– Police checked on the welfare of a known subject who had been drinking. Medical personnel were called to Stevenson Avenue and Railroad Street and the individual was turned over to the aid crew.
– A resident was reported missing from a city assisted living facility. The situation was resolved while police were at the scene; the resident had gone to dinner with friends who failed to follow the “check out” procedure.
– A citizen arrived at the police station lobby, complaining about semi-trucks parking/loading at a Blake Street location and causing traffic hazards. Police contacted the business responsible for the trucks; the freight company was to be contacted about no longer parking in the area.
– City police were contacted by an Auburn woman, whose daughter had reportedly been in Enumclaw the day before. The mother wanted to file a missing-person report. During the reporting process, it was learned that the daughter’s car had been impounded in Yakima; the daughter, also an Auburn resident, was deceased in her vehicle.
– A citizen registered a traffic complaint surrounding a neighbor’s home-building project. The caller said construction equipment was blocking a portion of 232nd Avenue Southeast. Officers responded, determined there was no other place the equipment could be parked and further decided it was not a traffic hazard.
– Things developed quickly after police were dispatched at 4:15 p.m. to a domestic assault in the 32300 block of Fifth Avenue. The suspect fled on foot but was located, and arrested, in nearby woods. He was then taken by ambulance to Enumclaw’s St. Elizabeth Hospital after making suicidal threats. Assault charges were to be filed with the court.
– It was just after noon when an individual was walking a trail in the Ten Trails development and found what he believed to be a human skull. The citizen directed police to the location, where they confirmed it was a human head. The King County Major Crimes Unit responded and took control of the investigation.
– At approximately 10:15 a.m. a female arrived at the police station, reporting she had found a vial of cocaine in the dryer at her residence. None of her roommates claimed ownership. The cocaine was taken and planned for destruction.