2 arrested for public sex act

Two arrested for public sex act

KEY WEST — Two men engaging in a sex act on Du Pont Lane in Old Town were arrested Friday night, according to a police incident report.

Both men — ages 54 and 37 — face charges of misdemeanor indecent exposure. Both live in Key West, according to reports.

An officer was flagged down at 7:24 p.m. by an off-duty law enforcement officer from Pennsylvania who told him to “look down Du Pont Lane, as there was ‘something going on,'” according to reports.

The officer saw one of the men performing oral sex on the other under a street light. Both men were detained and taken to Duval Street, where witnesses were located, reports state.

The off-duty Pennsylvania officer emailed the Key West officer a video of the two suspects who appeared to be “aware they were being videotaped, as the two were smiling at the camera,” reports state.

They were taken to Monroe County Detention Center on Stock Island.

Du Pont Lane is small road between the 800 block of Duval Street and the 700 block Simonton Street.

my thoughts on this story are these 2 must be crazy to have done something like this since one guys like 54 years old while the other is 37 way too big of a age gap to be doing this thing they got going on also that they need to either grow up and realize what they did was super nasty and wrong or be locked up till they realize what they did was wrong once again just my opinion if you dont agree thats your opinon i dont judge 🙂 thanks for reading:)


Bank Robber sues police :0

Bank robber sues police

A convicted bank robber from a 2012 case says Key West police officers twice ordered him to strip naked during their investigation while laughing and jeering at his body.

In a lawsuit filed against the city, the police department and a pawn shop owner, Timothy Homrighausen also says he is owed $27,000 to replace the personal property they seized, including his car.

Homrighausen, 55, accuses several officers by name of unlawfully searching him and humiliating him during the arrest, but police spokeswoman Alyson Crean said officers never do strip searches of suspects.

“We don’t do that,” she said.

Homrighausen says he was taunted by his arresting officers on Oct. 17, 2012.

While at police headquarters, one officer “circled the plaintiff while ogling him up and down and making comment [sic] that brought laughs from officers on the other side of the room,” according to the suit assigned to U.S. Court Judge Jose Martinez.

Homrighausen is serving 70 months for robbing the Bank of America, 3200 Flagler Ave., two years ago. He used a bicycle to make his getaway and a Truman Avenue bar as his hideout.

His release date is June 29, 2015, according to the Florida Department of Corrections.

The lawsuit was filed Oct. 21 in federal court with Homrighausen writing the 11-page claim by hand.

The city hasn’t had a chance yet to respond in court to the allegations.

Homrighausen has claimed before that the cash found on him after the bank robbery belonged to him, but the strip search allegations apparently are new.

Police have no record of Homrighausen filing any complaints. A look through court transcripts and motions filed in federal court doesn’t show that Homrighausen ever mentioned to the judge he had been forced to undress by officers.

At about 11 a.m. on Oct. 17, 2012, a man entered a bank which was empty of customers and handed the teller a note that read, “This is a robbery and not a joke,” according to a transcript of a court hearing held in January 2013.

Police nabbed Homrighausen within a couple of hours after the bank robbery in New Town, relying on the bank’s video surveillance, a teller’s identification, and a backpack filled with $4,198 that they say Homrighausen had with him at the bar.

“The teller was in fear for her safety when she handed over $5,356,” Detective Matthew Haley wrote in the affidavit for Homrighausen’s arrest.

While at Dons’ Place, according to Homrighausen, Officer David Smith confiscated his belongings, including his eyeglasses, a cell phone, his car and house keys, five rings, three bracelets, one watch and cash.

The first of two alleged strip searches took place in the men’s room of the bar. Smith escorted Homrighausen into the men’s room and ordered him to strip completely and made him stand “with his genitalia exposed in the center of the men’s room,” the lawsuit states.

While naked, “a female entered the men’s room and approached plaintiff,” the suit states. “David Smith responded to comments from [sic] female with laughter.”

Homrighausen says Haley was also in the men’s room and handed him a paper jumpsuit to wear.

Crean said that just didn’t happen.

“He went to jail in his own clothes,” she said.

The Dons’ Place arrest was the last time Homrighausen saw any of his possessions, and police issued no property receipts.

“The plaintiff has never been given the opportunity to claim any of his property that was taken by KWPD,” Homrighausen wrote.

As for the cash found on him, Homrighausen said prosecutors never could prove the money came from the bank. There was no marked money or “bait” money identified, he added.

Homrighausen was indicted for stealing $5,356 in the Key West bank robbery, and later was charged with a Dec. 2, 2011, bank robbery in Cocoa Beach in which more than $4,400 was taken.

After pleading guilty to both robberies on Feb. 3, 2013, Homrighausen was ordered to pay $4,472.69 in restitution as part of his sentence.

Woman not allowed to donate plasma, so she crashes car into facility.

After not being allowed to donate plasma, a woman in Florida responded by sending hospitals something else — new patients.

According to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, a woman who was angry that she could not donate plasma intentionally crashed her car into a local business.

CNN affiliate WTLV reports that the woman’s red Honda Accord made it 40 feet into the building.

Police say that nine people were transported to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries after the incident at DCI Biologicals.

The suspect was arrested and charged with aggravated battery.

Mother, daughter reunited after Manchester fatal fire

Mother, daughter reunited after Manchester fatal fire.

A mother in Manchester, New Hampshire said she stepped out for just a second and returned to find firefighters swarming her home.

Several people were trapped in the burning apartment building, including 22-month-old Olivia, who firefighters say was found alone.

“She’s probably 21 -22 months old, and she was observed looking out the window,” said District Fire Chief Mike Gamache.

Video from the scene shows Olivia’s mother running to the back of the building and pictures show Olivia and mom reuniting. However, Olivia’s mom says the girl wasn’t alone.

“A firefighter took me out of the house. I said I’m coming. I was standing here, I put on my shoes, I grabbed my jacket. She didn’t even have any clothes on, that’s how fast I grabbed her,” said mother Lacresha Bonds.

Fire officials say the fire started in an elderly man’s first floor apartment. But when firefighters rushed in, they found the elderly man collapsed on the floor.

Friends said the man who died had health problems and they’re saddened he couldn’t be saved.

But everyone is grateful that little Olivia is safe.

Mom was safe, the child was safe and we were proud to make that rescue and proud to hand the child over to mom,” Gamache said.

The investigation is still ongoing and an autopsy will be conducted on Thursday. Officials said the man was a known smoker and are looking into that for a cause.

my thoughts on this story would be thank goodness everyone was safe and no one lost anyone in this fire and im so happy that olivia is safe and sound with her family and was not harmed in this tragic event