Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Sept. 29 – Oct. 11

Possible teenage car prowler, an assault with a firearm, and someone passed out on the sidewalk.

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ENUMCLAW

Oct. 7:

– Officers spotted a suspicious vehicle at McFarland Park around 10 p.m. After making contact with the occupant, the subject agreed to move along.

– Around 10 p.m., officers contacted a known subject at Rotary Park. The subject said he was cleaning up his mess and wound be moving along.

– A driver was pulled over around 9 p.m. at the intersection of Griffin Avenue and Franklin Street. The driver was cited for driving without a license.

– Officers were alerted to damaged city property on Porter Street around 5:30 p.m. City shops were notified of the damage.

– A verbal dispute was occurring on Watson Street around 4:30 p.m. Officers contacted one of the two people involved and determined no crime was committed.

– A traffic stop on Marshall Avenue and Railroad Street around 3 p.m. resulted in the driver being cited and released for driving without a license.

– Officers were alerted by a Rainier Avenue business around noon of a subject sleeping in a car. Contact was made and the subject was trespassed.

– A subject arrived at the EPD lobby with a found syringe around 11 a.m. The needle was taken and destroyed.

– Around 9 a.m. officers investigated a suspicious vehicle on Griffin Avenue with a broken window. It appeared the window was broken in order to get keys out of the locked car.

– A missing elderly subject with dementia was reported to have left his hose around 8 a.m. Around 1 p.m., the EDP initiated a Silver Alert. By 8 p.m., the subject was found by the WSP.

Oct. 6:

– Around 8 p.m. officers were alerted to a suspicious male subject looking into vehicles at the Starbucks on Garrett Street. When officers responded, the subject was picked up by his mother and left.

– Officers arrested a wanted woman at her residence on Lowell Place around 6 p.m.

– A report of a man defecating on the side of Roosevelt Avenue was investigated by officers around 5 p.m. An area check was negative.

– Officers were alerted to a subject going through mailboxes on SE 432nd Street. Officers checked the area but found no subjects.

– Around 10:30 a.m., an employee of a Griffin Ave. business reported a hit and run with their vehicle. The suspect returned around 12:30 p.m. and the victim said they did not want to press charges.

– A McKinley Street resident entered the EPD lobby around 9 a.m. to report her car had been keyed.

– Officers responded to a Loraine Street address around 1:30 a.m. to a report of a possible break in. Officers found no evidence of a crime.

Oct. 5:

– Officers came across subjects at McFarland Park after hours, around 11:30 p.m. The subjects agreed to move along.

– A verbal dispute between intoxicated subjects on Cole Street. around 8:30 p.m. needed officer intervention.

– Someone caused a disturbance on Warner Avenue around 8 p.m. Officers arrived and the subject left with a relative.

– Officers attempted to locate an individual yelling at cars on the corner of Semanski Street and SR 410 around 6:30 p.m., but were unable to find the subject.

– A subject dropped off two MAGPUL 30-round magazines and a MAGPUL butt stock to officers at the EPD lobby around 1 p.m. The butt stock was placed on the armory, the ammunition destroyed.

– Officers were alerted to a father walking off with a child around 11 a.m. The mother didn’t want to press charges but wanted the child returned if officers spot the father.

– An individual came to the EDP lobby around 10 a.m. to complain of a subject on Cole Street sleeping on benches and leaving garbage around. Officers made contact and the subject agreed to clean up and leave.

– An assault with a firearm occurred on Cinkovich Street around 2 a.m. Officers were at first unable to locate the suspect, but around 8 p.m., located the individual and arrested them.

Oct. 4:

– Officers were told of a verbal dispute on Watson Street around 9 p.m. The fight was settled on contact.

– A 3:30 p.m. report of an unwanted subject at Rite-Aid ended with officers giving the subject a courtesy ride.

– Around 1 p.m., officers were requested to check up on a Roosevelt Avenue resident that hadn’t been seen for a week. Contact was made and the individual was fine.

– A good samaritan offered to give a ride to an unknown woman but ran into trouble when the woman wouldn’t get out of the car on Monroe Avenue around noon. Officers arrived on the scene to find the woman did, indeed, leave.

