Suspicious Green Jetta, a Hit and Run and Medical Aid at the Pool in March 8 Blotter

A roundup of Enumclaw police reports from Thursday, March 8.

Warrant Arrest: Police received a report from Washington State Patrol at 12:56 a.m. that a trooper was following a vehicle on State Route 164 at 416th Street that was associated with an Enumclaw police warrant. The driver was suspended and taken into custody for second-degree driving while license suspended and the Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant for interlock violation.

Elderly Assist: Police assisted Buckley police at 3:15 a.m. with a 911 hang-up call connected with an elderly male who was being uncooperative. He was taken into custody and later transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital.

Hit and Run: An officer was flagged down at 2:07 p.m. on Railroad Street after a reported hit and run accident. The suspect was seen fleeing in a vehicle eastbound on Griffin Avenue.

Trespassing: A business on Roosevelt Avenue requested at 3:54 p.m. that police trespass a group of juveniles that were associated with an earlier theft at the store. Four were trespassed.

Welfare Check: Police received a report at 4:20 p.m. of a woman staggering down Cole Street. The responding officer found she had just been released from St. Elizabeth; she was given a courtesy ride to a hotel where she had a room.

Suspicious Circumstances: Extra patrol has been requested for a residence on Hamilton Place. A green Jetta has been seen driving by the reporting party's home slowly and then stopping for a photo. Additionally, the doorbell has been rung in the middle of the night on multiple occasions.

Medical Assist: Police assisted fire and aid responders at the Aquatic Center at 7:46 p.m. for a report of a female juvenile who had a seizure and fell in the pool.

Noise: Police received a complaint at 11:10 p.m. of excessively loud music coming from one of the rooms at a hotel on Griffin Avenue. It was a band practicing and they were shutting down for the night.


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