Enumclaw police blotter | Sept. 19 – 26

Stolen guns and someone trying to dine and dash.


September 26

– Police received a report of child abuse. It was determined the incident in question had previously been reported and investigated.

– At 2:26 a.m. a call was received regarding loud music coming from a Petersen Drive address. An officer responded and contacted the residents, who said they would be turning off the music and going to bed.

September 25

– Police took a 9 p.m. call regarding suspicious subjects at the city library. An officer responded and found a person who was wanted on an Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant. The individual was arrested and booked into the city jail.

– A Gossard Street resident notified police at 5:17 p.m. after watching someone attempt to take packages from a neighbor’s porch. The suspect left the packages at the home when the neighbor made contact. Police searched the area but could not find the suspect.

– A Division Street homeowner called police after a dog became locked in a room. An officer responded and helped free the dog from the room.

– A bicyclist suffered minor injuries and was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital after being involved in an accident with a vehicle. The incident occurred at 3:50 p.m. at the intersection of Garrett Street and Stevenson Avenue.

– A citizen arrived at the police station to report ongoing domestic issues. An officer told him of his options.

September 24

– Guns were reportedly stolen from a trailer at a Griffin Avenue location. Information about a possible suspect was provided.

September 23

– A suspect was arrested and booked into the city jail due to an Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant and for possession of drug paraphernalia.

– Police took an 8 p.m. report of an intoxicated person at a Cole Street location. An officer made contact and provided transportation.

– A student’s backpack was stolen, including a Chromebook and camera.

– A caller told police she was having trouble with her husband, who was being unruly about a trip to see a doctor. It was noted the trouble might have been related to prescription medications. The problem was settled upon police contact.

– A dispatcher called Enumclaw police because a passenger was harassing a bus driver. The incident occurred while the bus was on Semanski Street. The suspect departed before police arrived and could not be located.

– Police responded at 12:42 a.m. to a case of mutual combat at a Cole Street location. Neither of the involved parties wished to press charges.

September 22

– A customer reportedly left a downtown restaurant without paying and threatened employees after being confronted outside the establishment. Police arrived and arrested the individual for harassment; also, the suspect was trespassed from the restaurant. The suspect was released from jail the following morning after posting bail.

– A domestic violence incident resulted in one person being arrested for assault and booked into the city jail. After a bail bond was posted the following day the suspect was released.

– Staff at a city care center reported a resident was being combative. After being contacted, the resident agreed to be transported by medical personnel. Staff at the facility were to work on alternative placement for the resident.

– At 1:20 a.m., an officer made contact with several juveniles who were taking pallets from a local grocery store. They were advised to return the property and leave the scene, which they did.

September 21

– Police were told of a fight involving several people outside a Griffin Avenue restaurant. Officers responded to the 11 p.m. call and were told no one wished to press charges.

– A report was issued concerning excessive noise stemming from a party at a lodge building. Police responded at 9:13 p.m. and the party organizers cooperated by turning down the volume.

– A patrolling officer observed a vehicle being driven recklessly at 1:15 a.m. in the vicinity of Roosevelt Avenue and McKinley Street. After stopping the vehicle, the driver was arrested for DUI. The automobile was impounded.

September 20

– Police responded to a pair of “controlled substance” reports at the Enumclaw Expo Center fieldhouse. In each case, an officer was advised of a suspect in possession of drugs. The drugs were confiscated and were to be tested and both suspects were released to their parents.

– A victim arrived at the police station at 2:44 p.m., alleging he was punched by people he knows. The victim declined medical assistance. An officer spoke with both the victim and witnesses. A school resource officer was to follow up the next day and contact the suspects.

– Enumclaw police made contact at 12:46 a.m. with an individual wanted on warrants. Both Bonney Lake and Federal Way declined to extradite so the individual was released.

September 19

– An uninvolved passerby reported a 5:35 p.m. fight involving two people at a Semanski Street location. An officer contacted one of the individuals and determined it had been a case of mutual combat. The second person involved had already departed.

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