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ONE CITATION: Police responded the evening of April 24 to a Cole Street location following a report of an attempted assault. Officers made contact with both parties and told t hem to go their separate ways. One suspect was issued a citation for reckless endangerment.

NOT WANTED: A person who had previously been trespassed from a city grocery store had returned on April 23, prompting a call from store staff. It was found the trespass letter had expired, so the business asked that a new one be issued. The request was granted.

KID SEATBELT: A parent entered the police lobby April 23, explaining she was having issues with her 3-year-old, who would not keep her seatbelt on. Both parties were counseled and the issue was settled.

SEVERAL HOMES HIT: A McHugh Avenue resident told police April 23 someone had stolen items from his home and pawned them in Bonney Lake. A suspect had been identified. Also on the 23rd, a Washington Avenue resident notified police of several tools taken from his home. The same day, a Florence Street resident reported a home burglary. There were no immediate suspects in the latter cases.

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