Dropped “F” Bombs, Pants Lead to Arrest - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Local Authorities: Dropped “F” Bombs, Pants Lead to Arrest

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: A 43-year-old Trentwood man was arrested Saturday after he walked from Plantes Ferry Park to McDonald and Rich while swearing at adults and children, pounding on passing vehicles and mooning at least one motorist. The mooned motorist happened to be an off-duty Benton County deputy sheriff.

Ryan Lee Martineau, 4400 N. McDonald, was booked by Deputy Beau Vucinich for Indecent Exposure and Disorderly Conduct. 

Deputies were called to the park about 7:45 p.m. Saturday after people visiting the park and participating in nearby soccer games encountered Martineau who was swearing at them and spitting on and hitting cars.

As officers drove to the scene, additional reports came into 911 that indicated the suspect was walking eastbound. 

The off-duty deputy encountered the suspect in the roadway with his pants around his ankles and kept him in sight until Deputy Tyler Smith arrived and detained him in handcuffs.

The deputies reported that Martineau was profane and vulgar with them as well, and that he "failed" booking at the Spokane County Jail because of his demeanor toward corrections staff.

Indecent Exposure and Disorderly Conduct are misdemeanors.  Deputy Vucinich indicated that alcohol may have played a role in the incident.

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