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Vehicle reported stolen but was impounded | Enumclaw Police

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PIPES BURST: An officer on patrol at 3:45 a.m. Feb. 7 spotted water pipes that had frozen and burst in the vicinity of Roosevelt Street and Griffin Avenue. The officer stood by until the Fire Department and Water Department could respond. Water was shut off to two businesses and representatives from both were notified.

 

SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A Homeland Security officer made contact the afternoon of Feb. 7 with a man who was on the roof of a house on Florence Street. The reporting party was concerned it was a burglary in progress. It was determined no crime was being committed.

 

DRUG CONCERN: A man arrived at the police station lobby Feb. 7, stating a concern that  his adult son was involved with drugs. An officer provided information and options.

 

NOT STOLEN: A city resident called police the evening of Feb. 7, reporting a vehicle had been stolen. It was determined the vehicle was not stolen, but had been impounded earlier in the day. An officer advised the owner of the situation.

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