Black Diamond, Enumclaw police blotter | Feb. 3 – 13

BLACK DIAMOND

February 9

– An officer stopped a vehicle at 10:30 p.m. in the 22700 block of Roberts drive due to a traffic violation. The driver of the vehicle had a suspended license and the passenger was wanted on an active arrest warrant. The agency who issued the warrant for the passenger declined to have the suspect booked into jail. The driver was cited and both the driver and passenger were released.

February 8

– A report of a domestic assault in progress had officers responding at 10:35 p.m. to the 32800 block of Pine Avenue Southeast. Officers arrived and conducted an investigation that led to the arrest of a female for fourth-degree assault/domestic violence. The suspect was eventually transported to the Enumclaw where she was booked into jail without incident.

– An officer responded at 4:30 p.m. to the 38200 block of Enumclaw-Black Diamond Road and t he scene of a serious collision involving injuries. Black Diamond officers assisted the involved and provided traffic control during the incident. Individuals were transported to hospitals and investigation of the collision was turned over to the Washington State Patrol.

– At 7:40 a.m., officers stopped a vehicle in the 31700 block of Third Avenue due to a traffic violation. Subsequent investigation determined that the driver was under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested and booked into the Enumclaw jail.

– An officer contacted an individual at 1:38 a.m. in the parking lot of a business in the 32600 block of Third Avenue. The subject was arrested due to an outstanding harassment warrant issued by the Enumclaw Police Department. Staff at the Enumclaw jail were contacted by phone and requested the suspect be released due to medical reasons.

– Officers conducted a DUI investigation at 9:01 a.m. in the 30600 block of Third Avenue. A driver was arrested for DUI and booked into the Enumclaw jail.

February 7

– An officer was dispatched at 1:26 p.m. to the 29200 block of 218th Place Southeast regarding a large log floating in the water crashing into the complainant’s dock. The officer located the log, which was about the size of a telephone pole, and made arrangements to have it removed.

February 5

– An officer on patrol in the 22500 block of Southeast 296 Street located a vehicle that appeared abandoned. The license plates had been switched and the registration had expired two years prior. The vehicle was impounded.

– Police took possession of a case designed for eyeglasses but, instead, contained used syringes. The call came in as found property.

– At approximately 2:43 a.m. officers responded to the 31100 block of Third Avenue for a recent domestic dispute that had become physical. Upon investigation, it was determined that the male in the relationship had assaulted a female, so he was arrested for fourth-degree assault/domestic violence. Because the couple’s toddler was present during the assault, he also was charged with exposing a child to domestic violence. He was booked into the Issaquah jail.

February 3

– An officer responded at 6 p.m. to the 1100 block of Griffin Avenue in Enumclaw to help the Enumclaw Police Department look for and detain a suspect wanted on a felony arrest warrant. The individual was located and taken into custody without incident.

ENUMCLAW

February 13

– A traffic stop at Southeast 436th Street and 228th Avenue Southeast resulted in the driver arrested for driving with a suspended license. The vehicle was impounded. Also, the owner of the vehicle was arrested for allowing an unauthorized person to operate the automobile. The owner was taken to the police station for booking.

February 12

– Police got more than they bargained for shortly before midnight. Things started when an officer observed a vehicle running through a red light. That led to the suspect ramming the police patrol car, which led to a pursuit. That ended when the suspect crashed into a house. Next, it was learned the vehicle had been stolen. Individuals in the vehicle were booked into the city jail.

– A citizen reported being threatened via a text message. An officer determined the crime occurred outside the city limits in King County jurisdiction. The victim was advised to contact county authorities.

– Police were told of people hanging out in front of a bank ATM on Monroe Avenue with their belonging spread over the ground and blocking customers’ ATM access. Police made contact and booked one individual into jail for criminal trespass and possession of drug paraphernalia. The others were given one hour to pack up their belongings and move along.

February 11

– Police received an anonymous tip about someone at a Monroe Avenue location who was wanted on an Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant. The individual was contacted, arrested and booked into the city jail.

– A man arrived at the police station lobby reporting harassment. An officer met with the individual and advised that he obtain an anti-harassment order. The man agreed to call police if the female suspect shows up again at his residence.

February 10

– Intoxicated subject were reported at a city motel. An officer responded, the involved individuals were separated for the night and a courtesy transport was provided.

– Unauthorizes stickers were found placed on the backs of street signs along Cole Street, Griffin Avenue and Porter Street. City workers were advised so the stickers could be removed.

– Police took a report of a possible shoplifting incident at a Stevenson Avenue business. An individual was stopped and advised to stay away from the business for the next year.

– A forklift driver was the subject of a morning call to the police. Someone complained the driver was speeding, swerving around vehicles and nearly hit a pedestrian. An officer contacted the forklift driver and issued a warning.


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