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Assault at baseball field | Enumclaw Police
SHOPLIFTING: A shoplifter was detained April 16 by employees at a Roosevelt Avenue business. No charges were filed but it was determined the suspect was wanted on an outside arrest warrant; the suspect was booked into the Enumclaw jail.
CIVIL MATTER: A citizen told police April 15 a neighbor had been going to a nearby foreclosed property and leaving debris, while the former owner was attempting to clean up. Police determined it was a civil matter and would have to involve whatever bank had become the legal owner.
ASSAULT ARREST: An assault reportedly occurred April 14 at a baseball field. A suspect was located, arrested and booked for fourth-degree assault/domestic violence.
PARENTS CONCERNED: Parents arrived at the police station lobby April 14, expressing concern about comments that had been made to their daughter. An officer referred them to Child Protective Services.
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: A shoplifting incident was recorded April 14 at a Roosevelt Avenue business. Several hours passed before employees noticed items had been stolen. An officer responded to take a report.
DISPUTE HANDLED: Officers responded the afternoon of April 14 to a reported domestic dispute. It turned out to be a mother providing guidance to her daughter and the situation was handled.