Threats made against residents | Enumclaw Police

Officers were advised Oct. 24 of threats made against residents at a location on Southeast 432nd Street.

  • Wednesday, October 30, 2013 2:23pm
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POSSIBLE DUI: Police were told Oct. 25 of a man pumping gas who appeared intoxicated. Officers responded and found he was not impaired but was driving with a suspended license. He was arrested and a family member was called to retrieve the vehicle.

ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS: An employee at a Griffin Avenue business was cited and released Oct. 25 for furnishing alcohol to a minor. The incident occurred at 8:24 p.m. About 20 minutes later, an employee at another Griffin Avenue business, just a block away, was cited for the same violation.

COYOTE CALL: An officer responded the afternoon of Oct. 24 to a report of a sick or injured coyote in the vicinity of the Foothills Trail near Warner Avenue. The officer spotted the animal, which took off on foot, appearing neither sick nor injured. The Department of Fish and Wildlife was contacted and that agency was to determine if a response was necessary.

RUNAWAY STUDENT: A juvenile fled on foot the afternoon of Oct. 24 from Southwood Elementary School. He was located by police and reunited with faculty and family.

THREAT MADE: Officers were advised Oct. 24 of threats made against residents at a location on Southeast 432nd Street. The suspect was said to be armed and assaultive and the subject of an active warrant issued by the state Department of Corrections. If he was spotted, the Des Moines Police Department was to be contacted.

 


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