Stay away from each other | Enumclaw Police

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JUST STAY AWAY: A driver called police at 1:30 a.m. May 5, reporting he was following a vehicle and that the man behind the wheel had threatened him. At the same time, the suspect was in the police station lobby, reporting that he was being followed by someone who was harassing him. Police talked with both parties and told them to stay from each other. An hour later, one of the vehicles parked on Semanski Street; the other vehicle involved in the incident drove past and someone threw something at the parked car. The moving vehicle was stopped and the group inside was warned they would be arrested for harassment if their behavior continued. They agreed to return home.

THREATS MADE: A city woman called police May 4, reporting her daughter was being threatened via text messages and Facebook. They decided to ignore the threats for now.

DISORDERLY PATIENT: Police responded the morning of May 3 to St. Elizabeth Hospital where a disorderly patient had made threats. It was determined no one would press charges and the individual was formally trespassed from the hospital.

MAN CHARGED: After police responded at 9:30 p.m. May 3 to a fight at a Griffin Avenue address, one man was charged with assault. He was booked into the Enumclaw jail.

DISTURBANCE: Police responded at 11:30 p.m. May 2 to a Griffin Avenue location and a disturbance caused by a man threatening to vandalize vehicles in the parking lot. No damage was done and, after an officer made contact, the man agreed to depart.

STOLEN, FOUND: A newer-model truck was found at 3:20 a.m. May 1 in a ditch off state Route 164. King County authorities had the truck towed and asked city police to contact the registered owner to determine what happened. By 7 a.m. the Enumclaw owner had reported the truck had been stolen from a Harding Street location. The owner and truck were reunited.

NEIGHBOR INĀ  NEED: A Warner Avenue resident contacted police at 8 p.m. May 1, reporting that a neighbor was yelling for the police. Police responded, but turned things over to medical personnel.

SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOR: Police responded the morning of May 1 to a report of a woman using drugs in the restroom of a Monroe Avenue business. She was contacted and trespassed from the location.

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