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ENUMCLAW POLICE BLOTTER

DUI: A traffic stop at 6:24 p.m. July 4 resulted in a female driver taken into custody and booked into jail on suspicion of driving under the influence. Her vehicle was removed from 284th Avenue Southeast and impounded.

YOUTHS BEHAVING BADLY: At 7:47 p.m. July 4, officer attempted to locate two juvenile females with a tall juvenile male, as well as a grown man in a blue shirt with a child in a yellow shirt. All of the subjects were last seen at the intersection of Cole Street and Roosevelt Avenue. They were suspected of panhandling and purchasing alcohol underage. The officer found the females, one of whom had a warrant that was unable to be confirmed. She was released to her parents, whom were instructed to contact juvenile court.

COVERING UP THE ARGUMENT: An officer responded July 5 to loud music coming from a van parked on Wells Street. Inside, two people were in the middle of an argument. The situation settled down as soon as the officer intervened, and they agreed to keep the noise level down.

UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT: The police department received two reports July 5 of a suspicious object in the sky moving toward Mount Rainier. It was described as large and bright orange before it suddenly disappeared. The department checked with Mount Rainier authorities, but nothing was reported in that area. Object may have been a parachute flare.

HIT AND RUN: An elderly person was the victim of a hit and run accident July 6. The victim was contacted by an officer at home on Monroe Avenue, where insurance information was given for the report.

NOT DUI BUT READY TO PARTY: A man who appeared to be intoxicated was reported driving his white Volvo through a drive-through with an open container in his lap July 6. He was pulled over on Garrett Street by an officer. The man was negative for driving under the influence, but he was cited for carrying an open container and driving without insurance.

AN EXPLOSIVE COMBINATION: Fireworks were reported in a Battersby Avenue parking lot July 6. Sparks came through the window of the reporting person, who was using her oxygen tank. The children using the fireworks agreed to leave and the reporting woman refused aid, but the officer arranged for extra patrol.

WARRANT ARREST: Officers contacted two subjects July 7 on Roosevelt Avenue near the state Route 410 intersection. Both had left the scene of a motor vehicle accident in the Flaming Geyser area, generating a warrant with the city of Auburn. Both were taken into custody to be transported to Auburn and the King County Sheriff’s Office was notified of the accident information. The vehicle the two women were driving at the time of the accident was later found on 236th Ave SE.

TOILET ARSON: A person driving on Warner Avenue July 7 reported a Port-A-Potty on fire. No explosion was heard and no suspect was seen leaving the area.

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