Naked Man On Cal Train Tracks Causes Early Morning Delay
SANTA CLARA (CBS SF) — A naked man in his 20s who sat on railroad tracks Thursday morning at a Caltrain station in Santa Clara caused brief train delays before being restrained and taken to a hospital, a police spokesman said.
The unclothed man appeared distraught and was unable to identify himself before police officers put restraints on him, covered him and took him to Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, Santa Clara police Lt. Kurt Clarke said.
Police were not able to find his clothing or any form of identification for him, Clarke said.
“We don’t know who he is,” Clarke said.
It was too early to determine whether the man, believed to be in his early 20s, would be arrested, Clarke said.
People at the Santa Clara station informed Caltrain about the man sitting on the train tracks at about 8:10 a.m. today, Caltrain spokeswoman Christine Dunn said.
The man’s presence prompted delays on three Caltrain northbound and southbound trains, one by four minutes, one by eight minutes and a third
by five minutes, Dunn said.
Dunn described it as “a fairly insignificant delay.”
The man was on the tracks well before any trains were approaching the station and no emergency stops were necessary, Dunn said.
CAPE CORAL, Fla. - Things got a little crazy outside a Cape Coral party Saturday night, ending with the arrests of two partygoers.
According to Cape Coral Police, around 10:30 p.m. Saturday, neighbors in the 4300 block of SW 1st Avenue called to report a nude man in the street, destroying mailboxes with a machete and threatening residents.
Officers arrived and took 35-year-old Duenas Yudier-Sosa into custody. That's when the suspect's cousin, 41-year-old Irene Orozco, charged officers in an attempt to keep Sosa from being arrested.
Police say both were extremely intoxicated and were in the area for a party.
Sosa was medically cleared at Cape ER before being taken to the Lee County Jail on charges of Aggravated Assault and Criminal Mischief.
Orozco was direct booked at the Lee County Jail for Resisting Law Enforcement.
A man has reportedly been taken into police care after running naked outside Chelmsford train station. An eyewitness, who chose not to be named, said the man "stripped off and was running up and down Duke Street" at around 6.15pm this evening (Sunday, April 30). He was described as "very distressed", telling the three police officers who attended that he was "just natural" and he did not have any weapons on him.
EVESHAM TWP., N.J. (WPVI) -- A Burlington County man has been arrested after police say he ran out of a vehicle naked multiple times in two townships.
Police identify the suspect as 29-year-old as Brian Tyburski of Shamong Township, New Jersey.
Authorities began investigating several reports of lewdness in both Medford and Evesham townships back in December 2016.
In each of the incidents, witnesses said a man exited a Jeep while naked.
One incident took place shortly after 1 p.m. on December 30. Evesham Township police were called to Ravens Row and Fox Chase Road. A man told police his 15-year-old daughter and her 14-year-old friend ran into his home after reporting that a naked man got out of his vehicle and ran toward them.
On Monday, another incident was reported in the Tamarac section of Medford Township. It was reported a man exited a Honda Civic while naked.
Medford police were able to ID Tyburski as the suspect.
On Tuesday, police say Tyburski admitted to the incidents in Medford and Evesham.
He was arrested and charged with multiple counts of Lewdness.
Tyburski was then turned over to Evesham Township police.
Evesham police charged Tyburski with 3rd degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child and a disorderly person offense for Lewdness.
Ditch Fahrenheit: There's one more of his threads left...I bumped it.
Aug 7, 2020 10:31:36 GMT -8
Buzzetta: I'm updating it now.
Aug 7, 2020 12:01:30 GMT -8
Buzzetta: I like my private little game that has been long since dissolved. I would tally up and keep tabs on suspensions and vacations when they used to publicly announce them. McKnowitall had a few records going with frequency and shortest time between strikes
Aug 7, 2020 15:39:39 GMT -8
Buzzetta: I would like to think that the mods are kind of on board with this as they did not poof the thread but locked it. In the last few years, threads have been poofed rather than locked to discourage this tally.
Aug 8, 2020 6:22:05 GMT -8
Ditch Fahrenheit: They were definitely on board 5 years ago. In fact, I suspect they were actively manipulating the scoring.
Aug 8, 2020 7:01:47 GMT -8
Ditch Fahrenheit: Plus, it's just better forum management to lock a thread rather than poof it. That way everyone has access to the information in the thread afterwards.
Aug 8, 2020 7:03:09 GMT -8
Buzzetta: There were those that chose to disrupt for the sake of getting points whenever they saw a thread was on its way out. However, the game did part of the mods job for them. It let them keep track of who and how many times someone was involved in nonsense.
Aug 8, 2020 9:19:41 GMT -8