Suspicious liquid | Enumclaw Police Blotter

An officer responded July 31 to St. Elizabeth Hospital to possibly identify a liquid being held by the hospital's security officer. Testing showed it could contain a trace amount of opiods.

  • Friday, August 12, 2016 1:11pm
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ASSAULT: The manager of a city apartment complex called police at 6:59 a.m., reporting a resident was using a hose to flood part of the complex. When the manager turned off the water and spoke with the suspect, she became combative and spit in the manager’s face. She was arrested for assault and taken to the station for booking.

PARAPHERNALIA: Police made contact at 11:38 p.m. July 31 with individuals in the parking lot of the city library. Drug paraphernalia was confiscated and was to be destroyed.

SUSPICIOUS LIQUID: An officer responded July 31 to St. Elizabeth Hospital to possibly identify a liquid being held by the hospital’s security officer. Testing showed it could contain a trace amount of opiods. The officer gave instructions for proper destruction of the liquid. There was no immediate information to identify the origin of the liquid.

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