Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Oct. 29 – Nov. 6

A hit and run, sleeping in a car, and an escaped dog.

ENUMCLAW

November 6

– Police responded at 4:14 p.mm. to a Battersby Avenue address after learning of a dispute between neighbors. The issue was settled upon police contact.

– A vehicle was found in the ditch in the vicinity of 244th Avenue Southeast and Southeast 448th Street. City police assisted with traffic control while the vehicle was moved.

– A person working security at St. Elizabeth Hospital was the victim of a 12:42 p.m. assault. A report was taken.

November 5

– Enumclaw police were called to assist Buckley officers who were responding to Wilkeson on a domestic violence call.

– A barking dog prompted an early-evening call to police. It was discovered the dog had gotten out of its Lafromboise Street home and wanted back in; the owner, however, was not home. A neighbor assisted in getting the canine home.

– A school resource officer advised of an afternoon assault involving two students. It was determined to be a case of mutual combat and no charges were to be filed.

November 4

– Police took a 8:37 report of an assault involving two individuals. An officer responded to the Spruce Drive location where one person was arrested and later booked into the city jail.

November 3

– City police were called upon to assist King County deputies who were responding at 3:50 a.m. to a reported hit-and-run incident at 260th Avenue Southeast and Southeast 424th Street.

November 2

– A patrolling officer spotted what appeared to be a suspicious vehicle at 11:07 a.m. in the vicinity of Railroad Street and Monroe Avenue. It turned out the driver was lost and the officer provided direction.

– A traffic stop on 244th Avenue Southeast resulted in a driver being arrested, transported, booked into jail and later released, all on a charge of driving with a suspended license. The vehicle was left at the scene for a relative to pick up. It was one of several DWSL incidents on the day.

November 1

– A hit-and-run incident occurred at a Commerce Street business. The situation was being investigated to determine if it would be handled as a civil or criminal case.

– A school resource officer advised of an assault. Information was taken but the victim did not want to assist with prosecution.

– Police were told of someone sleeping in a vehicle at a Spruce Street address. Police made contact and then arrested the individual, who was wanted on Enumclaw Municipal Court warrants.

– A school resource officer reported threats had been made via social media at Enumclaw Middle School. Contact was made with all the involved parties and the situation was resolved.

– Police responded at 12:36 a.m. to a domestic incident that turned physical at a Cinkovich Street location. The suspect departed prior to police arrival but was later arrested, transported and booked into jail for fourth-degree assault/domestic violence.

October 31

– A patrolling officer responded to Buckley shortly before 10 p.m. to arrest, transport and book a suspect into the Enumclaw jail. The individual was wanted on an Enumclaw warrant.

– Police took an anonymous report of a pit bull residing at a home in the city limits. The dog was not being aggressive or running loose; rather, the call was made due to the breed. There was no contact with the resident, pending determination of how to proceed.

October 29

– Sounds of a disturbance at a Watson Street location prompted a 10:30 p.m. call to police. Officers responded and arrested a juvenile for assault and malicious mischief.

BLACK DIAMOND

November 3

– An officer was dispatched just after 5 p.m. following a phone report for a civil standby, regarding a parenting plan. The officer telephoned a resident of of Naches Peak Lane who said her ex-husband was refusing to return their child to her house. She said they both have custody of the child. It was determined to be a civil matter and no crime was reported.

– Both Black Diamond and Enumclaw officers responded at about 4 p.m. to the area of 260th Avenue Southeast and Southeast 424th Street to assist the King County Sheriff’s Office on a hit-and-run incident. Officers conducted an area check for the vehicle’s occupants who had fled on foot. Officers were unable to locate the subjects and cleared the scene without incident.

November 2

– An officer was dispatched at 4 p.m to the 32500 block of Third Avenue regarding a suspicious subject. An officer contacted the complainant at his residence. The complainant had been issued a check from a law firm known to him. The person who delivered the check took a photo of the complainant’s ID as proof of receipt and had him sign for the check. It was determined to be a civil matter and no criminal act had occurred.

– At about 8 a.m., officers contacted an individual sleeping on the property of a business in the 30700 block of Third Avenue. The person was asked to move from the property and agreed to do so.

November 1

– After hearing that a domestic violence protection order was being violated, police responded to the 31300 block of Third Avenue. Officers arrived in the area and located a suspect in a nearby parking lot. The suspect was arrested and later booked into the Enumclaw jail.

– At about 3:40 a.m., Black Diamond officers were called to assist King County deputies in the 32000 block of Union Drive. They were on the scene with an unoccupied vehicle that had been involved in a collision. The registered owner was a resident of Black Diamond and deputies requested that city police make contact with the owner. Officers arrived at the address and made contact with the registered owner’s stepmother, who said the vehicle had been sold approximately a week earlier. Officers relayed this information to King County and cleared the scene.

October 31

– At 7:48 a.m. city police were told of an assault that took place at a residence in the 31300 block of Third Avenue. Officers responded, conducted an investigation and determined that a female had assaulted her husband by striking him across the head with a glass lid to an appliance. The wife was taken into custody for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence) and booked into the SCORE jail in Des Moines.

– A man called city police just before 4 a.m. asking that they check on the welfare of his girlfriend. She had been working at a service station and sent her boyfriend a message, stating someone in a van was watching her as she closed for the night. Officers responded and found her car was gone and the business was closed. Officers learned she lived in unincorporated King County and forwarded the call to county deputies.


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