Two men charged with raping woman at Tukwila motel

Two men have been charged with second-degree rape by King County prosecutors in connection with an incident with a woman at a Great Bear Motor Inn room along Tukwila International Boulevard.

Tukwila Police arrested two men at the Great Bear Motor Inn for investigation of second-degree rape.

Two men have been charged with second-degree rape by King County prosecutors in connection with an incident with a woman at a Great Bear Motor Inn room along Tukwila International Boulevard.

David J. Eimer, 23, and Nathan J. Everybodytalksabout, 26, are accused of the charges after one of the men reportedly held down a 21-year-old woman on the bed while the other man forced a full and opened bottle of vodka into her, according to charging papers filed April 26.

Both men are scheduled to be arraigned Thursday, May 9 at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent. Eimer is in the RJC county jail with bail set at $250,000. His previous convictions include first-degree child molestation in 2004. Everybodytalksabout is in the county jail in Seattle with bail set at $100,000.

The Great Bear motel, 14420 Tukwila International Blvd., is one of five motels on seven commercial properties that the city has proposed to buy and then tear down to combat the crime-infested area along the highway between South 141st Street and South 146th Street.

Two Tukwila Police officers were at the motel at about 10:46 p.m. April 23 on an unrelated call when a woman came running towards them clutching a blanket, purse and backpack, according to charging papers. She was crying hysterically and unable to talk at first before she pointed to one of the motel rooms and pleaded with the  officers to “get me out of here.”

Two men, later identified as Eimer and Everybodytalksabout, then approached the officers and the woman. When the woman saw the men, she cowered and crouched down next to a patrol car. She told one of the officers the men had raped her.

The woman told officers she had met Eimer earlier in the day and had spent the day with him. Eimer invited her to have a few beers with him. She agreed and they went to Everybodytalksabout’s motel room.

After a while, the man reportedly told the woman she would not be able to leave the room until she got naked and had sex with them. She said she tried to resist but became afraid of what the two men might do to her.

Eimer and Everybodytalksabout admitted to police they were with the woman in the motel room but they denied raping her, according to charging papers. Police arrested the two men for investigation of second-degree rape based on the woman’s accusations.

After getting a search warrant for the room, police found an empty bottle of vodka in the trash and a copy of the registration showing Everybodytalksabout had rented the room.



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