Drunk, fighting | Enumclaw Police Blotter

A disturbance shortly before midnight July 30 had police responding to a Railroad Street location. Then contacted several people involved in a fight; all were intoxicated and police could not determine a primary aggressor or victim. The issue was settled.

  • Wednesday, August 10, 2016 12:03pm
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NUISANCE: Police were told the afternoon of July 30 of loud music coming from a Pioneer Street location; they also were informed there had been several verbal confrontations between neighbors as part of an ongoing issue. Officers made contact and the Pioneer Street resident was to be cited for creating a public nuisance.

DRUNK, FIGHTING: A disturbance shortly before midnight July 30 had police responding to a Railroad Street location. Then contacted several people involved in a fight; all were intoxicated and police could not determine a primary aggressor or victim. The issue was settled.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY: A Christianson Avenue resident told police July 29 of a residential burglary and vehicle prowl. Power tools were missing and there was no sign of forced entry.

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