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October 20, 2011 at 9:42 AM

Man arrested on Aurora this morning wanted for domestic violence

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A Seattle man who allegedly screamed at police and refused to leave the side of a woman he just met on on Aurora Avenue North this morning was booked into the King County Jail for investigation of obstruction.

Rolls-Royce Martin, 43,  told police that he was “caring” for the woman he was with in the 8800 block of Aurora Avenue North. The woman told police she just ran into Martin and “did not know him whatsoever,” according to a Seattle police report.

Martin “ranted” to police about having a local television talk show, that his walking stick was worth $10,000 and that he planned to sue police. When police checked Martin’s name in a criminal database, they found that he was wanted on two outstanding warrants out of Everett, fourth-degree domestic violence assault and violation of a domestic-violence no-contact order. He has several other domestic-violence related convictions.

The woman who was with Martin this morning was wanted by police for alleged domestic violence, harassment, property damage and a SOAP (Stay Out Of Prostitution) area violation, according to the police report.

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