A 35-year-old Leander man with prior arrests for not paying child support was recently arrested along with his girlfriend on a drug charges after emergency dispatchers got a call that the couple were naked inside a car that was parked where anyone could see them, according to a felony complaint.
Moss ran completely naked for about a quarter of a mile. When constables reached him, Moss refused to show both of his hands and authorities deployed a Taser. Moss was arrested and told constables he was naked because he had been with a married woman when her husband came home and he was forced to flee from a bedroom window naked. He was not the man that the initial report had been called in on.
Luis Briones, 25, ran a red light and slammed his Ford Explorer into another car on an Albuquerque street. The impact of the collision forced Natasha Carroll, 21, from Briones’s SUV.
With a bloodied Carroll lying in the road, Briones got back into his vehicle and attempted to flee the accident scene, witnesses told Albuquerque Police Department officers. After one witness confiscated his keys, Briones “then jumped into a bush, landing and attempting to hide in a cactus.”
When cops subsequently took Briones into custody, he was wearing one shoe and “had a pair of black shorts inside out.” A half-empty bottle of vodka was found inside Briones’s vehicle. ... Briones “was observed to be having sexual intercourse with the passenger” while driving at “a high rate of speed.”
Carroll suffered facial lacerations in the crash and was transported to an area hospital, where she was reported to be in stable condition.
The plastered Briones, cops reported, reeked of booze and was extremely belligerent post-arrest. He allegedly spit on officers, threatened them, and “refused to keep his pants on.”
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That’s been a hot topic in the North Texas cities of Fort Worth and Lewisville recently after a restaurant’s waitresses served customers wearing only body paint and pasties, according to several news reports.
Gypsy Taub is not certain what she will be wearing at the beginning of her wedding ceremony on the steps of San Francisco's City Hall, probably the thrift store wedding gown she's having altered, and a bridal veil for sure. She's more certain of what she will be wearing by the end of the ceremony: just the veil.