Deputies were called by the resident's son, John Jaeger, 56, who said Monday that he awoke to see a stranger urinating "all over the floor." As Jaeger got up to investigate, he heard his mother cry out, according to the Sheriff's Office.If he were USAF, I would ask, "OK, fine, but was he wearing his reflective belt?"
Evelyn Whitney said she had been fast asleep when the stranger climbed into bed with her.
She screamed and asked him what he was doing, according to the sheriff's report. Pierson answered, "passing out."
An intoxicated sailor who walked into the wrong apartment in Bremerton, urinated on the floor and then climbed into bed with an 80-year-old woman probably won't face criminal charges, according to the Kitsap County Sheriff's Office.
he incident report has been forwarded to the Kitsap County Prosecutor's Office, but Wilson said it's unlikely Pierson would face criminal charges.
The apartment that Pierson had been visiting and Whitney's apartment look alike and Whitney's door was unlocked, he said. The young man's actions were "drunken stupidity," but they don't appear to meet the elements of a crime, Wilson said.
Pierson is stationed at Naval Base Kitsap — Bangor.
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