One Seattle woman refused to be victimized by a sex offender, so she took matters into her own hands. According to the Daily Mail, 28-year-old Julia Marquand was able to snap a few pictures of the man who allegedly groped her on Sunday, October 12. The man, who was later identified as Daryl Sharm, a convicted sex offender, reportedly "bumped" into Marquand near Westlake Park in Seattle, Washington. However, she insists he just used the opportunity to touch her inappropriately.
But, instead of fleeing from the awkward situation, she decided not to let him get away with the shameful act. She reportedly followed him and took several pictures of him with her cell phone. Fearful of what she might do with the snapshots, he immediately began apologizing, she recalled. However, the damage had already been done.
So, on Monday, October 13, she decided to speak out about the unfortunate ordeal. She took to Twitter and uploaded his picture! But, that's not all! She not only ousted him, but she also called out the police department! They refused to take the pictures she snapped as evidence, even though he was identified as a sex offender under Department of Corrections supervision, reports Q13-Fox News. However, she took to social media to speak out about the situation, the department opted to make a better effort to investigate her claim. The Seattle Police Department also tweeted a response to her post.