DUIs, suicide threat and traffic collisions | Buckley Police Blotter

Police responded to an automobile accident at 112th Street East and state Route 165, traveled to Carbonado after hearing of a domestic dispute and went to Rainier School after being told of a suicide threat.

  • Tuesday, August 23, 2016 1:38pm
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AUGUST 13: Police responded to an automobile accident at 112th Street East and state Route 165, traveled to Carbonado after hearing of a domestic dispute and went to Rainier School after being told of a suicide threat.

AUGUST 12: Officers responded to a pair of medical aid calls, one in Wilkeson and the other in Buckley. A report at 9:46 p.m. told of a traffic accident at Mundy Loss Road and SR 410.

AUGUST 11: The day brought three motorists stopped for driving under the influence: the first was at 9:54 a.m., the second at 4:14 p.m. and the third at 11:58 p.m., all on SR 410. Police also were involved in a death investigation at Rainier School.

AUGUST 10: The department took calls regarding graffiti at a C Street location, an alleged assault at Rainier School, a noise complaint from a Couls Avenue address and a trespassing incident.

 

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