– Officers were dispatched just after 5 p.m. to a dispute near the 32600 block of Third Avenue. They determined no crime had occurred and the involved parties agreed to go their separate ways, thus ending the call.
– A citizen complained about a vehicle parked in front of a residence on 218th Avenue for a week, with people possibly living in the automobile. Police found the unoccupied vehicle and noted no parking violations. Officers learned the vehicle belonged to people visiting a nearby home and it was agreed it would be moved into a driveway at night.
– A woman called police just before 5 p.m., stating she could hear a man yelling in nearby woods. Officers responded to determine if someone was in need of assistance; they located the person in question and determined no law enforcement action was needed.
– A man was found sleeping on the ground behind a bus stop on Baker Street. Officers determined he was not in need of medical assistance. However, he had no way to get home to Auburn. Police drove him to a bus stop in Maple Valley and provide bus fare.
– A vandalism report had officers responding to the area of Roberts Drive and Railroad Avenue, where they found the old railroad bridge had been tagged with a Patriot Front flag. Steps were taken to remove the graffiti.
– Police took another report of a citizen victimized by a fraud report involving the state’s Employment Security Department. The victim was given educational materials telling what steps should be taken.
– During a 1:55 a.m. traffic stop on Southeast 288th Street, police found the driver was under the influence of intoxicants. The driver was arrested and the vehicle was released to another person at the scene.
– Officers were dispatched to a Lake Sawyer location for a “civil standby” at the request of a citizen. After arriving, they placed the caller under arrest due to a court-order violation that had occurred the night before. The suspect was transported to the King County jail and booked for investigation of the felony charge.
– Police were directed at 5:15 p.m. to the area of Morgan Street and Minor Street after learning of a black bear in the roadway. When they arrived moments later, the bear had run into nearby woods.
– City officers were asked to assist Enumclaw police who were responding to a noise complaint stemming from a Roosevelt Avenue party. Black Diamond police helped secure the scene while the individuals responsible for the noise were contacted.
– Police took a report of a juvenile runaway and, during an investigation, it was determined the juvenile might have been at a friend’s house in Enumclaw. That proved true and the juvenile was reunited with her father.
– Officers assisted Enumclaw police who were contacting an individual who had reported harassment. A suspect was identified and was located near the scene. The suspect was arrested on an unrelated warrant and transported to the Enumclaw jail for booking.
– City officers were dispatched to a business on Roosevelt Avenue in Enumclaw to assist with the reported theft of a trailer from a vehicle dealership. They secured the scene and assisted with the initial investigation.
– Black Diamond police were dispatched at 8:30 p.m. to Enumclaw, where there was an assault in progress at a Roosevelt Avenue business.