31-year-old April Dawn Peters from Cosby, Tennessee, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault after she allegedly hit a man on his head at least five times with a hammer that she was having sex with, Sgt. Steve Johnson reported.
51-year-old William L. Wofford said that he and Peters were in the living room of his residence where he was having sex with her.
He stated that during sex, Peters picked up a hammer and struck him on the head, the report stated.
Neighbors allegedly saw Peters run from Wofford’s residence in a “French maid” outfit that had been purchased at Walmart.
They also said they saw her fall, scraping her knees.
A 46-year-old Waukesha man is facing charges after an off-duty police officer jogging through the Pebble Valley neighbourhood found the man having sex with an abandoned sofa, according to a criminal complaint.
Gerard P. Streator was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court, Wisconsin, on Thursday with one count of lewd and lascivious behaviour.
If convicted, he faces up to nine months in prison and $10,000 in fines.
According to the criminal complaint: At 11 p.m. on Sept. 3, the off-duty officer was out for a jog when he spotted an abandoned yellow sofa on the kerb.
He observed Streator by the sofa, thrusting his hips as if he was having sex with a person.
The officer approached Streator to see what was going on and yelled “what are you doing,” which caused Streator to run away.
The officer didn’t see anyone else on the sofa, but realized Streator was thrusting between the cushions for sexual gratification.
The officer chased Streator to an apartment complex, where he went into a locked lobby, walked upstairs to an apartment and entered.
The officer contacted the police department about the incident and discovered Streator’s name.
The next day police went back to the apartment and talked to Streator’s wife. She said police were there the night before, but her husband had done nothing wrong.
Police then went to Country Springs Hotel where Streator works and asked him about the incident.
He denied being out, saying he had been at home with his wife and had gone to bed at around 10:30 p.m.
He will make his initial appearance in court on Oct. 1.
Police said they arrested a Florida couple who are accused of using a gun to threaten a motorist who spotted them having sex behind the wheel of a moving car.
The Nassau County Sheriff’s Department said Suzanne Welker, 31, was “naked and could be seen clearly by everyone in the area” around 3 p.m. Sunday in a moving vehicle near the Nassau County line.
She then climbed into the lap of the driver, Ernest Felix Gonzales, 27, and began having sex.
A nearby motorist, Louis Carr, 24, told deputies Gonzalez slowed down when he realized people were watching and pulled his vehicle up behind Carr’s pickup truck.
Carr said Gonzalez attempted to run him off the road and into a guardrail while he was on his way to his father’s restaurant and bar on U.S. 17 in Yulee.
Carr said Gonzalez and Welker got out of their vehicle in the parking lot of the restaurant and Welker was holding a gun. He said she pointed the weapon at a female employee who said guns were not allowed in the eatery.
The couple left when a witness said police were being called and officers arrested the pair on charges of indecent exposure and aggravated assault at their home.
Charlotte County Sheriff’s Major Crimes Unit detectives arrested Port Charlotte woman, Amanda Jean Linscott, 26, on Tuesday morning and charged her with Armed Robbery after a September 3rd incident where she allegedly pulled a gun on a man she was having sex with while he was driving a vehicle.
The incident began on Sep. 2 when the victim and his two friends went to the Paddy Wagon Irish Pub in Port Charlotte, Florida.
When the bar closed they invited two girls they met to one of the friend’s home.
One of the women and the victim went into a bedroom to have sex.
The girl said she needed $250, which he said he didn’t have. She asked how much he had and he gave her $120.
The victim then went to the bathroom and when he returned, found the two women had left the home.
The victim had obtained the woman’s cell phone number earlier at the bar and called her; they agreed to meet at the Pick N Run store on Peachland Boulevard.
When he got there he expected to meet the woman who took the $120. Instead, Linscott walked up to his Nissan Sentra and said the other girl ditched her.
Linscott got into his car and as they drove off, he said she began touching him and having sex while he was driving.
The victim told detectives she also said she needed money and he told her he already gave her friend $120 earlier. The victim said Linscott then put a .357 Taurus revolver to his head and demanded money.
The victim grabbed the gun and a fight ensued in the moving car; he said he punched her in the head so she would release the gun.
He told detectives he was in fear of his life and lost control of his car, struck a palm tree, went airborne and then ran across two front yards.
Linscott got out and fled the scene.
The victim was able to drive his wrecked vehicle to his two friends’ home and told them what happened. He gave them the handgun and then called CCSO.
As road patrol deputies responded to the area, an elderly man, identified as Linscott’s father was in the driveway of Linscott’s home and told deputies that his daughter had been in a vehicle crash and had been punched in the face.
Statements were taken from all parties involved and detectives began their investigation.
Based on the statements and evidence, detectives arrested Linscott and transported her to the Charlotte County Jail where she remains on no bond.
A massage parlour and a car wash outlet in Sunway Mentari, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, have given new meaning to the phrase “customer loyalty”.
They came up with a creative way to entice more customers to engage their services by offering free sex after nine car washes.
However, their three-month old “win-win” partnership was stopped after police stormed the massage parlour.
During the operation, nine Vietnamese women, believed to be prostitutes and GROs (guest relation officers), aged between 18 and 28, were arrested.
Selangor National Key Result Area (NKRA) Crime Prevention Division officer-in-charge, ASP Emmi Shah Fadhil, said police got wind of the activity after the raiding team found several car wash loyalty cards from five customers who were caught having sex with the prostitutes.
