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Naked lady jumps on police car at Safeway | FW crime blotter

The Federal Way Police Department is located at 33325 8th Ave. S. Call (253) 835-6700. - Courtesy image
The Federal Way Police Department is located at 33325 8th Ave. S. Call (253) 835-6700.
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Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log:

• Spread eagle at Safeway: At 8:14 a.m. Oct. 17 at 1207 S. 320th St., Safeway staff reported that a woman entered the store, ate food, then stripped naked. An officer arrived to find the woman wearing only an oversized shirt. As soon as the officer stopped his car, the woman ran from the front of the store and jumped on the hood of the patrol car — naked and "spread eagle" on her stomach, according to the report. When the officer opened the door to the backseat, she got off the hood, entered the backseat of the patrol car and began masturbating. The woman was clearly intoxicated and uncommunicative, according to the report. She was arrested and involuntarily committed.

• Husband videotapes wife: At 11:03 a.m. Oct. 18 in the 1300 block of SW Campus Drive, police were called to a domestic dispute between a husband and wife. The wife was gone prior to the officer's arrival. According to the report, the husband captured the argument on video, documenting how enraged his wife was. When asked what the argument was about, the husband stated, "she's crazy." The video showed the wife using her phone to videotape the husband, and she is seen tapping his face with her phone. No injuries or arrests were reported.

• Mail theft: At 8:09 a.m. Oct. 18 at 30823 18th Ave. S., it was reported that an unknown culprit forced entry into the mailboxes at the Brookhaven Apartments and gained access to five mailboxes. According to the report, the culprit used a pry tool to bend and disable the locking mechanism, then removed items from the mailboxes. Mail was found scattered along the street, and was returned to residents prior to police arrival, according to the report. The amount of stolen/lost mail was unknown.

• Attempted kidnapping: At 1:39 p.m. Oct. 20 at 33645 20th Ave. S., it was reported that an unidentified Hispanic male attempted to kidnap a child at daycare between 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. The report did not mention any suspects or arrests.

• Domestic dispute: At 1:56 a.m. Oct. 20 in the 1700 block of SW 311th Street, police responded to a domestic dispute. A man had broken a woman's eyeglasses and pushed her to the ground. The woman refused to cooperate and denied being assaulted or injured, according to the report. The man had left the scene on foot before police arrived, and no arrests were made.

• Woman in the road: At 1:58 a.m. Oct. 20 in the 29200 block of Military Road South, an intoxicated woman was found laying in the roadway. She vomited. She was unable to tell police and fire personnel where she came from, or how she got there. She grabbed at police and fire personnel when not restrained, according to the report. She was uncooperative and unable to answer questions, and was involuntarily committed.

• Intoxicated bus passenger: At 9:43 a.m. Oct. 20 in the 31600 block of 23rd Avenue South, an officer arrived to find a man asleep on the pavement. The man could not stand on his own, and his speech was slurred. According to the report, the officer could not understand what the man was trying to say, other than "I'm f---ed up." The man had also urinated on himself. According to the report, a security guard assisted the man off a bus because he was unable to walk off the bus himself. The man was involuntarily committed.

• Disorderly female: At 11:30 a.m. Oct. 20 at 27201 Pacific Highway S., an anonymous 911 caller reported that a female was being disorderly in the parking lot at Castaway Tavern. According to the report, the woman was pushing a male and yelling obscenities, and had violated a no trespassing order for the tavern property. Police arrested the woman and booked her on trespassing charges.

• Robbery and heroin: At 12:43 p.m. Oct. 20 in the 30600 block of 1st Place South, a victim called 911 to report a robbery with a handgun by a known person. Upon police arrival, the victim told an incomplete account of the robbery several times. According to the report, the victim admitted he met with the suspect to purchase $100 worth of heroin. The suspect pulled out a handgun and demanded the victim's cash. The victim told police he handed over $100, but kept $25, then left the scene. The report said the victim refused to cooperate with police and did not wish to pursue charges.

• Broken window: At 7:14 p.m. Oct. 20 in the 1300 block of SW Campus Drive, police responded to a victim who said he heard a knock at the front door, but discovered no one was there. About two minutes later, the victim heard a loud crashing sound and discovered his first-floor window had been broken out. Shortly after, he heard a vehicle drive off at a high rate of speed. Damage is estimated at $500. The victim was unable to provide a description of the vehicle.

• Beaten with a belt: At 9:35 p.m. Oct. 20 in the 1900 block of SW 321st Lane, police responded to a radio call of domestic violence. A victim's friend called police after the victim told him of being assaulted by her father. The victim said she was hit with a belt between 20 and 30 times, and was punched in the face, according to the report. The victim showed minor visible injuries. An attempt to locate the suspect had negative results, the report said.

• Sick coyote: At 4:46 p.m. Oct. 19 in the 400 block of South 305th Street, an officer responded to a report of a sick and mangy coyote wandering the neighborhood. The coyote was identified by animal control as being terminally sick and hazardous to the community. The coyote was visibly sick, its fur was falling off, and it showed no signs of fear toward humans, according to the report. After receiving supervisor approval and finding a clear backstop, the officer shot the coyote with his patrol rifle, according to the report.

 

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