Drunken man arrested after beating wife, then threatens her on Facebook | Black Diamond Police Blotter

The Black Diamond Police Blotter Jan. 26 - Feb. 1

Black Diamond Police Blotter Jan. 26 – Feb. 1


Jan. 26

  • HONESTLY, IT’S NOT MINE: The 32400 block of 2nd Avenue. Officers obtained information that a man under Department of Corrections supervision had a felony warrant for violations related to terms of his release from custody. The officers located the man at a residence and after placed him under arrest. They also discovered a vial of heroin in his possession. He was booked into Enumclaw Jail on the warrant and charges are currently pending on the controlled substance violation.

Jan. 30

  • PUNCH-DRUNK LOVE: The 32400 block of 3rd Avenue. A man was arrested for assault in the fourth degree for attacking his wife, then rearrested for violating the terms of his release. Police were dispatched to a domestic violence call at a residence, where it was determined that the intoxicated husband had assaulted his wife. He was placed under arrest and booked into Buckley Jail. Because there were two children inside the residence who witnessed the assault, the husband was also charged with exposing children to domestic violence. After being released with a no contact order in place, the husband violated the terms of the order by contacting his wife through Facebook with intimidating comments.The husband was located at the Buckley Library and booked into Buckley Jail on the order violation.

Feb. 1

  • LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION: A convicted sex offender was arrested after he lied to police about moving to a new address after police received information that he had been residing at an address not associated with him. An officer contacted the man and learned he had been living at this new address for a few months and lied to the officer previously about moving. The man was arrested and booked into King County Jail. Under the requirement of sex offender registration laws, person has three days to update their address to local authorities.