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Black Diamond police blotter | Nov. 1 – 7

Burglaries, a suspicious vehicle and a man trying to get out of the rain.


Nov. 1

– Officers responded to a neighbor dispute around 3:30 p.m. on 220th Place SE. The dispute was settled with no criminal charges, but both parties were advised to seek anti-harassment orders from a court.

Nov. 2

– Officers were dispatched to SE 288th Street around 7:30 a.m. to remove a dead deer in the roadway.

– Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle on Roberts Drive around 3:30 p.m. It was reported the driver was taking photos of people placing ballots in the ballot box; the car drove off before officers arrived.

– A welfare check was performed around 4:15 p.m. for a Morgan Street resident who was unable to reach her mother for several weeks. Officers were able to make contact with the mother and determined she was OK.

Nov. 3

– Officers received a report of a burglary on Cypress Avenue SE around 10:45 a.m. It appeared two appliances were taken from a residence that was under construction.

– Around 2:45 p.m., officers were dispatched to a 3rd Avenue residence for a reported burglary. The suspect was caught on tape, and the investigation is ongoing.

Nov. 4

– An assault was reported to officers around 12:45 p.m. After arriving at the Ten Trails Parkway SE location, officers determined there was probable cause to arrest one person for assault in the fourth degree; the subject was booked into jail without incident.

– Officers received a possible hit and run report on 218th Avenue SE around 9 a.m. After arriving at the location of the collision, it was determined there was no hit and run, and the drivers involved wanted to handle the situation civilly between themselves.

Nov. 5

– Officers were dispatched to SE 300th Street to a found property report around 7 a.m. The reporting party told officers they had found a family member’s purse in their residence, and that it seemed to contain an illegal substance. Officers advised the reporting party to contact their family member to return the purse.

Nov. 6

– Around 6:30 a.m., officers responded to a suspicious subject report on Lawson Street. The reporting party advised officers they had found an unknown male lying on their porch. Officers contacted the subject and learned he was on the porch to get out of the rain. As the subject was wet and shivering, fire came to the scene to evaluate the subject. He declined further treatment, but was given a courtesy ride to Maple Valley.

Nov. 7

– Officers were dispatched to a SE 290th Street residence around 1:15 p.m. to an order violation report. A suspect was located and arrested and booked into the SCORE jail.

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