Enumclaw police blotter | Sept. 23 – 29 |

Trespassing, driving under the influence and a man just putting on his shoes.


Sept. 23

– Officers were alerted to someone trespassing on a Stevenson Avenue property around noon. After officers arrived, the subject left.

– A call came in around 1:30 p.m. regarding suspicious activity on Semanski Street. Officers talked to several subjects in the area, but nothing suspicious was found.

– Officers responded to a call regarding malicious mischief at the Enumclaw Expo Center around 2:30 p.m. A report was taken.

– While on patrol, officers came across a vehicle at the Enumclaw COVID testing site after hours, around 10:30 p.m. The issue was settled on contact.

– Officers were flagged down on Roosevelt Avenue around 10:30 p.m. to help a driver who locked their keys in their car. Fred’s Towing was contacted.

– A citizen flagged down officers at the Safeway around 11:30 p.m. for a possible shoplift in progress. The issue was settled on contact.

Sept. 24

– Officers responded to a possible DUI on Griffin Avenue and Florence Street around 2 a.m. The driver was arrested and the vehicle impounded.

– A report came in around 5 a.m. of another possible drunk driver, this time on Monroe Avenue. However, officers determined the driver was not impaired.

– Officers performed a welfare check on a subject on Myrtle Avenue around 4 p.m. The subject ended up being walked home by a friend.

– Roommates at a Link Avenue address got into a dispute. Officers responded around 7:30 p.m. and settled the issue.

Sept. 25

– An alarm at a Watson Street construction site alerted officers to a trespasser around 2:30 a.m. Officers removed the subject from the property.

– Officers performed a traffic stop on S.R. 410 and 244th Avenue SE around 3 a.m. The driver was arrested for DUI and booked at the Enumclaw jail.

– A report came in about a reckless driver on Railroad Street around 10 p.m. Officers responded and arrested the driver for DUI.

Sept. 26

– Officers were called to Porter Street around 3:45 p.m. to investigate what looked like a bike theft in progress. The bike belonged to the person at the scene.

– A woman was making loud noises in the Watson Street Taco Bell restroom around 7 p.m. Officers responded and the woman was trespassed from the business.

Sept. 27

– Someone reported a subject laying down on the sidewalk near Cole Street and Roosevelt Avenue around 8 a.m. Officers arrived at the scene and noted it was a known subject who was just putting on his shoes.

Sept. 28

– Officers were alerted to a malicious mischief in progress at McFarland Park around 5 p.m. The subject in question was arrested, booked, and released.

Sept. 29

– A weed trimmer was stolen from Cutters Supply, and officers responded to the scene around 3:45 p.m. The trimmer was found for sale on Offer Up later in the day, and the business opted to contact the jurisdiction where the trimmer was being sold from.