BLACK DIAMOND

Oct. 11:

– Shortly before 1 a.m. an officer observed what appeared to be a suspicious subject standing outside the entrance of a Railroad Avenue business. After contacting the individual, it was determined he was an employee of the business and was using wi-fi to make a phone call. His identity was confirmed by a manager.

– At 11:15 p.m. an officer was dispatched to a Pacific Street location regarding a harassment report taken by telephone. After being contacted the involved parties admitted to being intoxicated and apologized for their conduct.

Oct. 10:

– Officers were dispatched to a Fairfax Street location after receiving an afternoon report of an assault. Police were able to determine a crime involving a juvenile had occurred; the case was forwarded to the prosecutor for review.

– Police were dispatched at 8:30 a.m. to a Railroad Avenue location where they assisted fire department personnel with a patient who was experiencing medical issues. Officers assisted with scene control while medics assessed the individual.

Oct. 9:

– A patrolling officer came across a disabled vehicle that had struck debris in the roadway. The incident occurred just before midnight on Third Avenue. The officer ensured the driver was safely off the road and had a trailer coming to move the vehicle. The officer returned when the trailer arrived, provided traffic control and assisted with getting the vehicle on the trailer.

Oct. 8:

– Police took a morning call from Valley Communication regarding a burglary at a housing development on Southeast Stevens Street. The project manager reported someone had stolen a tankless water heater from a home under construction. Police found no sign of forced entry and no suspect information was provided.

Oct. 7:

– At approximately 9:46 a.m. officers responded to a burglary at a Skyline Lane location. An investigation was conducted and a report was completed.

Oct. 5:

– Police took a 9 p.m. report of a vehicle colliding with a bear on Roberts Drive. When officers arrived they could locate neither the vehicle nor the bear.

– A Black Diamond officer responded at 2:16 a.m. to a Cinkovich Street location in Enumclaw to assist that city’s officers who were dealing with an in-progress assault involving a firearm and multiple people at the residence. The officer helped with scene security and an attempt to located a suspect who had fled the scene on foot. Later in the day, at 7:25 p.m., Black Diamond police returned to Enumclaw to assist officers who were taking an assault suspect into custody at the Cinkovich Street address. The suspect was taken into custody without incident and Black Diamond police departed.

– At 5:38 p.m. police made contact with juveniles who were sitting inside a fenced-off portion of a park. The juveniles departed when instructed to do so.

– Officers responded to an afternoon traffic accident in the 32600 block of Third Avenue. An investigation was conducted and a collision report was completed.

– Police assisted with traffic control at 2:40 p.m. during a construction project that involved closing Third Avenue at Park Street for approximately 20 minutes.

Oct. 4:

– Officers responded at 2:04 p.m. to a two-vehicle collision in the 23400 block of Roberts Drive. Investigation revealed the at-fault driver was under the influence of intoxicants. The individual was arrested and booked in the Enumclaw jail; the vehicle was impounded.

– The theft of an automobile was reported at 3:25 p.m. by someone at a Cumberland Place address. It was determined, however, the vehicle in question had been involved in a hit-and-run incident a day earlier and had been towed away.

Oct. 3:

– The King County Sheriff’s Office requested assistance for checking on the owner of a vehicle involved in a collision around 8 p.m. The officer visited the owner’s home on Cumberland Place but no one answered the door.

– Officers were called just after midnight to check on a male subject apparently passed out on a sidewalk in the 23700 block of Roberts Drive. The BDPD requested the fire department to evaluate the subject, who deemed him OK to be released at the scene.

Oct. 2:

– Police were on the lookout for a vehicle being driven recklessly on Baker Street around 6 p.m. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle.

Oct. 1:

– A two-vehicle car crash on 3rd Ave. was reported to officers around 2 p.m. Officers found there were no injuries, and cited one driver for failing to yield.

Sept. 29:

– Officers stopped a driver on Lawson St. around 11 p.m. for speeding. The driver was found to not have a valid driver’s license, and the car was towed after the driver was given an infraction. The driver was given a courtesy ride to Buckley.


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