Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Dec. 28 – Jan. 7

Nighttime construction, armed robbery, and a CPR-in-progress.

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Jan. 7

– Police responded to a morning report of a residential burglary on Wynalda Drive. Contact was made with the victim; there were no immediate suspects and serial numbers of missing items could not be provided.

– At 3:23 a.m. an officer made contact with an individual sitting on the side of the road in the vicinity of Phillips Avenue and Larsen Avenue. The individual was given a ride home.

Jan. 6

– An officer came across suspicious vehicles parked at 9:39 p.m. at Farmers Park. Contact was made with the occupants and they agreed to move along.

– In the vicinity of Warner Avenue and Berninger Street, an officer contacted an individual who had found a lost puppy and was attempting to find the owner.

– Police took a complaint of a motorhome that had not been moved for 72 hours. Since it was an ongoing complaint police were checking the RV daily; they found it was being moved and listed the complaint as unfounded.

– Police checked on the welfare of a person sleeping at the wheel of a vehicle while the engine was running. Contact was made with the driver at a Roosevelt Avenue location; there were no issues and the motorist left the area.

– It was shortly after 3 a.m. when police took a complaint of excess noise coming from a shed at a Stevenson Avenue location. An officer responded and contacted an individual who agreed to halt construction for the night.

– Police responded at 2:47 a.m. to a report of a vehicle prowl on Spring Place. Suspects could not be located.

Jan. 4

– Police took a report from a Gossard Place resident about a cougar sitting in a residential area. After checking the area, an officer gave the caller a contact number for Fish and Wildlife.

– Police were told a resident of a Jensen Street facility had walked away without permission. Medical personnel were called to transport the woman to the hospital.

– King County authorities asked for assistance in contacting a suspect in a domestic violence incident. The suspect was taken into custody by county deputies.

– Police responded to a Semanski Street address after hearing that a court order was being violated. A suspect was arrested, booked into jail and later released after posting bail.

Jan. 3

– Officers dealt with two stolen vehicle reports. In each case the missing automobile was located and returned to the registered owner.

Jan. 2

– Police responded to a Watson Street address after being told of an armed robbery. A report was taken.

– Police were told at 1:44 p.m. that a package had just been stolen from the porch of a Pioneer Street residence. Suspects were located and one person was taken into custody, later released upon receipt of bail bonds on the Enumclaw charges. A vehicle was impounded pending a search warrant.

Jan. 1

– Police were alerted to concrete in the roadway in the vicinity of Warner Avenue and Leo Place. An officer responded and removed a large piece of foam.

– An individual was reportedly causing a disturbance at a city fast-food restaurant. After making contact, the subject was issued a no-trespass letter.

Dec. 31

– After taking of a report of a suspicious vehicle in the vicinity of Southeast 424th Street and 260th Avenue Southeast, police made a traffic stop. The driver was arrested for DUI.

– An alarm company alerted police at 7:53 p.m. to a possible commercial burglary at a Roosevelt Avenue location. Officers responded and confirmed a burglary had occurred. Missing items, with serial numbers, were entered into the state system. On Jan. 5, three chain saws and a power washer were returned to the business.


Jan. 2

– After a citizen complained of verbal harassment, an officer made contact and determined no crime had occurred. Both of the involved parties agreed to stop contacting the other.

– Officers responded to Enumclaw to assist that city’s police with investigation into a package theft at a Griffin Avenue business. One suspect was taken into custody and a vehicle was seized pending application for a search warrant.

– At 3 a.m. Black Diamond police were sent to the 22600 block of Southeast 444th Street in Enumclaw to assist with the search for a suspect in a motor vehicle theft. The individual could not be located.

Jan. 1

– City police responded at 4:20 a.m. to assist the Enumclaw Police Department with the removal of a group of trespassers in the 300 block of Griffin Avenue. Black Diamond officers provided support and then returned home.

Dec. 31

– An officer was called to confirm a warrant issued against a suspect being detained by the Auburn Police Department. After the city officer confirmed the warrant, the APD agreed to transport the individual to the SCORE jail in Des Moines for booking.

Dec. 29

– City officers conducted a traffic stop in the 23000 block of Southeast 288th Street, finding a driver who was wanted on a King County warrant for violation of a court order that stemmed from a domestic assault. The suspect was taken into custody and later booked into jail by county authorities.

– A city officer met with a member of the Kent Police Department who was holding an individual wanted on a Black Diamond arrest warrant. The city officer took custody and the suspect was booked into the Enumclaw jail.

– An officer responded to a Green Valley Road location following a call for a citizen assist. Contact was made with a homeless individual who exhibited signs of mental health issues; however, it was determined the man was not a risk to himself or anyone else.

Dec. 28

– After receiving a call of CPR being administered, police responded to the 32800 block of Third Avenue. Once there, officers provided assistance until medical personnel arrived and took over. The patient was transported to an area hospital.

– At 8:40 a.m. police stopped a speeding vehicle in the 29100 block of state Route 169. It was determined that the driver had a suspended license and the vehicle was displaying a counterfeit trip permit. The driver was cited and released at the scene while the vehicle was released to a licensed driver.

– Officers responded to the 21700 block of 291st Street Southeast after hearing of an assault. At the scene they arrested a woman for fourth-degree assault. Because jails would not accept the suspect she was cited and released with a court date set.

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