Inappropriate text message between sports league parents | Enumclaw Police

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MISSING iPAD: An officer made contact Feb. 4 with a Warner Avenue resident who reported the theft of an iPad that had been delivered to her home. Contact was made with both the complainant and suspect. The property was returned and the victim did not wish to pursue the matter.

PRISONER PICK-UP: A city corrections officer met Feb. 3 with Everett, Wash., police to pick up a subject wanted on an Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant. The subject was taken to the Enumclaw jail and booked.

RESTRAINING ORDER: A woman arrived at the police station the evening of Feb. 3, telling of an ongoing issue with her estranged husband. She advised she would go to court to obtain a restraining order.

THREATS MADE: An officer contacted a city resident regarding inappropriate text messages that had been sent by another parent associated with a sports league.

BURGLARY: A Wilson Avenue resident told police Feb. 1 items had been stolen by known suspects. A list of missing items was being compiled.

DRUNK DRIVER: Police arrested a motorist at 1:51 a.m. Feb. 1 for driving under the influence. The vehicle was impounded. The incident occurred at Blake Street and state Route 410.

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