“It was supposed to be just another routine operation,” he said.
Emmi Shah said the team later found out that customers who sent their cars to the nearby car wash will be given a loyalty card each.
“To get the extra ‘offer’, customers must send their cars for washing nine times within a certain period. The tenth car wash will entitle them to free sex,” said Emmi Shah.
He said those who sought sex immediately would need to pay between RM130 ($26, $42) and RM180 (£36, $58) per session.
“When we raided the premises, the women panicked. Some even tried to hide in the storeroom. Four men, believed to be the operators and caretakers, were also detained,” he said.
Emmi Shah said besides the loyalty card, the team also found several condoms stashed inside a microwave.
Checks revealed the premises, equipped with CCTV, only allowed Chinese patrons to enter.
He said the women were found to have violated their social visit passes and had been working without permits.
They were taken to Petaling Jaya police headquarters for further investigation.
A man called Michigan police after a prostitute raised her prices after he already paid her for her services.
Police were called to the man’s Ann Arbor residence at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday for a report of a robbery, AnnArbor.com reported.
Ann Arbor police Lt. Renee Bush said the man and woman, a 19-year-old from Ohio whom he contacted online, agreed on a price for the woman’s services, but when the man handed over the cash, the woman suddenly raised her price.
The man then called police.
“So, she was arrested,” Bush said.
Bush said the man and the woman’s stories of the situation differed and that the man was not arrested, but it will ultimately be up to Washtenaw County prosecutors to determine charges in the case.
Police did not release any information regarding the price of the transaction, or the names of the people involved.
An Angelina Jolie lookalike held a terrified taxi driver at knifepoint while she forced him to have sex, police in Tulcea, Romania, have been told.
Cabbie Nicolae Stan, 34, says that Luminita Perijoc, 30, threatened to kill him unless he agreed to perform oral sex on her after he’d dropped her off at her apartment.
“She asked me to help with her bag but when we were upstairs she got me in to her kitchen and told me she had to have sex with me,” claimed the married dad-of-three.
“I think she wasn’t used to anyone saying no because she flew into a rage when I declined. She took out a knife and forced me to undress and have sex with her.
“But she wasn’t satisfied and wanted sex again. When I refused she attacked me with a knife, and forced me to have oral sex with her, but then she still stabbed me,” he added.
Friends said that Perijoc is a huge fan of actress Jolie and models herself on the Tomb Raider star.
Stan says he only escaped when he managed to barricade himself into a bedroom and dial 999 on his mobile phone. Police say he was taken to hospital with more than half a dozen stab wounds.
“We are interviewing both parties to discover what could have happened,” said a police spokesman.
A couple in Kansas are facing criminal charges after they allegedly stole some K-Y Jelly from a Walmart and actually began having sex inside the big box retailer.
The X-rated encounter Sunday evening resulted in the arrest of Julian Call, 22, and Tina Gianakon, 35, on theft and lewd and lascivious behavior charges, according to the Hutchinson Police Department.
Witnesses told officers that the couple was openly fondling each other in full view of fellow Walmart shoppers (which resulted in the lewd and lascivious charges).
Additionally, the pair was accused of shoplifting the sexual lubricant and other items.
Municipal Court complaints filed against Call and Gianakon accuse them of engaging “in sexual intercourse or sodomy with any person or animal with knowledge or reasonable anticipation that the participants are being viewed by another.”
Call and Gianakon were briefly booked into the Reno County jail on the misdemeanor counts.
A court in Australia has banned a man from using Facebook for two years.
He had created a page on the social networking site which rated the sexual performance of women in central Victoria.
22-year-old Joshua Turner of Kangaroo Flat created the Facebook page in June last year.
The Bendigo Magistrates Court heard he invited people to rate their past sexual partners and published hundreds of comments online.
In what police describe as one of the first cases of its kind in Victoria, one woman complained about a sexually degrading post, prompting an investigation.
The youngest victim in the case was just 16 years old.
Turner pleaded guilty to using an online service to publish objectionable material and using a carriage service to offend.
The magistrate sentenced him to six months in prison, wholly suspended for two years.
His co-accused will face court in August.
There was plenty of noise as police in Northwest England swooped on a house in Barrow in the early hours of Sunday.
A pair of resonant residents prompted the call after they disturbed their neighbours with a bout of noisy lovemaking.
Sergeant Ian McClymont said police were used to clamping down on loud music and raucous parties on weekend mornings.
However, the call-out to the terraced house in Roose at 2am on Sunday required a slightly different approach, he said.
He said: “Loud noise can be an issue for us. In addition to the usual people coming in at night and thinking they will carry on the party, this was some loud lovemaking, which I suppose is the diplomatic way of putting it.
“We dealt with it tactfully. In the heat of the moment when people get back home after a night out they can lose sight of the fact they are little bit louder than they should be and a neighbour complained.”
The amorous couple in question were gently advised to be good neighbours, as well as good lovers.
Police refused to name the street the couple live in but later posted on Twitter about the call-out: “#noisyneighbours an issue this weekend. Complaints of loud music & loud love making! #Showsomerestraint #respectforneighbours #noneedfornoise”
Sgt McClymont said: “Our officers attended and tactfully dealt with the situation. It is the simple case that people need to appreciate whatever they do, whether it is playing music or having a party or a barbecue, they should consider their neighbours.”