Plateau police blotter | Jan. 22 – Feb. 2

Suspended licenses in Buckley, a fight at The Ski in Enumclaw, and a child unhappy with his chores in Black Diamond.


Jan. 22

– While on patrol, officers saw a vehicle swerving without headlights and failed to use a turn signal on SR 410 around 3:09 a.m. Police smelled intoxicants after pulling the vehicle over and the driver was arrested for DUI.

Jan. 24

– Police spotted a vehicle with expired registration on SR 410 and SR 165 around 8:43 a.m. After pulling the vehicle over, it was determined the driver had a suspended license and two warrants; she was arrested and the car impounded.

– Officers conducted a routine license plate check on a vehicle driving on SR 410 and SR 165 around 9:14 a.m., finding the plate expired July 2022. After pulling the vehicle over, police learned the driver also had a suspended license and a misdemeanor warrant; he was arrested.

– Police located a vehicle near SR 165 that had previously fled from another officer around 10:37 p.m. Officers again attempted to pull the vehicle over, but it fled. The vehicle was located nearby, unoccupied, and was determined to be stolen. The owner was contacted.


Jan. 26

– A vehicle was stolen while being serviced at a Roosevelt Avenue dealership around 1:23 p.m. Deputies found the vehicle Jan. 29.

– Officers were dispatched to Enumclaw High to a report of staff hearing strange banging sounds coming from outside the school building around 2:52 a.m. Nothing was found.

Jan. 27

– Police were alerted to a vehicle stolen off Warner Avenue overnight; the car was found Feb. 1 while officers were on patrol.

– A subject was trespassed from the Rite Aid complex on Roosevelt Avenue around 6:47 p.m.; owners gave the subject until Jan. 28 to move their motorhome.

– A subject was arrested and booked on an Enumclaw warrant on Roosevelt Avenue around 7:12 p.m.

Jan. 28

– A fight at The Ski Inn resulted in two subjects being arrested on multiple charges around 1:16 a.m.

– One subject was arrested for domestic assault on Edel Avenue around 3:02 p.m.

– The Expo Center reported stolen benches around 9:45 a.m.; they called officers back about an hour later saying the benches were located.

Jan. 29

– Officers received a report of a subject standing in the middle of Roosevelt Avenue around 4:48 a.m. The subject was arrested on a warrant.

– A subject came into the police department asking police to check for warrants around 7:02 p.m. The subject had a felony warrant and was arrested.

– A traffic stop on Warner Avenue resulted in a DUI arrest around 9:04 p.m.

– A Wells Street subject reported his mother missing around 10:52 p.m. The subject was later found.

Jan. 30

– EMS and police responded to a possible overdose on Battersby Avenue around 2:35 p.m. The subject was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital at their request.

– Officers received a call about a possible shoplift at Safeway around 9:06 p.m. One subject was arrested and trespassed.

Jan. 31

– Police fielded a report about a bull in the middle of Roosevelt Avenue around 6:28 a.m. They were unable to locate the animal.

– Officers and EMS responded to an overdose at an undisclosed location. The subject was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital.

– Police helped facilitate a firearms surrender on Edel Avenue around 2:53 p.m.

Feb. 1

– Officers attempted a traffic stop on SR 410 and Semanski Street around 12:05 a.m., but the vehicle fled.

– Police and fire responded to a possible illegal burn on Garfield Street around 1:42 p.m. A subject was counseled on city ordnance.

– Another illegal burn was spotted on Roosevelt Avenue around 11:09 p.m. The fire was extinguished.

Feb. 2

– A traffic stop on Roosevelt Avenue around 7:45 a.m. resulted in a warrant arrest.

– A subject was trespassed from the Guesthouse Inn around 8:17 a.m.


Jan. 26

– Officers were dispatched to Lawson Street around 3:39 p.m. in regard to a single vehicle collision. No one was injured, and someone with a Jeep was able to remove the car from a ditch.

– Police performed a welfare check at Village at Ten Trails Apartments around 5:29 p.m. in regard to a crying child. Officers learned the child was just upset at having to do chores.

– Officers received a report of a possible stolen vehicle on 6th Avenue around 10:21 p.m. Police determined the car was not stolen after a short investigation.

Jan. 28

– Police were dispatched to Griffin Avenue in Enumclaw to a report of a fight around 1:56 a.m. While en route, the call was cancelled by dispatch.

– Officers arrested one subject for assault on Ten Trails Parkway around 10:31 p.m.