Simple assault | Enumclaw Police Blotter

Police took a report Sept. 17 regarding a female who had grabbed at the reporting party's child. The suspect was cited for assault and released. The child was not injured.

  • Tuesday, September 27, 2016 1:03pm
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ITEMS MISSING: A Franklin Street resident told police the morning of Sept. 18 someone had stolen items from a shed during the night. There were no immediate suspects.

BURGLARY: A burglary was reported the evening of Sept. 17 by owners of a Harmony Lake residence. Items were stolen and property was damaged. Two suspects were identified and the case was being investigated.

SIMPLE ASSAULT: Police took a report Sept. 17 regarding a female who had grabbed at the reporting party’s child. The suspect was cited for assault and released. The child was not injured.

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