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Enumclaw police reports July 19-21
FAMILY TROUBLE: Police responded the morning of July 21 to a report of a man sitting in the vicinity of Gossard Place and Kibler Avenue. The man said he wanted to talk to his mother about getting a ride to court; the mother indicated she wanted to have no contact with he son and didn't want him near her property. The man was advised to leave the area and the mother was told how to obtain a no-contact order.
NOISE COMPLAINT: Police received 11 calls between 10:27 and 11:55 p.m. July 21, all from people living near the Enumclaw Expo Center and all complaining about the volume of a Creation 2010 concert.
GUNSHOT VICTIM: Officers responded to a grocery store parking lot shortly after midnight July 20 after taking a report of a gunshot victim. It was determined the incident occurred in Carbnado. Pierce County authorities also responded. The victim was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center.
BURGLARY: Police responded the morning of July 20 to a burglary at a home on Grand Fir Drive. Stolen items included a Dell computer system and Nintendo Wii. Later in the day, a neighbor called, telling police some of the stolen property was found in her son's closet. The property was returned to the owner.
VEHICLE THEFT: Police learned July 20 of a 2005 Dodge pickup stolen from a jobsite on state Route 410. A wallet, tools and other items were taken along with the truck.
MALICIOUS: There were four reports issued early July 20 involving spray paint/tagging. One was to a Watson Street motorhome; two were to Roosevelt Avenue buildings; and a fourth was to a building on Watson Street.
WARRANT ARREST: Enumclaw Regional Hospital security requested police assistance shortly before midnight July 20, asking for help locating a subject who was somewhere in the facility. The subject was located, found to be wanted on a Maple Valley arrest warrant and taken into custody.
GOOD SAMARITAN: A citizen arrived at the police station lobby at 12:43 a.m. July 19, delivering a man he found wandering on state Route 169 in the vicinity of Southeast 416th Street. An officer was finally able to reach a relative in Seattle. Through the senior center, arrangements were made to transport the man to his relative. By 7:45 a.m., police heard the man was safely with his grandson in Seattle.
AGENCY ASSIST: Enumclaw police were contacted July 19 by Kent Police Department officers who were searching for a vehicle that had been involved in a hit-and-run incident. The identified driver had lived in Enumclaw but was no longer at the city address; current homeowners were able to provide information, which was turned over to the Kent police.