Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Jan. 29 – Feb. 5

Disturbance at the Senior Center, an egging, and stolen doors.


February 5

– Police responded at 9 p.m. to a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Griffin Avenue and Porter Street. Traffic was not blocked and no one was hurt.

February 4

– Officers were asked to provide transportation for a citizen to a Justice Place address and to stand by while he retrieved property. The individual took possession of his vehicle and departed without incident.

– Police were told of an ongoing issue with someone harassing an employee at a business off state Route 410. Officers made contact with staff and asked that they be called if the individual returned.

– An unwanted individual was reported to be causing a disturbance at the Enumclaw Senior Center. Police responded and contacted the person in question, who was told not to return.

– An inmate on a medical furlough left St. Elizabeth Hospital. Police searched the area but could not locate the suspect. An escape charge was added to an existing charge.

– An individual was formally trespassed from both Kibler Elementary School and Thunder Mountain Middle School.

– Police took a report about a student suffering a seizure while riding a school bus. Medical personnel was asked to meet the bus at Enumclaw High School. The scene was released to medical staff.

– An assault between family members was reported at a Justice Place address. A suspect was taken into custody and booked into the city jail. The incident was reported to police at 6:35 a.m. and the inmate was release at 10:37 p.m. upon receipt of bail.

February 3

– While arresting an individual who was wanted on a Department of Corrections warrant, police found the suspect in possession of illegal weapons. While that charge was pending, the suspect was released to the DOC.

– A purse was reported stolen from a vehicle at a Chinook Avenue address. A possible suspect was identified.

– Police responded to a two-vehicle accident shortly before 7 p.m. at a Stevenson Avenue location. One of the drivers was arrested and booked into jail for DUI. She was released upon receipt of bail.

February 2

– A citizen arrived at the police station, reporting someone had written his girlfriend’s name on a bathroom wall at a city business. His complaint was that the business was not helping him cover it.

– A firearm and ammunition were surrendered for safekeeping, a step related to a prior domestic violence incident. A court order was updated.

– Police were told of a residential burglary that occurred the previous evening at a Berilla Drive location. The victim was to compile a list of missing items.

February 1

– A report of someone looking into vehicles had officers responding at 2:41 p.m. to a Roosevelt Avenue location. They encountered an individual was wanted on warrants issued by Enumclaw Municipal Court. The suspect was transported to the police station for booking and was additionally charged with being in possession of drug paraphernalia.

– A Pioneer Street resident reported a home was “egged” during the night. There was no damage done but extra patrol was requested.

– Police checked on the welfare of an individual at an area park. Contact was made and King County crisis staff was responding to provide assistance.

January 31

– A violation of a court order, in the form of a text message, resulted in some being booked into the SCORE jail in Des Moines.


February 2

– At 9:11 p.m. an officer stopped a vehicle in the 23500 block of Southeast 288th Street and subsequently arrested the driver for DUI. The suspect was booked into the Issaquah jail.

– An officer responded to the 30500 block of Cumberland Drive following a reported hit-and-run of a parked vehicle. A suspect was identified, arrested, charged and booked into jail.

February 1

– Officers conducted a traffic stop at 5:22 p.m. in the 23000 block of Southeast 288th Street. During the investigation, the passenger was arrested on two charges, violation of a protection order and possession of drug paraphernalia. The passenger was booked into King County Regional Justice Center.

– Officers conducted a traffic stop at 1:10 a.m. in the 26200 block of Lawson Street. Upon investigation the driver was placed under arrest for DUI and was booked into the Enumclaw jail.

January 31

– At approximately 9:34 p.m., an officer came across a tree that had fallen and was blocking both lanes of traffic in the 15400 block of Southeast Lake Holmes Road. With the assistance of several motorists, the tree was removed from the roadway and normal traffic was restored. No property was damaged and no one was injured.

January 30

– Shortly before midnight, officers stopped a vehicle near the 30500 block of Third Avenue. Upon investigation it was determined that the driver was under the influence of alcohol. The vehicle was towed and the driver was arrested for DUI and booked into the Enumclaw jail.

January 29

– Police took a call regarding the theft of four doors from a construction site in the 33000 block of Snowfield Court. The called reported the theft had occurred between Jan. 2 and Jan. 16 and the estimated loss was $596.54. There were no immediate suspects.

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