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Pot plants pulled | Enumclaw Police News
POT PULLED: A citizen told police June 10 or marijuana growing at a Cole Street address. An officer checked the area and found small plants growing in public view. The plants were pulled and destroyed.
ASSAULT ALLEGED: An emergency room nurse at St. Elizabeth Hospital requested police assistance June 10 after a woman said she had been assaulted several days earlier. When an officer responded the woman was gone.
ASSAULT ARREST: An officer responded at 2 a.m. June 9 to a Florence Street address to remove an unwanted subject. While transporting the man to a local motel, an investigation revealed a domestic violence incident had occurred. The man was arrested and booked for fourth-degree assault.
NO FIGHT: Police were told June 9, shortly after midnight, of two men fighting in the vicinity of Griffin Avenue and Railroad Street. An officer responded and found two friends who were practicing martial arts.
PARASAILERS: Police took a call the afternoon of June 7 regarding a parachutist in distress. Officers responded and found someone who had been parasailing, landed and was caught in trees. A second parasailor was located in a field off McDougall. Both were unhurt. The two were united so they could wait for a ride back to Issaquah, where they had launched.
UNWANTED: Police were told June 6 that people were living in a storage unit and a tent on apartment property. Police arrived, located the tent but found no one.
ITEMS MISSING: Police were told June 6 that items were missing from a storage unit on state Route 410. The reporting party was to provide a list of stolen items and security cameras were to be accessed.
CIVIL ISSUE: A woman notified police June 6, reporting that items had been removed from her home by her soon-to-be ex-husband. She was advised to contact her attorney because it was a civil issue.
STOLEN VEHICLE: A Semanski Street resident notified police at 5:30 a.m. June 6, telling of a vehicle that had been stolen during the night. The missing 2014 automobile was found at 1:30 p.m. the same day by Tacoma police. The registered owner was notified.
EHS VANDALISM: Police took a report June 5 concerning graffiti on 80 percent of the walls at Enumclaw High School. The damage and clean-up was estimated at $2,000.
TOO AGGRESSIVE: A Clovercrest Street resident called police June 4, reporting an aggressive door-to-door salesperson. An officer contacted the solicitor and advised him of city ordinances regulating such sales.