I'm not suggesting that you stop giving up your seat on the bus or stick your leg out and trip one, but when you see a pregnant woman lurking around your neighborhood, keep an eye open. This knocked up knucklehead is knocking over houses in western WA with two confirmed burglaries in North Bend!
She looks kinda hot and it's not like she can get double pregnant...
I received an email from my neighborhood watch saying this
(it might be the same person, not sure):
A woman is going door-to-door looking for the homes of elderly women, hoping to gain entrance into their homes. She is believed to be the same woman who did this in our community back in 2005.
She uses the name ‘Kim’ or ‘Pam’. She has made claims to gain entrance such as: being a block watch captain, a new neighbor, pregnant, having car trouble, financial hardship – she has kids and needs to leave her abusive husband, or asked to use phone or bathroom. She has also made an outright demand for money, refusing to leave until the victim gives her money.
Once inside, she has taken whatever was within reach when the homeowner was distracted or stepped away to get the glass of water or money.
The woman was active from Columbia City to Rainier Beach in 2005 until she was arrested. She is 5’3”, 180 lbs, African American female, about 48 years old. She might be driving a white 1994 Nissan Maxima.
What To Do:
· If anyone comes to your door asking for money, say “No.”
· If someone you don’t know comes to your door, don’t open the door. Speak to them through the closed door.
· If someone claims they need help, offer to call 9-1-1 for them, but keep your door closed.
· If you are suspicious about the person, call 9-1-1 immediately, giving the best description possible of the person (height, weight, age, body shape, skin tone, hair color, what clothing they were wearing and any associated vehicle), as well as what direction they were heading when they left your home. Then alert your neighbors.
· If you see ‘Kim’ or ‘Pam’ please call the police immediately.
Thank you for being engaged in your community.