Monday, June 8, 2009
Rocky Mountain high
Not that Murfreesboro is having all the fun.
Denver is also apparently a fun place too.
Blotter: Excuse for sex in public ridiculous
PAIR NOT HAVING SEX, JUST GETTING A PHYSICAL
A 39-year-old woman and a 43-year-old man were issued summonses on suspicion of public indecency and possessing an open container of alcohol after drivers near the intersection of 88th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard reported the pair having sex in the median. When an officer arrived, he found the woman lying on her back with her pants around her knees and the man on top of the woman, pulling up his pants. The officer asked what they were doing, to which the pair had no response. When the officer told them people had called saying they were having sex, the man said he was "checking her cyst for her." The woman then said, "It's true, he was looking at my cyst for me." When asked if the man was a doctor, he replied, "No." Sitting next to the pair was an open 24 oz can of beer. When asked if it belonged to them, the pair said it was there when they arrived. When the officer asked about an open backpack beside them that had the same beer in it, the couple said it was theirs. The officer said, regardless if they were having sex or "checking for cysts," they were in public view. The man said, "Yeah, we were doing stuff we shouldn't have been." After they signed their summonses, they were allowed to wait for the bus.
WOMAN COMES HOME TO FIND THIEVES GETTING AWAY
Rifles totaling $6,000 were stolen from a residence on the 7100 block of Bryant Street at approximately 7:19 p.m. May 22. The reporting party said she came home to find a man and woman loading items into a blue, four-door sedan parked in her driveway, before the sedan fled. The suspects were described as a thin Hispanic man, approximately 30 years old between 5 foot 8 inches and 5 foot 10 inches tall, and a thin Hispanic woman approximately 30 years old about 5 foot 6 inches tall with dark brown hair with red streaks wearing a light blue shirt. In addition to nine rifles being stolen, $100 in cash was taken and approximately $300 in damage was done to the front door.
WOMAN'S TRUCK STOLEN, NO PLACE TO PUT SHOPPING BAGS
A 2002 Ford truck was stolen from the TJ Maxx parking lot, 10456 Town Center Drive, on May 17. The reporting party called police at approximately 5:58 p.m. when she couldn't find her truck after shopping at the store. The truck is a two-tone gold and black F350 Crew cab long bed. Among the items in the car that were taken were her son's personal effects from college and $1,000. There was no suspect information at the time of this report.