Tuesday, Feb. 7
Vehicle Theft: A 1998 Honda Civic was reported stolen sometime after 8:30 p.m. on Monday from Wynalda Drive. It was located Wednesday in Tacoma.
Burning: Police responded to a report of reckless burning on school property on Semanski Street by a student at 11:59 a.m. They were released to a parent. Editor's Note: It's not clear whether this was Enumclaw High School or Enumclaw Middle School.
Suspicious Jewelry: Police received a report that a man entered a business on Garrett Street at 3:59 p.m. with a large amount of jewelry to sell from what he says was a family member. Employees reportedly became suspicious when he had trouble answering their questions about the origin of the jewelry. He left in a mid 1990s red Honda. Information was forwarded to King County due to recent residential burglaries in the Enumclaw area with vintage jewelry taken.
Gas Thief: Police received a report at 9:29 p.m. that a man was seeing trying to siphon gas from vehicles on Blake Street. Officers were informed the suspect was dropped off in a silver Chevy truck with a long bed and burgundy two-tone striping. He was last seen westbound on Dickson Avenue wearing a bandana and black clothing. Police engaged in a brief pursuit on foot but did not locate the suspect.
Wednesday, Feb. 8
No Interlock: A driver was arrested for driving without an interlock device after a traffic stop on Griffin Avenue at Garfield Street at 12:03 a.m.
Jewelry Theft: Police received a report at 10:50 a.m. that a woman's jewelry was stolen from her home on Nielson Avenue by her ex-boyfriend.
Drug Investigation: Police responded to a property on Loraine Street at 12:41 p.m. to investigate a possible marijuana growing facility. They determined all was in compliance.
Disturbance: An elderly man was reportedly out of control at a facility on Cole Street at 6:58 p.m. and yelling at staff and other residents. He agreed to return to his room and calm down.
Violation Arrest: Police arrested one person at a home on Harding Street at 11:11 p.m. after responding to a report of something 'going on' at the home. A resident reported that there were people outside that were threatening him. The arrested subject had violated a no contact domestic violence order and also warrants out Seattle.
Thursday, Feb. 9
Violation Arrest: Police arrested a subject at a property on Bangert Place at 3:37 a.m. for violating a no contact order through the use of texts, videos and the phone.
Extra Traffic Patrols at Kibler: Extra patrols have been requested at Kibler Elementary School in the afternoons due to parking issues. A staff member reportedly asked a man in a blue Toyota Matrix to move his vehicle and he was belligerent and refused to cooperate.
Reckless Driving: Police received a report of a recklessly driven vehicle on Roosevelt Avenue at 4:13 p.m. described as a white Mazda with a dealer plate. The man driving it pulled into Fugate Ford and ran upstairs into an office. Police contacted both parties and it may have been that a third vehicle was involved in the incident.
Assault: An employee of a business on Griffin Avenue was reportedly assaulted by a man in the parking lot at 9:44 p.m. The suspect was driving a silver Jeep SUV with numerous stickers on the back. The victim told police they knew the suspect, and further action was pending.