Noise calls | Enumclaw Police Blotter
NOISE CALLS: Officers were twice called during the latter hours of Sept. 10 to a site on 244th Avenue Southeast, due to loud music. A group in the building had contracted to use the building until 1 a.m., but agreed to turn down the volume and keep doors closed.
DOMESTIC: Police were called at 11:39 p.m. Sept. 10 to a Jewell Street address due to a dispute among family members. Officers contacted people on the scene and determined no crime had been committed; an area check for others involved turned up negative.
FRAUD: Police took a report Sept. 9 of a suspect in a fraud case at a Roosevelt Avenue address. The individual was taken into custody and a motorcycle was impounded.
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