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Enumclaw, Black Diamond Police Blotter | Oct. 4 – 14

Welfare checks, threats to harm a dog, and a man reportedly washing his car shirtless.

ENUMCLAW

Oct. 7

– Officers performed a welfare check on an individual who had not been seen at the Enumclaw pool for over a week, which was unusual for this individual. Officers stopped by Ward Court residence around 12:15 p.m. but was unable to locate the subject, though speaking to a neighbor led police to believe there’s no issue.

– Around 3:30 p.m., officers received a report of an individual walking in and out of traffic on Griffin Avenue and Garrett Street. Police made contact with the individual, who agreed to stay out of the road.

– Officers were called to a Hazel Place residence to a report of a subject yelling and pounding on the reporting party’s door. Officers were able to settle the issue on contact.

– A shoplift at Grocery Outlet occurred around 5 p.m.; the subject left before officers arrived.

– Around 5 p.m., officers received multiple 911 calls from the same number. No one was on the line, but normal sounds were heard in the background. Officers checked out Olie Ann Place, where the call originated from, and determined there was no emergency.

– A fight between two subjects broke out behind QFC around 6 p.m. Physical contact was mutual, and both subjects agreed to stay away from each other.

Oct. 8

– Two 911 calls were made from the same room at Thunder Mountain Middle School around 10:30 a.m. The School Resource Officer responded and determined it was a misdial.

– An individual wanted to speak to officers over the phone about a potential trespassing issue around 8 p.m. The issue was cleared on contact.

– Officers spotted multiple subjects at a Harding Street park after hours, around 8:45 p.m. All subjects agreed to move along.

– A subject reported being the victim of a hit and run on Railroad Street around 11 p.m.

Oct. 9

– Officers were requested to increase patrols on Gossard Street due to suspicious activity near an empty residence.

– Around 5 p.m., officers received a report of a suspicious vehicle parked on Moore Avenue. Officers checked the vehicle and the driver said they were visiting someone in the area, and parked on the street due to limited parking elsewhere.

– Officers responded to a noise complaint at the VFW Hall around 10 p.m. The partiers agreed to turn the music down.

Oct. 10

– Officers again responded to a noise complaint at the VFW Hall, this time just after midnight. A verbal warning was given.

– A citizen found a lost dog on Link Avenue around 9:45 a.m. Luckily, the dog was chipped, and officers were able to learn who the owner was and return the dog.

– Officers received a report of a subject attempting to open a home window on Marion Street around 4:30 p.m. When officers arrived, the home was secure.

Oct. 11

– Around 8 a.m, officers performed a welfare check on a man laying in the roadway on SE 440th Street and Farman Street N. When they arrived, however, the man had departed.

– A Elmont Avenue vehicle prowl was caught on camera around 11:45 a.m. Officers took a report.

– Officers assisted in putting out a small fire on the trail behind the Helac buildings around 6:30 p.m.

– Around 6:45 p.m., officers responded to a report of a man sleeping on city property on Griffin Avenue. The man agreed to move along.

– A report of an erratic driver was made to officers around 9:15 p.m.; the driver was cited for driving with a suspended license.

Oct. 12

– Officers stopped a subject on Griffin Avenue around 8 a.m. due to a known warrant. The subject was arrested and booked.

– A 9 a.m. traffic stop on Myrtle Avenue and Wells Street resulted in the subject being arrested and booked on a felony warrant.

– Officers responded around 5:45 p.m. to a report of a lock being cut off a Loraine Street shed. Officers took a report and extra patrols were requested.

Oct. 13

– A suspicious person near the Work Sports and Outdoors reader board was reported to officers around 10 a.m. The man was just charging his phone.

– Officers received a report around 5:15 p.m. of a item from a car on Porter Street being thrown at a pedestrian. Officers were unable to locate the car or the pedestrian.

Oct. 14

– Officers assisted EMTs with a CPR in progress on Griffin Avenue, around 10 a.m. The subject, who was suffering from an overdose, regained consciousness and was transported to the hospital.

BLACK DIAMOND

Oct. 4

– Officers received 6 p.m. a report from a 2nd Avenue SE residence of a transient man threatening to kill the reporting party’s dog, which was barking at him through a fence. The reporting party declined to press charges.

– Around 6:30 p.m., officers were dispatched to 1st Avenue for a single motorcycle crash with injuries. Police arrived to find the rider walking around with minor abrasions. It appears the rider was making a left turn onto 1st Avenue which caused the engine guard bars to drag the asphalt.

– Officers were dispatched to a Black Diamond residence around 6:45 p.m. regarding a court order violation. After a short investigation, officers determined there was probable case for a violation of a civil order, and a citation was issued for the above charge to be provided to the court, as the suspect was already in custody.

Oct. 5

– Around 9 a.m., officers were dispatched to an empty SE Dogwood Street residence for a burglary report. The reporting party indicated nothing was stolen, but the inside of the home was vandalized.

– Around 8 p.m., officers were dispatched to a CPR in progress on 3rd Avenue. A medical transport unit was transporting a patient from St. Elizabeth Hospital to a Seattle-area hospital when the ambulance had to stop to perform CPR. The patient died, and a death investigation was conducted.

Oct. 8

– Officers were dispatched to Roberts Drive around 5:15 p.m. to a report of a dispute. When officers arrived, it appeared a subject was blocking in a delivery driver; the subject was arrested for disorderly conduct and harassment and booked into the Enumclaw jail.

Oct. 9

– Officers conducted a traffic stop on SE 288th Street around 9:30 p.m.; it was quickly determined the driver was under the influence and his license was suspended. The driver was arrested and booked at the Enumclaw jail.

Oct. 10

– Around 11:45 p.m., officers were dispatched to a physical domestic violence call in progress near Terrace Place. It was determined the subject assaulted three different people, was arrested for assault in the fourth degree, and booked into the Enumclaw jail.

Oct. 11

– Officers were dispatched to a 3rd Avenue parking lot where a man was reportedly washing his car shirtless. When officers arrived around 9 a.m., the man was already gone.

– Around 8:30 p.m., police were called to investigate a subject riding a bike around 3rd Avenue and looking into the windows of nearby businesses. Officers found the individual was wanted by the Department of Corrections, and was arrested and booked into the SCORE Jail.




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