Combative patient | Enumclaw Police Blotter

Police received a request the evening of Sept. 8 to stand by at St. Elizabeth Hospital until medics arrived with a combative patient. An officer remained in the area until the patient was calm.

  • Tuesday, September 20, 2016 1:16pm
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DISPUTE: Police responded the evening of Sept. 9 to a Kibler Avenue address to handle a civil issue between a tenant and landlord. The issue was settled upon officer contact.

COMBATIVE: Police received a request the evening of Sept. 8 to stand by at St. Elizabeth Hospital until medics arrived with a combative patient. An officer remained in the area until the patient was calm.

INMATE RETRIEVED: Local authorities met the morning of Sept. 7 with a Bellevue officer who was in possession of a woman wanted on a warrant issued by Enumclaw Municipal Court. She was delivered to the city police station for booking.

 

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