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Black Diamond police blotter | June 7 – 13 |

A DUI, a verbal altercation and loud music

  • Tuesday, June 22, 2021 11:32am
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June 14

– A citizen arrived at the police station lobby for two reasons. The first was to report a case of possible child neglect at a location on 229th Avenue Southeast; the second was to turn in driver’s license that had been found. Information about the possible child neglect was forwarded to Child Protective Services.

– Officers responded to a Southeast 307th Place location after taking a report about someone walking around a residence. They found a utility worker, who was clearly identified, who was conducting regular checks for gas leaks.

June 13

– Police responded to a Mountain View Drive location regarding a death investigation. An investigation was initiated and an investigator from the medical examiner’s office was called to the scene. The deceased was transported to the ME’s office.

June 12

– An officer responded to the 32700 block of Ten Trails Parkway following reports of an 11:15 p.m. traffic accident. An investigation resulted in one of the drivers being cited for DUI.

– A verbal altercation between a business owner and a customer was reported at 10:11 a.m. Police responded to the scene of the dispute (the 31700 block of Third Avenue) contacted both parties. The customer refused to identify himself and, after being told he could leave, he departed. Because no crime had been committed officers left the scene.

– A resident of Second Avenue reported a bag of coins had been stolen overnight. Pending the development of any information regarding a suspect the case of placed on inactive status.

June 10

– Officers were dispatched to the 31100 block of Third Avenue after hearing of someone laying in the roadway and yelling racial slurs at nearby residents. When police arrived the individual was leaving the scene. Subsequent investigation determined no crime had been committed.

June 9

– Police were told at 11 p.m. of individuals breaking into homes under construction in the 33200 block of Stevens Street. Officers located individuals matching the description that had been provided; they declined to identify themselves and were not detained.

– Police were dispatched at 9:30 p.m. to a Fifth Avenue residence after learning of a dispute. No crime had been committed and the involved parties agreed to resolve the issue as a civil matter.

– Someone phoned in a complaint about fireworks being ignited in the 29400 block of 216th Avenue Southeast. Officers responded to the afternoon call but were unable to locate anyone lighting fireworks.

June 7

– At 8 p.m. an officer responded to the 29700 block of 224th Avenue Southeast after receiving a complaint about loud music. The source of the music was located and the person responsible complied with a request to turn down the volume.

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