Paraphernalia discovered | Enumclaw Police

PARAPHERNALIA: An employee of a First Street business discovered drug paraphernalia while cleaning. An officer removed the item, which was to be destroyed.

FELONY ARREST: Police responded the morning of April 3 to a Cole Street location where an unknown man was pounding on the door. Police contacted the man, who said he had simply wanted to use the phone, and the issue was settled. It was quickly discovered, however, that the man was wanted on a felony warrant issued by the state Department of Corrections. He was arrested and booked into the Enumclaw jail, then later released to staff from the Department of corrections.

INMATE RETRIEVED: A city officer traveled April 1 to the SCORE jail in Des Moines to pick up a subject wanted on an Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant.

NOT ILLEGAL: Staff at the local post office notified police April 1 of a male petitioner in front of the building. An officer reported no laws were being broken, so there was no incident to respond to.

NOT GUNSHOTS: Officers responded the evening of April 1 to a Ventura Court address after taking a report of possible gunshots in the area. Contact was made and it was determined to be fireworks involved. Those responsible were advised of city ordinances and the matter was settled.



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