities recovered a briefcase, GPS unit and wallet later in the day; however, a camera, cell phone and Social Security card remained missing. The same day, vehicle prowls were reported be victims living on Johnson Street and Pioneer Street.

 

DOMESTIC ASSAULT: Police responded the evening of Jan. 22 to a Chinook Avenue address after hearing of a domestic situation. A female was arrested and booked for fourth-degree assault. She was released upon receipt of bail.

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A Jan. 20 caller told police of a possible domestic disturbance between a man and woman. The female was walking and crying in the vicinity of Warner Avenue and Noble Fir Court. She was contacted and claimed to just be upset due to a break-up. She soon arrived at the police station, reporting she had been assaulted. She was checked by medical personnel. The male involved in the situation was located and taken into custody.

 

THEFT REPORTED: Police responded Jan. 19 to a Watson Street residence where a citizen reported a vehicle had been stolen. Further investigation revealed the vehicle had been impounded earlier in the day by the Washington State Patrol, after it was found in a ditch along state Route 410.

 

ASSAULT REPORTED: Late on Jan. 18 police received a third-party report of an assault that had just occurred at a Griffin Avenue location. After contacting all parties, police arrested a man for fourth-degree assault; he was taken to the police station and booked.

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