Man walking down road in a bath robe flashes woman

The witness believes the suspect left the area in a white Ford Focus.

Oct. 28

Assault at Wild Waves: At approximately 8:40 a.m. at 36201 Enchanted Parkway S., a mother called the police to report her son had been assaulted at the theme park’s candy store. The mother said her son told her he was slapped and grabbed by five unknown teenage girls. She reported the incident to the Wild Waves manager but has not heard back as of her police call. Her son was in school in Tacoma at the time of the call, but was advised to call back when he was available so the investigation could proceed.

Oct. 27

Self-reported domestic assault: At approximately 12:13 p.m. near the 1700 block of SW 326th Court, the reporting party, a 13-year-old, called 911 to report that he had assaulted his father over a phone dispute. The father was contacted at the residence with obvious head injuries and had been strangled to the point of near-unconsciousness. The father was transported to the hospital, and the son was arrested and booked into King County Youth Detention.

Oct. 25

Lottery ticket theft: At approximately 12:09 a.m. near the 2500 block of S. 320th St., officers responded to the gas station in response to a burglary. Officers made contact with the clerk, who told them a woman asked to purchase $90 of lottery tickets. However, she ran out of the store with the tickets without paying and into a dark colored pickup with no license plate. No suspect information was immediately available but officers said they would conduct a follow-up when video surveillance became available.

Unique getaway: At approximately 3:01 p.m. near the 3100 block of S. 337th St., an unknown suspect cut the lock off of the victim’s shed and stole a riding lawnmower. The victim said it was taken sometime in the last few days. There are no cameras or alarms on the shed. The victim did not have the serial number. He said there was black electrical tape on the seat of the mower and duck tape on the brake pedal. There is no suspect information available.

Oct. 23

Flashing: At approximately 2:20 p.m. near the 4700 block of Hoyt Road SW, a witness stated she saw a man walking towards her at the listed location wearing only a doo rag, a bath robe around his waist, and slippers. She said as he got closer, he opened his robe exposing his penis. She said he didn’t say anything to her but had a serious look on his face. He then closed his robe and continued walking down the road. The witness said she believes he left the area in a white Ford Focus. The witness said she did not want to prosecute, only to have the police notified.

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