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On Sept. 26 officers made contact with a man and his wife camping behind a restaurant. The man told officers they were homeless. A records check reveled the man was reported as a missing person in a Pierce County case last month.
The West Nile virus season is slowing down, but cases of illness in horses continue to be reported in central Washington. No cases of West Nile virus disease in humans with exposure in Washington have been reported since mid-September.
Officers were alerted to an assault on Sept. 30. The reporting party, a female, told officers she was assaulted by her female neighbor. She told officers the neighbor was looking through her belongings.
Sumner Pierce County Library will be holding a book sale on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 18 from 1–4 p.m.
The Washington State Department of Transportation has started road work on Highway 167, just north of Sumner. If you come through that way, you may want to review the following schedule and plan your route accordingly.