Skateboard heist | Enumclaw Police Blotter

The morning of Sept. 15 a student was riding a friend's skateboard to school, traveling on Wells Street. She was confronted by two males and a female who pushed her and took the skateboard.

  • Tuesday, September 27, 2016 1:01pm
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SKATEBOARD HEIST: The morning of Sept. 15 a student was riding a friend’s skateboard to school, traveling on Wells Street. She was confronted by two males and a female who pushed her and took the skateboard.

ARREST WARRANT: Police made contact at 6:24 a.m. Sept 15 with an individual at a local restaurant. The suspect was arrested on a warrant issued by Enumclaw Municipal Court and transported to the city jail for booking.

NO TROUBLE: A citizen called police Sept. 14, reporting a suspicious person inside a Ventura Avenue home while the owner was known to be away. An officer checked and found the individual was a friend of the owner’s and was simply there watering plants.

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