Thursday 10/11


An exotic dancer called 911 claim­ing that she had been robbed, but the only thing actu­ally taken from her was her time. Cops in New Hamp­shire say the woman was booked to dance for a cus­tomer at his house, but when she arrived, the cus­tomer refused to open the door. She called 911 claim­ing a theft of ser­vice. An offi­cer arrived at the house, deter­mined that no crime had been com­mit­ted, and sent her on her way.  The cop reported that what likely hap­pened is that the cus­tomer ordered an exotic dancer, but didn’t like the way she looked when she arrived, so he decided not to let her in.

Cops received pho­tographs from a wit­ness who saw a woman in the water tak­ing a pig­gy­back ride on the thousand-pound endan­gered man­a­tee, and imme­di­ately went on a man­hunt to find her. In Florida, mess­ing with them in any way is a second-degree mis­de­meanor. Finally, after going pub­lic with the pic­ture, the woman – iden­ti­fied as 52-year-old Ana Gutier­rez – turned her­self in. She claimed that she was new to the area and wasn’t aware of the law stat­ing that she couldn’t mount and ride the beast. She has not been arrested, although charges have been turned over to the prosecutor’s office. She could be fac­ing a fine or short jail term.

Villa Park Police Chief Robert Pavelchik Jr. said he arrived at his Naperville home to dis­cover Max­i­m­il­ian Salling, 18, and another teenager, whose name was not released, sit­ting in a 1999 Ford Escort parked out­side of his house.  He said. “I’m com­ing down the street, and I see these two guys in a car I like to say I know most of my neigh­bors and friends, so I got out of my car with a flash­light in one hand and I said, ‘What are you guys doing?’  As a giant puff of mar­i­juana smoke wafts out of the win­dow.  “They’re blow­ing dope when I come home from work, right in front of my house,” Pavelchik said. “I smell the dope, and I see the pipe and the bag of dope on the floor. He detained the teenagers until Naperville police arrived.

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