The place was completely trashed and their mail and clothing had been strewn throughout the home. The unknown perpetrator had also “smeared lotion on a door handle, removed the inner soles from all of their shoes, screwed a single screw into a piece of scrap wood and placed an upside-down can of paint on top of their toilet.” After a purse with a 27-year-old woman’s ID card was found, Seattle Police Department officers were called to the scene. The woman was nowhere to be found, so they departed. Police returned after the couple called them back to the scene when they started hearing noises from under the bed. The mystery woman appeared “to be having a panic attack.” According to the SPD , “the woman informed police she had been on a ‘meth rampage’ for several days and had also broken into another home around the block earlier in the evening.” She was arrested and booked for investigation of burglary. Follow @itishowitis and @UPI on Twitter. Contact the Author 2014 United Press International, Inc.
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“No, sir, I had a panic attack. I keep telling them, and they won’t let me tell you what happened. And I lost control of my vehicle, and that’s what happened,” said the man suspected of being behind the wheel. Police said they weren’t able to find the second man that was in the car, but hoped the driver would reveal the identity of his passenger. It was still unclear Friday morning why the driver drove away from police in the first place. Officers believed he threw something out of one of the car windows during the chase. Copyright 2014 by Click2Houston.com.
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