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Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Aug. 24 – Sept. 8 |

Shoplifting, thefts and reports of drug paraphernalia.

  • Wednesday, September 15, 2021 9:30am
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Enumclaw

Sept. 8

An officer responded to a report of a shoplift at Grocery Outlet in the 900 block of Roosevelt Avenue. After reviewing security footage, the officer determined the subject did pay for the purchase.

Officers responded to a report of a person urinating on the side of the road near the 2500 block of Griffin Avenue. The person was arrested and booked on suspicion of indecent exposure.

A vehicle was reported stolen while parked in the area of St. Elizabeth. A report was taken.

Sept. 7

An officer took a report from the 700 block of Watson Street N about vehicle and property damage reported by AFM Auto Sales.

An officer assisted with a civil standby for a request from a 1300 Chinook Avenue caller about removing someone from a residence.

Officers responded to a report of a man shoplifting items and leaving on foot from the 100 block of Roosevelt Avenue. An employee was able to recover the items, but officers couldn’t identify the suspect.

Sept. 6

A person shoplifted power tools from Tractor Supply in the 900 block of Griffin Avenue and fled in a vehicle. An officer checked the area and reviewed surveillance video.

Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 2700 block of Initial Place and arrested a woman for fourth-degree assault domestic violence.

Sept. 4

An officer responded to a reported fight in the 1100 block of Griffin Avenue. The parties separated for the night.

Sept. 3

A caller reported a broken window and items missing from his store in the 200 block of Roosevelt Avenue E. An officer later made contact with the suspect, who was trying to sell the stolen property, and issued a citation to the person selling the items.

Sept. 2

An officer responded to a report of an unwanted person at a construction site in the 600 block of Watson Street N but couldn’t find the subject.

An officer responded to and took a report on the theft of a vehicle’s catalytic converter while it was parked at St. Elizabeth Hospital.

Sept. 1

An officer responded to a report of a large piece of drug paraphernalia in the park at the 1400 block of Chinook Avenue and disposed of the item.

Officers responded to reports from the 1000 block of Monroe Avenue of a road rage incident that involved a man brandishing a firearm, but after speaking to both parties determined it was a verbal dispute and no crime had occurred.

An officer took a report of stolen items from a residential property in the 2400 block of Lincoln Avenue.

Aug. 31

Officers found a missing person by phone after his daughter called to report him missing.

An officer responded to a report of a man in the middle of the roadway in the 900 block of Cole Street. The man moved out of the road.

A caller reported their ex-girlfriend wouldn’t leave the property in the 300 block of Harmony Lane. An officer responded and the woman left.

Aug. 30

An officer responded to a report from the 2200 block of Lowell Place of a possibly stolen chainsaw and strange people walking by a residence, but couldn’t confirm a theft occurred.

A man was reported as being verbally combative and refusing to leave from a 300 block Griffin Avenue property, but he left once the call to police was made, and an officer couldn’t find him.

Officers made contact with a person seen on video taking wood from a construction dumpster. The items were returned and the subject was told not to return.

Aug. 29

Officers responded to a report from the 1100 block of Maple Drive that a man’s safe was broken into and items were taken from it.

Officers responded to a report from the 1100 block of Spruce Drive that a person was breaking things and acting out. The issue was settled upon contact.

Aug. 28

Officers responded to reports of a disorderly person in the Safeway parking lot in the 100 block of Roosevelt Avenue, but couldn’t locate the person.

Officers responded to a noise complaint received at the VFW in the 44400 block of 244th Avenue E. The people involved agreed to turn down the tunes.

Officers responded to a reported unwanted person at the Arco AMPM in the 300 block of Roosevelt Avenue. One person was arrested on suspicion of trespass and for a warrant.

Aug. 27

An officer responded to a report of a person who had just stolen items from Safeway near the 100 block of Roosevelt Avenue. The suspect was booked and released.

An officer responded to a report of stolen gasoline in the 300 block of Griffin Avenue.

A traffic stop near Wells Street and Griffin Avenue led to an arrest on suspicion of driving without a license. The vehicle was impounded.

An officer responded to and took a report of a window smashing in the 1900 block of Wilson Avenue.

An officer responded to 146 S Cedar Street in Buckley to help Buckley PD with an uncooperative person, who was ultimately arrested.

