Life High Drama in Madrona
posted by June 23 at 10:45 AMon
From the Madison Park Times’ Police Log:
Domestic violence Friday 5/1, 11pm
A woman alerted police to damage in her apartment located in the 2700 block of E Union St. She told responding officers that while she was in the hospital the day before, she thinks her boyfriend came to her apartment and damaged some of her property.
When she came home in the evening, she found her toilet was filled with photos and letters. In her bedroom she noticed a jar of lotion that is normally white that had been dyed red, possibly from blood. She also found a cup for one of her home’s altars filled with what seemed to be urine, a ring sitting at the bottom. On her living room floor were broken picture frames and glass.
The victim told officers that her right forearm was bruised where her boyfriend had grabbed her a few days ago. The officers photographed the damage and gave her the department’s domestic violence pamphlet, explaining its contents to her.
Thank you, Hot Tipper Amelia.