Woman Nabbed For Auto Erotic Crime
Cincinnati woman was caught multitasking herself in Pontiac
AUGUST 25--A Cincinnati woman was simultaneously masturbating with a sex toy and watching a pornographic video while driving last week, according to cops who arrested her on assorted criminal charges.
Colondra Hamilton, 36, was pulled over last Tuesday evening in a traffic stop triggered when cops noticed she was driving a 2008 Pontiac with overly tinted windows.
That's when officers noticed that Hamilton's pants were unbuttoned. And she had a vibrator in her lap. Questioned by cops, Hamilton admitted to engaging in auto erotic manipulation, and revealed that she had also been watching a porno movie that was playing on the laptop of a friend in the passenger seat, according to an Elmwood Place Police Department report.
Hamilton, pictured in the above mug shot, was booked into the Hamilton County jail on a misdemeanor count of driving with "impaired alertness." Hamilton was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia since cops found a "broken piece of crack pipe" in her purse.
(I could have also filed this under "Stoopid Criminals," "The Naked Thread," or several others on this forum!)
[This message was edited by Shannon Edmonds on 08-26-10 at .]
Well, yeah, but at least she wasn't talking on a cell phone.
"auto erotic manipulation"----on these facts, doesn't that term embrace alternative manner and means?
[This message was edited by John A. Stride on 08-26-10 at .]
Last week, the City Council adopted an ordinance that bans sending, reading or writing a text message on a hand-held communications device while driving.
Police Try to Thumb a Ride With Anti-Texting Message
By JOE BARRETT
The Wall Street Journal
Iowa police are on the lookout for drivers who send text messages behind the wheel. So far, the effort is all thumbs.
Instead of tickets, police are giving texting drivers colorful bands to wear on their thumbs that say: "TXTNG KILLS."
The bands are part of a statewide campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of texting while driving under a new law prohibiting the practice that took effect July 1. For the first year, police can give scofflaws warnings only. Next year, fines will kick in.
Full article available here
The campaign against distracted driving has provided another illustration that American drivers are more likely to respond to safety initiatives when they carry the threat of punishment. A crackdown built around the heavily trumpeted slogan "Phone in One Hand, Ticket in the Other" led to more than 19,000 tickets in Connecticut and New York, resulting in sharp declines in cellphone use behind the wheel, federal researchers found. The federally funded pilot programs in Hartford and Syracuse were modeled after successful efforts to encourage seat-belt use and discourage drunken driving.
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