Black Diamond police blotter | Oct. 20 – Nov. 2

A bloody bag, a stolen pressure valve, and more.

  • Tuesday, November 10, 2020 10:35am
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Editor’s note: Enumclaw Police Department reports will return in mid-November.

BLACK DIAMOND

Nov. 2:

– Officers were called to a Highland Drive address around 9 p.m. when the homeowner reported seeing someone in their house. Officers arrived on the scene and saw no one inside or outside the property, leading them to believe the reporting party was hallucinating. After determining the reporting party could care for themselves, they left.

– At around 4 a.m., officers were dispatched to Roberts Drive and Union Drive to help out a vehicle with a flat tire blocking traffic. After arriving, officers learned the driver had two misdemeanor warrants, though the issuing agencies declined to confirm them. AAA eventually arrived and the driver left.

Nov. 1:

– Officers were dispatched to a Glacier Avenue address around 11:30 p.m. regarding a strange woman knocking on the reporting party’s door. According to the reporting party, the woman was asking if there was a small child in the house, to which she was told no, and she left on foot. Officers approached the woman, who said her child was taken from her by CPS and was looking for him. Officers advised the woman to contact CPS regarding the matter.

– Around 3 p.m., it appears a child ran into a police vehicle on Roberts Drive. There were no injuries to the child or damage to the car, but a report was filed for information purposes.

Oct. 31:

– Sometime in the afternoon, officers responded to a two-vehicle collision on Lawson Street. After a short investigation, it was determined the at-fault driver was intoxicated. The driver was arrested and transported to the Enumclaw jail for booking.

– Officers were dispatched to Railroad Avenue around 4:30 p.m. after a 911 hang-up call. However, there was a community event happening at the time and there was a large group of people present. After determining there was no emergency, officers left.

Oct. 30:

– Around 11 p.m., officers responded to a noise complaint on Kanaskat Drive. The responsible party agreed to turn the music down.

– Officers received an online report at 6 a.m. regarding damage to a locking mailbox on SE 289th Street, though nothing was taken and no suspects were spotted.

Oct. 29:

– Around 3:30 p.m., officers were called in regard to a suspicious subject who was knocking on doors to talk to people about a political candidate. It was quickly determined no crime was being committed.

– Officers arrived at a 220th Place address around 1 p.m. after receiving a report of burglary and fraud. The victim reported items were missing, but there didn’t appear to be any forced entry. Additionally, there appeared to be fraudulent charges on their credit card.

Oct. 28:

– At around 8 a.m., officers were alerted to a burglary at an Ash Avenue home regarding a stolen microwave.

Oct. 27:

– Officers responded to a harassment complaint around 3 p.m. at a Ten Trails Parkway home. It was determined a crime did take place, and a criminal citation was completed and mailed to the suspect.

– Officers were alerted to what appeared to be a bag of bloody clothing by 257th Avenue around 2:30 p.m. Upon arrival, it was determined the bag actually contained parts of a dead deer. Public Works was notified and said they would remove the bag.

– A brass pressure relief valve was stolen from a Tahoma Place residence. Officers arrived on the scene around 8 a.m. and saw there were no doors or garage door on the house, which was still being built, allowing for easy access to the valve.

– Officers were alerted to a stolen wooden door from a Glacier Avenue address around 8 a.m.

Oct. 25:

– Officers were dispatched to a Charwila Lane residence in Enumclaw after being asked to assist with a domestic violence incident. Officers assisted Enumclaw police with scene control.

Oct. 24:

– At approximately 9:47 p.m., Black Diamond officers were asked to confirm local warrants on a female in custody at the Pierce County jail. Officers confirmed the warrants, picked up the woman and transported her to the Enumclaw jail where she was booked on warrants for failure to appear on charges of driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and resisting arrest.

– It was just after 5 p.m. when police were told of a suspicious vehicle in the 32900 block of Abrams Avenue. A passerby reported multiple people inside the vehicle. Officers made contact and learned the group was playing Pokémon Go.

Oct. 23:

– A city officer responded at 10:43 p.m. to assist Enumclaw police with a disturbance at a bar. The Black Diamond officer provided scene security while an investigation was conducted.

– Officers responded to assist the Snoqualmie Police Department with an ongoing investigation into the assault of a child. Black Diamond police aided in the arrest of a suspect and subsequent interviews.

– An officer responded to the 32100 block of Union Drive for a citizen assist. The reporting party was requesting assistance with contacting a neighbor regarding a vehicle. This request was made due to issues between the neighbors in the past. The officer facilitated the communication between the neighbors to prevent further issues.

– An officer responded with the fire department to the 23200 block of Southeast 312th Street following a report of a recreational fire in a park. The officer contacted the subjects, informed them of the ban on fires and they extinguished the flames.

– Police responded to the 29000 block of 216th Avenue Southeast after hearing of a subject providing tobacco to minors. The investigation is ongoing and the officer is attempting to identify the involved parties.

– A city resident told police she had found concerning messages on a chat forum on her juvenile son’s computer. The computer was taken as evidence and an investigation into the messages was initiated.

– A citizen called the city police, advising that they had found a website listing the addresses of campaign contributors in the Black Diamond area. The information displayed was publicly available so no crime was committed.

– Police were told at 1:48 a.m. of a possibly suicidal person near the Kummer Bridge south of Black Diamond in unincorporated King County. A caller said the person appeared to be in distress. Police located the individual walking near Jones Lake Road. The man appeared to be in good health and not in distress. He was given a ride to his residence.

Oct. 22:

– Officers were dispatched to an area in the vicinity of Merino Place after a citizen reported hearing what sounded like an injured coyote. Police were unable to locate an animal.

– A city police officer responded to Enumclaw to help fire department personnel who were dealing with a patient unwilling to be taken to the hospital. The officer stood by while the patient received treatment.

– Police took a report of an assault occurring in the 32500 block of Stuart Avenue Southeast. An investigation was initiated.

Oct. 21:

– At 9:24 p.m. police stopped a speeding vehicle. It was determined the driver was a juvenile who had no driver’s license and could not produce identification. The driver’s family was contacted to pick up the illegal driver while the vehicle was being impounded. Charges were forwarded to the juvenile court system.

– Police were alerted to excessive noise coming from a Newcastle Drive residence. Officers found a person working on a motorcycle, the source of the noise. The resident received a warning.

Oct. 20:

– A report of a recklessly-driven vehicle had police responding to the 33100 block of Glacier Avenue Southeast. It was reported a Honda Accord was speeding when it nearly struck a 6-year-old who was playing in the street. Police contacted the registered owner of the Honda, who said she would help identify who was driving her vehicle at the time.

– At 6:43 a.m. a vehicle was reportedly blocking a road in the Ten Trails vicinity. Police found the vehicle and a tow truck was called to handle the impound.


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