Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Jan. 20 – Feb. 2

A combative hospital patient, fingerprints left after a burglary, and a MVA knocking out power near Black Diamond,


Editor’s note: The Enumclaw police blotter will be unavailable until Feb. 24.

Jan. 20

– Officers heard a disturbance at a Battersby residence around 9 p.m. The subjects agreed to separate to calm down.

– Officers came across a suspicious vehicle at Holdener Lane N. and Bongard Avenue E around 10:45 p.m.; the car had two different license plates. Officers ran the plates against the car’s VIN number, which confirmed both plates belonged to the car.

Jan. 21

– Officers assisted Enumclaw fire personnel for an overdose on Smith Drive around 10:45 a.m.

Jan. 22

– Officers responded to a car vs. pedestrian hit and run on 264th Avenue SE around 12:30 a.m. The victim was transported to the hospital, and an investigation was opened.

– Officers were dispatched to Petschauer Place when a resident watched someone steal his trailer around 9 a.m. The trailer was later located by King County deputies around 5 p.m.

– Officers aided a driver who crashed into a ditch on SE 440th Street around 9 p.m. There were no injuries; officers helped get a tow truck.

– Officers were able to get a disabled vehicle on Roosevelt moving around 9:15 a.m.

Jan. 23

– Officers received a report of a subject becoming a disturbance at Seeder’s around 12:30 a.m. The individual had calmed down by the time officers arrived.

– Officers were dispatched to a Griffin Avenue business around 10 p.m. because the reporting party believed a group of young people were drinking above the bar area. Officers could not locate the youths.

Jan. 24

– Enumclaw Fire requested assistance at St. Elizabeth Hospital around 10:15 a.m. regarding a combative patient. Officers gave the subject a ride home.

– Officers were called to a Monroe Avenue business around 11 a.m. when the reporting party saw a subject in the area who was previously trespassed. Officers located the subject and gave him a warning.

– Enumclaw Fire requested officers to a Warner Avenue location for assistance with a death around 11 a.m. The family was notified.

– Officers were alerted to possible drug activity at the Mountain Meadows Mobile Home Park around noon. The subjects were trespassed from the area.

– Officers were called out to Roosevelt Avenue around 3:45 p.m. to perform a welfare check on an intoxicated individual. The subject was unwilling to talk to police.

Jan. 25

– Officers responded to a shoplift from a Roosevelt Avenue business around 8 a.m. Police were unable to locate the suspect.

– Officers spotted an individual with a felony warrant on Cole Street around 9 a.m. They were arrested and booked.

– Officers found a suspicious vehicle on Griffin Avenue around 4 p.m. The driver was arrested for a felony warrant.

Jan. 26

– Officers were alerted to a motorcycle crash on SR 410 and Roosevelt Avenue around 4 p.m.. The driver was taken to the hospital.

Jan. 27

– Officers responded to a report of a screaming female at the Safeway around 10 p.m. It was determined the incident was a verbal dispute that was resolved.

Jan. 28

– Officers assisted Buckley police in searching for an eluding suspect on Roosevelt Avenue around 11:30 p.m. The individual was not found.

Jan. 29

– Officers were called out to Blake Street around 12:30 p.m. regarding a car theft. The vehicle was later found by Des Moines police around 7:45 p.m.

– An intoxicated subject was found in the parking lot of Avalanche Delite around 3:30 p.m. Officers responded, but EMS already aiding the subject.

– Officers were flagged down on Garrett Street around 10:15 p.m. regarding a missing relative. The subject was located nearby at a friend’s home.

– A two-vehicle collision was reported on Roosevelt Avenue and Monroe Avenue around 11 p.m. Officers arrested one subject for DUI.

Jan. 30

– Officers assisted State Patrol with a traffic stop on Rainier Avenue and Griffin Avenue around 7:30 p.m. The driver was arrested.

Jan. 31

– Officers contacted a subject on Davis Avenue around 4:30 p.m. because they were burning a stump; the individual said they would put the fire out.

– Officers responded to a car theft off Monroe Avenue around 8:15 p.m. The car was alter found on Hillcrest Avenue on Feb. 1 around 11:15 a.m. and recovered.

Feb. 1

– Officers located a stolen firearm on Wells Street around 2:30 p.m. The owner was to be notified.

Feb. 2

– Officers located a subject with Enumclaw warrants on Griffin Avenue around 11 p.m. The subject was arrested and booked.


Jan. 24

– Officers performed a traffic stop on SR 169 outside Maple Valley around 2:30 a.m. for expired registration. Upon investigation, officers also determined the driver had a suspended license and had several arrest warrants. The driver was booked and the car impounded.

– Officers were called out to a commercial burglary on 3rd Avenue around 4:30 a.m. Officers have surveillance footage of the burglary as well as fingerprints, and are trying to identify the suspects.

– Officers were dispatched to 216th Avenue SE/SE 292nd Street around 2:30 p.m. for a two-car collision. EMS had already treated the drivers when officers arrived; both drivers were issued infraction for not having insurance, and one driver received another infraction for not having an operating license for their vehicle.

Jan. 26

– Officers aided King County deputies for a K9 search on Enumclaw Black Diamond Road SE around 2 p.m. Officers positioned themselves on SR 169 until the K9 was deployed, then left.

– Officers contacted two individuals on 3rd Avenue around 8 p.m. One of the subjects had active warrants, and was arrested.

Jan. 29

– Officers aided Enumclaw police during a search for an assault suspect on Roosevelt Avenue around 12:15 a.m. Officers maintained a perimeter.

Jan. 30

– Officers responded to a one-vehicle collision on 224th Avenue SE around 7 p.m. Officers determined the driver was traveling at an unsafe speed, failed to navigate a curve, and left the roadway, crashing into a utility pole and knocking out power to the area. The driver was issued an infraction.