A man allegedly stripped naked inside a dog house in Soldotna before breaking a woman's window, jumping atop a pickup and fighting with the Alaska State Trooper who came to arrest him.
Troopers say 27-year-old Randy Bleazard is charged with indecent exposure, criminal mischief, and assaulting two women and the trooper in the incident Monday night.
It started sometime before 7:30 p.m. when Bleazard showed up at a house on Snowflake Street trying to talk to a woman, troopers said. According to the charges against him, another woman in the house said she told Bleazard to leave because he was acting strange and irate.
He refused to leave, and the woman, who was trying to protect her paraplegic friend, told troopers she thought about getting a knife. Considering Bleazard's agitated state, though, she decided against introducing a weapon into the situation. Instead, she convinced him that his dog was outside and needed him, the charges say.
Bleazard was yelling and already starting to take off clothes on his way out of the house. He climbed inside a dog house in the yard and finished undressing by removing his pants and underwear, the charges say. Bleazard came out of the dog house naked, used a skateboard to break a window on the back door of the house and started running around the neighborhood, still yelling, according to the charging document.
After several calls from neighbors reporting the commotion, Trooper Marc Hendrickson arrived to find a nude Bleazard standing and jumping on top of a silver Dodge truck, according to the charges. Bleazard jumped down from the pickup and ran at Hendrickson, who threw the naked man on the ground and handcuffed him. Bleazard wrapped his leg around Hendrickson's, and kicked the trooper in the back of the knee. Inside Hendrickson's car, Bleazard smashed his head and teeth into the window until another trooper vehicle with windows protected by metal bars arrived, the charges say.
According to the troopers, there were no injuries reported.
Bleazard was taken to jail, where he remained late Tuesday.
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