This Week in Weird, Oct. 29
Woman charged after forcibly kissing two people
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — A judge ordered a Boston woman held on bail after police said she forcibly kissed two people on Monday.
Samantha Woodsum, 39, is charged with two counts of indecent assault and battery on people over the age of 14, assault and battery on a police officer, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
During her arrest, Woodsum spit on an officer, resulting in the assault and battery on a police officer charge.
'Vulgar' sex talk in Denny’s leads to criminal charges
PERRY TWP., Ohio — Three people are in trouble after talking dirty in a restaurant.
Police charged a 38-year-old man and two women with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor, for the Oct. 18 incident at Denny’s. The trio has pleaded not guilty in the case.
According to a police report, Patrolman Stephen Slone was eating at a Denny’s and overheard the group’s discussion on sex. It was 3:40 a.m. Slone said the dialogue was loud and vulgar.
He asked them to quit. They refused.
Slone and restaurant employees asked them to leave. The man refused to cooperate. He also faces charges of obstruction and failure to disclose personal information.
Police: Woman says she stole wrong car
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. - A Framingham woman admitted she stole a car, but she said she took the wrong one, police said.
Melissa Urban, 43, told police she thought she was stealing her boyfriend's car from the Chicken Bone restaurant, not one that belonged to a stranger, police spokesman Lt. Ron Brandolini said.
A man called police at 11:15 p.m. and told police someone stole his Subaru wagon. He said he'd left his keys in the car, Brandolini said.
Police put out an alert, and Officer Robert Lewis spotted the car.
Urban was driving, and she immediately admitted what she did.
"She stated it was a mistake, that she took the wrong car," Brandolini said. "She said she wanted to steal her boyfriend's car."
Urban told police she was on the way back to the Chicken Bone to return the car because she realized her mistake, Brandolini said.
Police then arrested Urban and charged her with larceny of a vehicle.
GateHouse News Service