Sunday, October 27, 2013
Police were called to home in response to a man wielding a gun.
As officers arrived, they came across a man in a truck who was speeding away from the home.
Back up officers followed the truck and other officers determined that the suspect nor the complainant were at the house in which the call originated from.
Officers finally were able to get the driver of the truck to stop his vehicle. He told police he initially did not stop because he thought he was being followed by the man with the gun.
He explained that he met a girl online and came to her house to have consensual sex.
He said while having sex she stopped suddenly and told him he needed to leave because her ex-boyfriend was coming over and he was crazy.
He said he got dressed and went to the front door to leave and found that the ex was trying to get in. He put his shoulder to the door to block the man from coming in. The ex then said he had five other men with him and a gun. He told the girl to call 911 but she refused and said she had hurt her ex and it was on video and she did not want to get in trouble for it.
He called 911 himself and told the men outside that police were on the way. That’s when the men left.
He left shortly after and that is when he got pulled over by police.
Officers spoke with the girl who admitted that she consented to having sex with this guy, but the sex got too rough so she stopped. She sent a text to her ex boyfriend and told him to come over and scare the guy so he would leave. She told police she did not know how to ask the guy to leave.
She said her ex never did possess a gun and she just wanted him to help her get the guy to leave.
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