Three women, including two minors, have alleged that a Joint Base Lewis-McChord Soldier has been stalking them.
Lamar Yoder, 34, (no rank listed) was arrested by Lakewood undercover police officers for stalking. Yoder did not deny the charges; in fact, he confessed that there were likely a total of 50 female victims.
He said he stalked the women while wearing his Army uniform and driving his old, red and tan, pick-up truck.
By his own account, he would honk at the women. If they ignored him, he followed them in his vehicle.
The alleged, months-long incidents, took place in and around Lakewood; one outside of Clover Park High School.
Yoder is currently in custody in Lakewood on the stalking charges. The investigation is ongoing to see if authorities can locate the other victims, none of whom were harmed physically.
A photo of Yoder’s pickup was released. Anyone who suspects they might have been followed by this truck should contact the Lakewood Police Department at 253-830-5000.
It is unclear what repercussions Yoder will face with the Army.
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