Enumclaw Police Blotter

• A traffic stop at 7:42 p.m. Thursday on 284th Avenue Southeast resulted in one person taken into custody and booked into jail for possession of marijuana.

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• A traffic stop at 7:42 p.m. Thursday on 284th Avenue Southeast resulted in one person taken into custody and booked into jail for possession of marijuana.

• A traffic stop at 9:15 p.m. Thursday on Melody Lane resulted in one person being booked into jail on drug charges and for driving with a suspended license.


• Police were told Thursday that someone had “egged” a home on Wynalda Drive about 1 a.m. There was no damage done and no witness. Extra police patrol was requested.


• Police were called upon the afternoon of March 2 to locate a 7-year-old student who was running from the staff at Kibler Elementary School. The student had refused to remain on school grounds and was seen running toward Loraine Street. Police located the youngster and escorted him back to the school. Parents were contacted.


• A woman told police March 2 of a man driving a white, full-size pickup who was following her and her children. Also, the man had been paying inappropriate attention to her young daughter in a store, the caller said.


• A sex offense occuring at a Warner Avenue address was reported to city police March 4 by the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office. No victims or witnesses had immediately come forward. The matter was referred to detectives.


• Police were told the afternoon of March 4 of men going door-to-door selling siding. Police contacted four subjects, which resulted in one being taken into custody on an outstanding arrest warrant issued by Auburn. The others were advised they could not sell door-to-door without a permit.


• Police responded at 8 p.m. March 4 to a report of one juvenile threatening another juvenile at a Semanski Street location. The parents were to handle the situation.


• A city officer responded to an automobile accident about 3:30 a.m. March 3 in the vicinity of state Route 164 and 236th Avenue Southeast. The officer assisted with traffic control until Washington State Patrol authorities arrived.


• A citizen told police March 3 that she had been advised by her bank that someone had deposited a forged check into her account.


• A Lafromboise Street resident reporrted March 3 that someone had shot out the windshield of a pickup the night before.

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