An Oregon woman was arrested Sunday after she jumped barefoot onto a disabled vehicle's windshield, crushing the glass.
The incident occurred around 4:30 p.m. PST when two women, 61 and 53 years old, were waiting for gas to be delivered to their disabled car on Interstate 5 near the Corvallis interchange.
Victoria Lohmann's mugshots after she was arrested for stamping in the windshield Sunday. (Image source: Oregon State Police via KGW-TV)
A barefoot woman, later identified by Oregon State Police as 24-year-old Victoria Lohmann, approached the vehicle and dropped her pants, a news release about the incident explained.
Lohmann left temporarily, prompting the women inside the car to lock their doors and windows. When Lohmann returned she stomped on the windshield of the car before running away.
A barefoot woman caved in this car's windshield as two women inside the disabled car were waiting for gas after they ran out. (Image source: Oregon State Police)
Lohmann was found by authorities and treated for minor injuries before she was taken to the Linn County Jail. She was charged with criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and reckless endangerment of another person. Oregon police also found a suspected controlled substance on Lohmann and are testing it.