Woman exposes herself to Kent drivers | Police Blotter

Several Kent drivers called 911 one recent morning after they spotted a woman running into traffic near Central Avenue North and James Street exposing her breasts and buttocks.

Officers arrested the woman for investigation of disorderly conduct after a short chase through town that ended with the woman running topless into a restaurant, according to the police report.

Police responded to the intersection of Central Avenue North and James Street at about 9:58 a.m. Aug. 6 to look for a woman described as white, in her 40s, about 5 feet 8 inches tall, with a medium build and brown hair.

An officer saw the woman lift up her shirt and drove toward her in the Chevron parking lot, 631 Central Ave. N. The woman yelled she needed a Pepsi and darted through the parking lot. She then ran out into traffic across James Street, which caused several drivers to brake and swerve to avoid hitting her.

The woman ran down a nearby alley, pulled her shirt off and threw it on the ground. The officer noted she was not wearing a bra, so her breasts were fully exposed. The woman ran inside the El Sabor restaurant, 405 Central Ave. N., and sat at a table before she curled up on the floor in a fetal position wailing loudly.

Several patrons with children left the restaurant after the woman entered, causing a loss of sales, according to the restaurant manager.

The woman didn’t explain to police why she decided to expose herself.

Man breaks car windows at REI

Security at the REI offices, 6524 SE 228th St., called 911 after a man walking through a parking lot refused to leave the property at about 11:09 p.m. Aug. 4.

Officers arrested the man for investigation of three counts of malicious mischief for breaking car windows and one count of vehicle prowl after he took a bag of dried mangoes and a flashlight from a pickup, according to the police report.

A security officer watching video surveillance saw the man wandering through an office parking lot. When the officer went outside to see what the man was doing, the man wanted to talk and refused to leave the property. The security officer walked back inside and called 911.

Police saw the man in the parking lot eating a bag of mangoes. The man admitted to officers that he broke into several cars and took items out of a truck. He said he wanted to go to jail and that breaking into cars was his cry for help.

Woman slaps boyfriend in face, chest

Officers arrested a woman for investigation of fourth-degree assault after she reportedly slapped her boyfriend’s face and chest during a dispute at about 2:30 a.m. Aug. 7 at an apartment in the 23300 block of 54th Avenue South.

A 911 caller reported a physical dispute going on in the neighborhood. Officers knocked on the door of an apartment where the noise came from and a man wearing only pajama pants answered, according to the police report.

The man had red marks on his chest and face. He told police his girlfriend had been drinking and slapped him several times. He said he never put his hands on her during the dispute.

The girlfriend told officers she had too much to drink. She said she slapped him because he called her aunt and woke up her roommate. She told officers she was not a violent person.

Man had drugs, warrants

Police arrested a man for investigation of possession of drug paraphernalia and for two warrants after an officer ran a check on the license plate of an Acura parked at about 4:20 p.m. Aug. 5 at a Starbucks parking lot, 24130 Pacific Highway S.

The plate came back to a registered owner who had a Seattle warrant for burglary and King County Sheriff’s Office warrants for possession of a stolen vehicle, a narcotics violation and making a false statement, according to the police report.

An officer pulled the driver over in the 24000 block of Pacific Highway South. During a search of the man, police found a plastic baggie with meth inside.

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