Enumclaw police reports Oct. 17-20
October 21, 2009 · 4:16 PM
• Police were told the afternoon of Oct. 20 of a prescription that had been altered. A suspect had attempted to use the forged form at a Roosevelt Avenue business. The following day, the suspect was taken into custody by Buckley police, transferred to Enumclaw authorities and charged with prescription forgery.
• A man surrendered Oct. 20 in the lobby of the Enumclaw police station. He was wanted on outstanding arrest warrants for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, telephone harassment, driving with a suspended license and failure to appear for a court date. He was taken into custody and booked; bail was $25,000.
• Police responded to a Fell Street address at 11:15 a.m. Oct. 19 after learning of an unwanted man on the grounds. The subject was gone upon an officer’s arrival and police noted they would contact the Enumclaw School District to determine if the district wanted a “trespass letter” issued. The district agreed, a letter was prepared and was to be given to the suspect.
• Police received two 911 calls, both hang-ups, the evening of Oct. 19. The calls had originated from the manager’s office of a Chinook Avenue apartment complex. The office was closed, but a neighbor reported seeing a couple of kids running from the area.
THEFT FROM AUTO
• A vehicle was broken into the evening of Oct. 19 while parked at Enumclaw High School. Taken were a laptop computer, speakers and other items. There was no damage to the vehicle, which had been left unlocked. Both the driver and a passenger were victims of the theft.
• Police received a 911 call at 8:28 p.m. Oct. 18. A woman's voice could be heard, yelling at someone to get off of her. The phone was initially traced to an address that does not exist, but police were able to track down the caller by contacting her cell phone provider. Officers responded to a Florence Street address and took a man into custody for fourth-degree assault and interfering with a domestic violence report.
• Police responded the afternoon of Oct. 18 to a Wells Street address after hearing of a vehicle that had been driven on the curb, striking a dog. The pet appeared unhurt and the driver denied hitting the animal. The driver was counseled about her driving and the matter was settled.
• An inappropriate message was discovered shortly before 8 a.m. Oct. 17 on the reader board in front of a Fell Street school. An officer could not reach school district staff, but was able to take down the message.
• A city resident returned from being out of town for a couple of days and discovered his apartment had been burglarized. The report was issued Oct. 17 from a Leo Place address. The victim agreed to provide a list of missing items.
• A woman reported her purse had been stolen Oct. 16 from a shopping cart at a Garrett Street address. The brown leather purse contained $10 cash, Social Security card and a debit card. The suspect left the building but was seen on a security camera. Store employees reported seeing the suspect before and agreed to call police if she returned.