Citizen threatened with gun | Enumclaw Police News

FIREARM THREAT: Police took a report the morning of Aug. 12 from a citizen who had been threatened with a firearm. One person was arrested for felony harassment.

BUILDING TAGGED: Enumclaw School District staff called police Aug. 8, reporting the maintenance building had been tagged. Extra police patrol was requested.

UNWANTED: Security staff advised police Aug. 8 of an unwanted person at a Griffin Avenue location. Police determined the male subject also had been listed as a missing person with the King County Sheriff's Department. He was released to a parent.

ARREST THREATENED: Police responded at 6 p.m. June 11 to the Mountain Villa Drive neighborhood after hearing of solicitors attempting to drum up business. They were advised soliciting is not allowed in residential areas. At 9:30 p.m., police responded to a Petschauer Place address and another call about unwanted solicitors. It turned out to be the same person police spoke to earlier in the evening; the man was told he would be arrested if he didn't halt his selling tactics.

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