Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | April 9 – 15

Multiple people were taken to St. Elizabeth hospital involuntarily.


April 15:

– Officers were called around 8 p.m. when an individual walked away from the St. Elizabeth Emergency Department. It’s unclear if the individual was found and/or returned to the hospital.

– Officers responded to a Grennan Ln. N. report of an extortion attempt via email around 3 p.m.

– A site supervisor at the Pinnacle Peak plat close to Elmont Ave. and Gray Ln. told officers around 2:30 p.m. that there have been people walking around and looking into buildings. Extra patrols were requested.

– Officers responded to a 2 p.m. Warner Ave. report of items stolen out of a car while it was parked at the Enumclaw Foothills trailhead.

– A report came in around 8:30 a.m. about a suspicious subject loading dirt into their vehicle at a Griffin Ave. business. Officers responded and determined the individual was getting ready to open the store.

– A man was found sitting on the bench outside the police department around 1 a.m. When officers made contact, the man said he was having vehicle issues. Officers examined the car and when no issues were found, the man went on his way.

April 14:

– Officers stopped an individual riding a mini bike at the intersection of Battersby Ave. and Railroad St. around 10:30 p.m. and determined the minor driver was in possession. The bike was impounded and the minor released.

– A report came in around 9:30 p.m. of a suspicious individual inside a Roosevelt Ave. business with the lights on. Officers determined the individual to be the owner of the store.

– Officers responded to a 228th Ave. SE report of a missing person around 9:30 p.m. A day after officers took the report, the family determined the missing person was determined to be in Oregon and is fine.

– Officers received a noise complaint at the library parking lot around 7 p.m. When they arrived, the issue was settled on contact.

– An Initial Pl. business called officers around 6 p.m. about a theft that just occurred. Officers cited and released the suspect.

– An intoxicated man was found by a passerby around 5:30 p.m. on Railroad St. and Monroe Ave. and detained to be too inebriated to move. Officers gave the subject a courtesy ride home.

– Officers received a call around 3:30 p.m. about a crime that happened in Enumclaw. It was soon determined the crime actually happened in Cle Elum, and a response was cancelled.

– Officers helped out an elderly woman who was locked out of her car on Garrett St. around 2 p.m. by calling a tow truck, and the subject had no cell phone.

– An uncontrollable person at St. Elizabeth Hospital was reported to police around 2 p.m. When officers arrived, the scene was already cleared by security.

– A suspicious person has been seen going in and out of a Mountain View Dr. silo for weeks, and a report made around 1 p.m. When officers responded, the subject said they will move along.

– Officers responded to a report of a subject outside a Watson St. N. apartment complex asking passersby for money. When police mad contact, the subject left.

– An individual was reported around 10 a.m. having fled St. Elizabeth Hospital. Officers responded, located the patient, and returned them to the hospital.

– Officers responded to a request for assistance by the Washington State Patrol around 8:30 a.m. in regard to a subject jumping into the road around Semanski St. S. When officers arrived, the found the subject on the roof of a bus barn, and was involuntarily committed to St. Elizabeth Hospital.

April 13:

– Officers responded to a 7 p.m. report of a man on B Court not acting appropriately and attempting to leave his home unclothed. The man volunteered to be taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital.

– A possible burglary attempt on Roosevelt Ave. was reported to police around 12:30 p.m. Extra patrols were requested.

– Officers responded to a 11 a.m. of a pop-up tent offering COVID-19 testing on Watson St. Police determined it to be a verified testing site.

– Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked outside a vacant Roosevelt Ave. home around 8 a.m. When police arrived, they were unable to find the vehicle or a subject.

April 12:

– Police responded to a 9 p.m. report of a man going through a dumpster on Griffin Ave. Officers advised the subject to leave.

– Around 3:30 p.m., a subject came to the police station reporting her camping trailer was stolen from her Warner Ave. address. Officers took her report.

– Officers received repeated calls from a Lowell Ave. individual about seeing eyes and faces in their heating vent. The subject agreed to go to St. Elizabeth Hospital for treatment.

– Police responded to a 7:30 a.m. report of cows in the roadway near SE 440th St. and 284th Ave. SE. The owner was able to contain them.

April 11:

– Officers responded to a disturbance at The Lee Hotel around 7 p.m.. When police made contact, the subject agreed to stay in their room. Police were called again, but this time, were unable to locate the subject.

– A suicidal subject was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital around involuntary treatment around 7 p.m. Weapons were taken for safekeeping.

– Officers received a 4 p.m. report of a man with a child asking for change in a Garrett St. parking lot. The reporting party was worried the child did not belong to the man. When officers made contact, there was no issue, and the two left the area.

– Around 11 a.m., officers responded to a welfare report of a man on Porter St. and Stevenson Ave. who kept falling down. Officers determined the man was very intoxicated and was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital.

April 10:

– Officers responded to a 10 p.m. call of a man sleeping under a tree on Roosevelt Ave. Police made contact and the man left the area.

– The Enumclaw Expo Center reported around 9 a.m. of a motorhome parked in an area it shouldn’t be. Officers were unable to make contact with the owner, and made arraignments to have it impounded.

April 9:

– Police performed a welfare check on a Pine Dr. individual who the reporting party hadn’t heard from in four days. Offices determined the individual was fine.

– Officers received a report of a loud explosion on Wilson Ave. around 8 p.m. Police searched the area, and nothing was found.


April 13:

– Officers responded to a hit and run that happened around 6 p.m. in the vicinity of SE 289 Pl. It was determined the collision happened just outside the city limits, and jurisdiction was passed to the King County Sheriff’s Department.

April 11:

– Officers aided Mountainview Fire and Rescue firefighters around 5 p.m. to put out an illegal burn around Kanaskat Dr.

– Police responded to a 4 p.m. report of a blue car driving dangerously in the vicinity 3rd Avenue and Railroad Ave., driving across the yellow lines in the fog. Officers were unable to locate the car.

– Around 11 a.m., officers were dispatched to a 220th Place SE address about a dog complaint. The responding officer was familiar with the complaintant and was able to clear the scene without incident.

April 9:

– Police responded to a 3 p.m. report of an item falling off a dump truck on 252nd Ave. SE and hitting another driver’s windshield. The driver was unable to provide officers with additional information about the dump truck.

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