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Not sure if they will do it where you live, but here where I am my local police will come unlock a vehicle for you free of charge as long as you sign a waiver in-case they happen to damage something. Other than that you can call a lock smith, they can open you up. You can use a slim jim, but without understanding how your lock system works most people end up braking parts inside of their vehicle instead of getting in.
The power lock problem is definately the electric lock actuator in the door. Replace it. The power window problem could be the switch or the motor. Put a test light on the motor connections. Operate the power window switch up and down. If the light works both directions, then replace the motor. If the light only lights one direction, then replace the switch... and you still might have to replace the motor afterward so do not think that replacing the switch is absolute. They sometimes fail together.
if it is doing so in a tight circle it very well could be the trac-lock in the differential. common cause is by a diff fluid change and not using a trac-lock additive. its also a possibility that its suspension related.
if you have a factory alarm, or an after market alarm, this will click in sometimes if there is a problem with the alarm and cause the locks to click open and closed... you are better off just disconnecting the alarm sometimes tho this will disable the power locks, so try taking it to a show that does nothing but alarms and such, and have them disconect the door lock feature on the alarm that way you can still use the power door locks... hope this helps you out....