When the officer arrived she observed Tara Kirchgessner exiting the pool topless. Officer Mordica told her to put her clothes on and the girl responded, "were were just having fun". Brandon Hurst was nude as well. Hurst offered the officer 20 bucks to take her clothes off and join them.
Officer Mordica arrested both of them. Kirchgessner had a warrant out for her failure to appear to non moving traffic violations because her license had been suspended. Tara Kirchgessner-arrest for warrant, and for exposure of sexual organs (indecent exposure) Brandon Hurst- arrested indecent exposure.
Monday, August 4, 2008
Ah, just another day in Tallahassee, Florida! A female police officer responded to a call of a loud party at an apartment complex pool and got more than she bargained for in the process. Here's more from WCTV:
Something is fishy about this story . . . and we're not just talking about the smell coming from the back seat! A Florida woman, Teah L. Limitone, 22, claims she was distracted by moans and groans coming from the back seat of her 2003 Acura where passenger Ayla Gabriel was allegedly changing her clothes. That caused Limitone to run a red light and smash into several other cars. Here's more from The St. Petersburg Times:
No one was seriously injured in the July 21 pileup, although at least one person was taken to Bayfront Medical Center. Deputies describe the situation this way:
A 2003 Acura driven by Teah L. Limitone, 22, was travling north in the middle lane of Seminole Boulevard about 8 p.m. She ran the light at Seminole and Park Boulevard and hit a 2000 Saturn that was trying to turn left from Park onto Seminole Boulevard. The Saturn spun 180 degrees.
The Acura, still headed north, was pushed into the southbound lanes on Seminole. The Acura slid between two cars that were in the southbound turn lanes on Seminole and then hit a fourth vehicle before stopping.
"There was a naked female in the back seat," Pinellas County sheriff's spokesman Jim Bordner said. "She was changing clothes in the back seat."
Bordner said Limitone told the deputy she heard a moan or a groan and turned to see if the passenger, Ayla Gabriel, was all right. That's when she ran the light.