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Black Diamond police blotter | Aug. 23 – Aug. 30 |

Vehicle prowling, court order violation and traffic incidents.

  • Thursday, September 9, 2021 9:30am
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BLACK DIAMOND

August 30

An officer was dispatched at 10 p.m. to the scene of a Third Avenue traffic hazard. A vehicle was found disabled and partially blocking the roadway. The officer helped the driver arrange to have the vehicle towed.

An officer was sent to the 25400 block of Palmer Place where one vehicle had been prowled and another had been stolen. The victim advised that someone had gone through his pickup and that his sport utility vehicle had been stolen. The information concerning the SUV was entered into the state’s Crime Information Center system.

August 29

Police received a complaint about loud music coming from a Third Avenue location. Upon arrival the officer found the music being played at a reasonable level; it was noted the music was quieter than automobiles passing by. No action was taken.

Officers observed a suspicious vehicle in the 33400 block of Walnut Avenue and, at 7:07 a.m., made contact with a group of individuals. It was determined one member of the group was wanted on a number of misdemeanor warrants. He was initially detained but soon released; the agency that issued the warrants declined to have him booked.

August 28

A citizen dispute had officers responding at 7 p.m. to the 31500 block of Third Avenue. After arriving, officers were able to mediate the dispute and one of the people involved was trespassed from the property. None of those involved wished to pursue criminal charges.

At 1:31 a.m. police responded to a Third Avenue location following reports of a disturbance. Officers contacted people who were hosting a party in a rental hall. They were advised that the event needed to be shut down due to safety concerns stemming from overcrowded conditions.

August 27

A motorcycle and an automobile were involved in a 7:07 p.m. collision in the 29400 block of 216th Avenue Southeast. The driver of the motorcycle was transported to Harborview Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. Both vehicles were towed from the scene. The motorcycle rider was given an infraction for driving faster than the conditions allowed.

August 25

Officers responded to the 27900 block of 216th Avenue Southeast to assist deputies with the King County Sheriff’s Department. City officers took a perimeter position while deputies located and took into custody a suspect on a felony.

August 24

A report of a verbal threat had police responding at 7 p.m. to the 32600 block of Stuart Avenue. An investigation determined the complainant had called simply to have the incident documented. He advised that he did not feel threatened by the involved parties.

August 23

A city police officer was investigating a violation of a court order involving an individual currently incarcerated at the SCORE jail in Des Moines. During the investigation it was learned that another SCORE inmate was violating a separate court order, having called the protected person numerous times. The case was presented to the Des Moines Police Department which declined to file charges. No criminal charges were pending by the Black Diamond Police Department.


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