You never really know your neighbors until you find them naked and hiding from the law in your dryer. With this in mind, the events of the morning of Wednesday, May 29, 2013, would prove enlightening for the folks who live near Morse and Hutton Streets in Linwood, Ohio.
They say that all stereotypes have some basis in truth or they wouldn’t have evolved into stereotypes. So the drunken, naked arrest of FAU Iota Nu frat member and former chapter president Alex Fanaian, would seem to prove.
Residents of Newark, Delaware, can sleep easy knowing that police have apprehended the town’s "Naked Man," as elusive as Bigfoot, but much more active. Police belive he is responsible for a series of streakings that started in 2011. The mystery man is believed to be Jason Grubbs, arrested on April 20, 2013.
Newport News, Virginia, cop Christopher Roush, 41, was arrested by his own department for allegedly standing naked on a porch.
You might not realize it, dear readers, but we here at the Crime Library tirelessly search the Internet each day to bring you the selection of compelling cases we do. So a case like this is for us truly a gift that makes the many offenses of other drugged-out, naked perpetrators seem lackluster by comparison — not that we’re condoning any sort of competition.
Details are still emerging in the case of a Florida homeowner, who shot a nude assailant on his property, wounding him. Despite the bizarre circumstances, police have concluded that this is one "stand your ground" shooting that won’t be challenged in court.
It was Christmas 2012, at about 1:30 in the afternoon and, luckily, The Ranch daycare center was closed and completely devoid of children when alleged naked-guy Brad Bell decided to take the tour.
Sara Butler and her daughters pleaded guilty Monday to charges against them stemming from a March incident at a high school in which they stripped naked and refused to leave.
Dancing naked by the side of a nearby roadway is a bad way to keep your meth lab secure, but a good way to get you all the unwanted attention of local police.
A Uniontown, Pa. woman was arrested recently for flagging down motorists at an intersection and offering to perform a striptease for money. Such a display might initially seem unusual, but roads, highways and intersections have long been favored by all types for very weird displays.