Officers responded to a report of “a person in the garage” in the 2900 block of Division Street. They determined it was only the subject’s dog.

Aug. 26

An officer saw a verbal argument in front of the Ski Inn Sports Bar in the 1100 block of Griffin Avenue. The disagreement was settled.

Aug. 25

An officer responded to the 1900 block of Douglas Fir Drive for a report of a baggy found with an “unknown substance.” The officer took possession of the baggy.

An officer responded to a report of a man drinking outside of Walgreens in the 1300 block of Garrett Street. The man was taken to a hospital by the fire department.

An officer responded to a report of a reckless driver from the 1700 block of Franklin Street, and asked family members to pass on a warning to the driver.

A man was reported leaving St. Elizabeth Hospital against medical advice. An officer responded, but determined no crime was committed.

Two men were reported soliciting for money around the area of Stevenson Avenue and Porter Street. An officer contacted a person matching a description and gave them a verbal warning.

An officer responded to a report made from Edith Avenue and Lafrombroise Street of two men soliciting and gave the men a verbal warning. They moved along.

Aug. 24

An officer responded to a report of drugs found in the area of Tractor Supply in the 900 block of Griffin Avenue. The officer took possession of the property.

Loud vehicles and possible street racing were reported in the area of Love Drive and Warner Avenue.

An officer stood by for a civil issue between two parties regarding property in the 1500 block of Griffin Avenue.

An officer responded to a hit-and-run in the area of Watson Street and Bondgard Avenue E. The driver was located and cited, and a report was taken.

Black Diamond

Sept. 5

Officers responded to the 31100 block of 3rd Avenue regarding a noise complaint. They told the relevant homeowner about the noise ordinance and cleared the call without incident.

Officers responded to a reported unwanted person in the 25200 block of Merino Place. The person left the area when officers arrived.

An officer responded to the 30200 block of 224 Avenue SE to assist the fire department in handling a reported illegal burn on a Lake Sawyer island. The officer took the firefighters to the island by police boat so they could assess the situation, which was ultimately determined to be a legal fire.

Sept. 4

An officer was requested at the 30800 block of 228th Avenue, where a woman asked for a civil standby while she retrieved items from the residence of her step father, who has reportedly made threats to law enforcement. The officer did not respond to the residence and the woman was advised to obtain a court order to get her property back.

An officer received a report of a flashing light from a construction site illuminating a residence near the 32900 block of Cedar Avenue SE. The officer is working on finding a solution to the problem.

An officer checked the 31000 block of 3rd Avenue in regards to a noise complaint, but didn’t hear the noise.

Officers responded to the 29400 block of 216th Avenue SE for a reported lost child, who was found by their mother just as police arrived. No crime occurred.

Sept. 3

An officer responded to a noise complaint at the 29000 block of SE 220th Place for a complaint about construction noise. Workers at the site agreed to not start any work until after the authorized time of 7 a.m.

Officers responded to a report of lewd conduct at the 25300 block of Baker Street. They made contact with a school employee and a suspicious person at a Metro bus stop, but determined no crime had occurred.

An officer responded to a harassment report in the 22400 block of 300th Street. The complainant said someone contacted her on Facebook Messenger and tried to defraud her.

Sept. 2

Officers responded to the 23491 block of Tahoma Place for reported construction noise. They determined the noise wasn’t coming from that area, and later found workers operating equipment at a nearby commercial site.

Minutes before 11 p.m., officers received a call about a suspicious person digging behind a residence in the 23500 block of SE 299th Street. Officers were told the home owner could see people in bright orange vests digging behind her residence in the woods. When officers arrived, they found a person working for a construction crew on a property just east of the residence who was simply clearing blackberry bushes on King County property.

Sept. 1

Officers responded to the 32700 block of Abrams Avenue regarding a domestic violence report between a father and his adult son. Officers determined no crime had occurred and the son left the father’s home.

An officer responded to the 32400 block of 5th Avenue regarding a loose dog in a backyard. The dog wasn’t found.

Aug. 30

An officer responded to a vehicle prowl and stolen vehicle in the 25400 block of Palmer Place. A victim said his pickup had been prowled and his SUV stolen. The SUV was recorded as stolen.

A vehicle prowl was reported in the 25600 block of Cumberland Way. Paperwork was taken from the vehicle, but there was no suspect information and the case is inactive.


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