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Heroin addict leaves bloody mess in Kent restaurant restroom | Police Blotter
A heroin addict reportedly left a bloody mess in a Kent restaurant restroom.
Officers responded to a call at about 6:44 a.m. Oct. 15 to the McDonald's restaurant, 10125 S.E. 256th St., about a man who stayed in a bathroom for about 45 minutes and then left blood on the floor when he exited, according to the police report.
A witness spotted a vehicle in the parking lot the man entered after leaving the restroom.
Officers found the man sitting in the car and asked him what he had been doing at the McDonald's. The man initially replied he just went inside to use the bathroom. But then he admitted to injecting heroin in the restroom and had cut himself.
Police searched the man's backpack and found several syringes, plastic baggies, Q-tips and a tourniquet - each items used by heroin addicts.
Officers arrested the man for investigation of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Police responded to reports at about 1:30 a.m. Oct. 12 of an intoxicated woman inside the Shell station store, 26010 Pacific Highway S.
When officers arrived, they said the woman appeared to be extremely intoxicated and was covered in milk, according to the police report.
There were two empty milk jugs in the parking lot and a lot of milk on the floor inside the store. The woman reportedly tried to use milk to take away the sting after security at a nearby bar had used pepper spray on her.
The woman's boyfriend told police he and his girlfriend were at the El Parral nightclub and the woman started a fight inside so security pepper sprayed her. They went to the nearby store to get milk to relieve the burn from the spray.
When the woman started to pour milk over herself inside the store, the boyfriend tried to get her to go outside. She became upset and hit him, which caused his cheek to swell.
The girlfriend admitted to police she drank "lots," including Tequila. The couple had dated for about four months. The boyfriend reportedly discovered at the nightclub that his girlfriend was bi-sexual and wanted to leave. But the girlfriend didn't want to leave which led to the disturbance.
Police arrested the woman for investigation of fourth-degree assault for hitting her boyfriend.
Officers cited a man for escaping community custody after he fled the annex at the city jail facility programs office, 8323 S. 259th St.
The man reported for his assigned community service but earlier had submitted a doctor's report with restrictions on his work duty, according to the police report.
A corrections officer told the man he would need to be reassigned to a new work program and would be taken into custody until that assignment. When told he had to be taken into custody, the man ran out the door, got in a car and drove away.
Police did not find the man and cited him at large.
Officers cited a man for investigation of third-degree theft after he allegedly took a bottle of whiskey at about 7:45 p.m. Oct. 13 from Safeway, 210 Washington Ave. S.
A store security officer saw the man conceal a whiskey bottle under his jacket and exit the store with no attempt to pay, according to the police report.
Security stopped the man outside the store, brought him back inside and called police. The man told officers he just needed the liquor.