Unwanted sleeper on back porch | Enumclaw Police

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FELONY WARRANT: An officer on patrol March 24 spotted a person known to be wanted on a King County felony warrant. The suspect was arrested and transported by jail staff to t he Regional Justice Center in Kent. The suspect's vehicle and a dog were released to a family member.

TRAFFIC CONTROL: Officers assisted fire department personnel throughout the day with traffic control at a Semanski Street address. The department had set fire to a structure and was conducting a training drill.

UNWANTED SLEEPER: A Division Street resident called police shortly before 11 a.m. March 23, reporting someone was sleeping on the back porch. Police arrested the intruder for criminal trespass and giving a false statement to an officer. The subject also was wanted on a warrant issued by the Kent Police Department.

BOTHERING EMPLOYEES: Staff at a First Street business notified police at 3:19 a.m. March 23, telling of a man who was bothering an employee. An officer contacted the man, who was known to police, and offered him a ride home, which was refused.

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