Not an emergency – A deputy tried to flag down the unidentified driver for going 15 miles an hour over the speed limit nearParkCity, but he refused to stop — instead calling an emergency number to say police “needed to leave him alone.” Officers set up a roadblock, complete with tire-popping spikes, but the 20-year-old surrendered before ruining his radials. A family member told authorities that the man “had a bad morning and wasn’t stopping for the cops. It was nothing more than that.”
A bath for 2 – A 65-year-oldMassachusetts man pleaded guilty to open and gross conduct! Prosecutors say a Mr. Bailey washed his car in the nude at public carwash about 11 a.m. and a female customer called police. Officers arrived to find Bailey wearing a pair of shorts. Bailey, who was ordered to undergo counseling and will be required to register as a sex offender, was placed on probation in 2002 for a similar charge.
He’s doing time – A fellow employee noticed that Otis Keene was wearing a watch that their store sold and became suspicious so he notified security to keep an eye on him. Almost immediately, an officer spottedKeene pocketing a pair of ear buds and detained him for questioning — leading him to confess to hundreds of dollars worth of thefts. He’ll soon be doing time for larceny.