I-5 rock throwing allegedly a game; strip for every headlight broken
A 23-year-old Tacoma man and an 18-year-old Lakewood woman are suspected of throwing rocks from a railroad trestle onto at least 14 vehicles...
A 23-year-old Tacoma man and an 18-year-old Lakewood woman are suspected of throwing rocks from a railroad trestle onto at least 14 vehicles traveling southbound on Interstate 5 early Monday.
The two were jailed for investigation of malicious mischief and second-degree assault.
According to the State Patrol, drivers reported getting hit by rocks in the Clover Park area about 12:20 a.m.
One person was injured slightly but not hospitalized.
Investigators told KOMO-TV that the couple was playing a stripping game that involved each of them shedding a layer of clothing for every headlight they managed to break.
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