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Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Sept. 9 – 15 |

Stolen motorcycles recovered and hit-and-run collisions


Sept. 9

– Officers were called to Harding Street around 8:30 a.m. to investigate a man loitering at a local park. When officers arrived, they were unable to locate the subject.

– A possible DUI had officers responding to a call from the corner of Noel Street and Warwick Street around 4:30 p.m. After speaking to all parties involved, the scene was cleared.

– A landlord and the tenants of a 244th Avenue SE residence called the police to settle a dispute. When officers arrived, a search warrant was granted to search the premises and three stolen motorcycles were recovered.

– Enumclaw officers were called to Buckley around 7 p.m. when a report came in about a woman handcuffed to the handlebar above the window. Turns out, the occupants of the car were just playing with Halloween props they just brought. Officers cleared the scene after arrival.

– Around 8:30 p.m., officers were called to investigate an abandoned vehicle in the turn lane on 244th Avenue SE. It was determined the car was associated with a nearby residence, and was moved.

– Officers were alerted to someone having removed the drain cover in the Rotary City Park parking lot around 9:30 p.m. The cover was soon replaced.

Sept. 10

– Around 1 p.m., officers were called to handle a male exposing himself to traffic on Griffin Avenue. Contact was made and the subject agreed to move along.

– A report of a male subject digging off of Roosevelt Avenue was made to police around 7 p.m. Officers responded, but were unable to find the man.

– Officers were flagged down by Seeder’s staff to help remove an unwanted individual around 11 p.m. The subject agreed to move along after officers arrived.

Sept. 11

– A hit and run on Griffin Avenue around 3:30 a.m. resulted in a suspect being booked and released.

– Officers were given a report of a man in distress on Griffin Avenue and Porter Street around 1 p.m. Upon arrival, the subject agreed to move along.

– Another hit and run, this time on Monroe Avenue around 4 p.m., resulted in officers mailing a citation to the subject, who had left the scene.

– A male was reportedly acting suspicious at the Enumclaw Skate Park around 5:30 p.m. Officers cleared the scene.

– Officers responded to a number of vehicles spinning out in the Expo Center parking lot around 11 p.m. The issue was cleared on contact.

Sept. 12

– Around 11 a.m., officers were given a report of a man allegedly damaging the sidewalk on the corner of Railroad Street and Griffin Avenue. The man left after officers arrived.

– A report of drug use outside the Safeway parking lot resulted in officers performing a traffic stop around 2:30 p.m. It was determined the driver had a suspended license, and they were booked and released.

– The same man who was damaging city sidewalks earlier in the day was spotted again, this time on Cole Street and Initial Avenue around 2 p.m. Officers attempted to contact the man again, but he was gone by the time they arrived.

– A Good Samaritan returned a wallet found near I-90 and Highway 18 around 6 p.m. Officers were able to contact the owner, who wanted the wallet to be mailed to him.

Sept. 13

– Officers stopped a group of people in the parking lot of Cascade Automotive while the business was closed, around 3 a.m. It was quickly determined the group of people were dropping off a vehicle for service.

– Around 4 a.m., a vehicle was stopped on Roosevelt Avenue for being associated with a felony warrant. However, the wanted subject was not in the car at this time, and the vehicle was released.

– Officers approached a number of people at Dwight Garrett Park after hours, around 11 a.m. They agreed to leave the park.

Sept. 14

– A Battersby Avenue resident called officers around 3:30 p.m. to report that her neighbor stole her McDonalds meal. Officers explained what options were available to her.

Sept. 15

– Officers responded to a McKinley Street report of a stolen truck around 7 a.m. Unable to find the truck in the immediate area, a report was filed with the state. Luckily, the truck was spotted around 9 a.m. in Auburn, and the car was impounded for the owner.

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