If you were on South Broadway between 8:30 and 9 p.m. Thursday night, you know why traffic was backed up. A 44-year old Sulphur Springs man was walking northbound in the left turn lane in the midst of heavy traffic. He was naked.
The man is charged with Indecent Exposure and with Obstruction of Roadway. He was arrested but not handcuffed due to a handicapped arm.
Louisburg, N.C. — A 52-year-old man faces five counts of indecent exposure after deputies from the Nash and Franklin county sheriff's offices linked him to reports of flashing along U.S. Highway 64.
For about a week, law enforcement and social media channels saw an influx of reports that a man, wearing only a mask, was standing alongside the highway near Exit 448 to N.C. Highway 98.
Each time law enforcement arrive the man had left the area.
Authorities did not say how they connected Bobby Lee Marshall, of EF Cottrell Road in Louisburg, to the displays. Nash County sheriff's deputies arrested him Tuesday and put him in the Nash County Jail under a $1,250 secured bond.
BAY CITY, Michigan -- A 23-year-old man is spending the next few months in jail, his penalty for potentially scaring an elderly man to death by appearing naked on his doorstep and then drunkenly driving a few months later.
Bay County District Judge Mark E. Janer on Thursday, May 18, sentenced a shackled Jordan G. Litzner to concurrent terms of 157 days and 180 days in jail. He gave him credit for 82 days already served.
The shorter stint stems from a probation violation, while the longer term results from Litzner in April pleading guilty to second-offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.
Janer also ordered Litzner to pay $1,813 in court fines and costs, a cumulative amount from his various criminal files. The judge offered Litzner to spend one year in jail rather than pay any dollar amount, but Litzner turned him down.
23-year-old faces new charge after breaking probation.
Litzner's criminal history includes a 2013 conviction of second-offense minor in possession, a 2012 conviction of aggravated assault, and a 2011 conviction of breaking and entering a motor vehicle. That last conviction stemmed from Litzner breaking into a deputy's personal car.
Litzner in February 2015 had been charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, but pleaded it down to impaired driving.
In the wee hours of June 26, a nude, wet, and intoxicated Litzner showed up on the property of Richard G. "Mike" and Mary Lu O'Riordan in the 2900 block of Evergreen Drive on Middlegrounds Island in Frankenlust Township. He was trying to enter their house, screaming for help when Mike O'Riordan collapsed from a heart attack.
He died in a hospital two days later.
His widow previously told The Times she believed Litzner scared her husband to death.
Litzner told responding police he had been assaulted in the woods and had jumped in the Saginaw River. He did not elaborate on where his clothes were.
Litzner was charged with and convicted of indecent exposure. He received a sentence of 90 days in jail and one year of probation, during which he was prohibited from consuming alcohol.
He violated probation the morning of Feb. 26, when a Bay County Sheriff's deputy pulled him over as he drunkenly drove through Williams Township.
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