Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Dec. 22 – 30

Son with a broken arm, burglary at an auto dealership, and an unleashed pup.

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Dec. 30

-Police made contact at 8:44 p.m. with a suspicious vehicle at the city skate park. Officers told the occupants of the park hours and the vehicle was moved.

– A three-car accident at 12:42 p.m. had police responding to the intersection of state Route 410 and Warner Avenue. No one was injured; a report was taken.

Dec. 29

– A report was made concerning items stolen during the night from a vehicle parked at a Bondgard Avenue address. There were no immediate suspects.

– A two-car crash at 9:35 a.m. had police responding to the intersection of Farman Street and Roosevelt Avenue. No one was reported injured; an incident report was taken.

Dec. 28

– An air compressor was reported stolen from a Roosevelt Avenue location. There were no immediate suspects.

– Police took an afternoon call about a reckless driver in the vicinity of SR 410 and Semanski Street. An officer stopped the vehicle and learned the driver was headed to the hospital with a son who had suffered a broken arm.

– A Chinook Avenue resident alerted police to a truck and trailer that had been parked in front of his residence for two weeks. Officers responded, marked the tires and placed a warning sticker on the vehicle.

– A woman told police someone she knows had threatened her verbally. Police determined no crime had been committed. The involved parties were contacted and counseled.

– At 1 a.m. an officer responded to assist Black Diamond police with a fight at a Southeast 291st Street location. The issue was settled upon police contact.

Dec. 27

– Police headed to Black Diamond at 9 p.m. to assist with a domestic disturbance. The Stuart Street response ended with one person being arrested.

– Staff at a local tow company asked police to provide extra patrol of their lot due to someone wanting to retrieve an impounded vehicle despite not having the necessary funds.

– A three-car accident at 12:42 p.m. had police responding to the intersection of state Route 410 and Warner Avenue. No one was injured; a report was taken.

– Officers were told at 12:49 a.m. of a domestic disturbance in progress at a Roosevelt Avenue location. When police arrived the issue was settled.

– At midnight, a report was issued about a window being broken at a city motel. When officers arrived the suspect had already departed.

Dec. 26

– A commercial burglary was reported at a city automobile dealership. There were no immediate suspects.

– Police contacted an individual outside a Stevenson Avenue business. The person had previously been given a no-trespass order and was moved along.

– A late-morning report told of a vehicle abandoned in the road, in the vicinity of Charwila Lane and Warner Avenue. The vehicle was impounded.

Dec. 25

– A firearm was reported stolen from a vehicle at a Stevenson Avenue location. The incident was entered into the Washington Crime Information Center system.

Dec. 24

– Police responded just after 9 p.m. to a report of mutual assault at a Roosevelt Avenue location. An injured individual was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital.

– A call was received from a Willow Drive location where an intoxicated individual was attempting to enter a house or a vehicle. The suspect was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital for an involuntary commitment.

– Police responded at 7:53 a.m. to a Dickson Avenue location after hearing of a disturbance. One person was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital for an involuntary commitment.


Dec. 27

– Officers were told at 10:40 p.m. of a suspicious vehicle in the 25200 block of Kanasket Drive. Police found the vehicle and identified someone inside. After the contact with police, the driver departed.

– City police were called at 6:15 p.m. to assist officers in Snoqualmie who were dealing with the abduction of a 3-year-old boy. An Amber Alert was issued, which resulted in Black Diamond officers locating the vehicle used in the abduction in Ravensdale; both the suspect and the child were found later. The suspect, the boy’s mother, was taken into custody. All criminal charges were to be handled by Snoqualmie authorities.

– A domestic incident that turned physical was reported at 9 p.m. and had city police responding to the 32700 block of Stuart Avenue Southeast. After investigating, they arrested one person for fourth-degree assault/domestic violence. The suspect was booked into the Enumclaw jail.

– After hearing of a vehicle being prowled, police responded to a Third Avenue location. It was determined that two vehicles had been prowled and that the suspect was a man driving a dark-colored car.

– A city officer headed to Enumclaw at 1:42 a.m. to help search for people who had possibly been attempting to enter an impound lot. The hunt, which began at a Rainier Avenue location, was unsuccessful.

Dec. 26

– Due to an equipment violation, officers stopped a vehicle in the 22400 block of Southeast 297th Street. It was determined that the driver had a suspended license; the driver was cited and released at the scene.

Dec. 24

– An uninvolved witness told police of a dispute between two people at a Fourth Avenue location. When officers arrived the individuals had left the scene and could not be located.

– A dispute that originated with an off-leash dog had police responding to the 25300 block of Baker Street. A call was made from the owner of the dog, who has complaining about the behavior of another person who had complained about the unleashed pooch. The second person had left the scene and was not located; the dog owner was counseled about leash laws.

– Police were dispatched to the scene of a commercial burglary in the 31100 block of Third Avenue. One or more people had forced entry into a tow yard and then stolen an impounded vehicle from the lot. To exit the lot, the suspect(s) had used the stolen vehicle was push another vehicle out of the way. The case was placed under investigation.

Dec. 23

– A man sought police assistance with locating a vehicle that was in his wife’s possession. The vehicle was registered to both the husband and wife and police learned there was an active no-contact order between the two. The husband was advised to not contact his wife and, further, was told the issue would have to be resolved through the court system.

Dec. 22

– An officer responded to the 21600 block of Southeast 288th Street after hearing that a traffic sign was damaged. An investigation revealed that a vehicle had crashed into a stop sign and been driven from the scene. There were no suspects or witnesses. Employees from the city’s Public Works Department were called to replace the sign.

– At 1:30 a.m. police located a tree that had fallen and was blocking both lanes of traffic in the 31600 block of Black Diamond-Ravensdale Road. Both King County Public Works and Puget Sound Energy were notified. The county took control of the scene.

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