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10-01-09, 11:15 PM #1
Woman Finds Officer in Her Bed
A U.S. Capitol Police officer was arrested Sunday morning in Arlington County when a woman came home and found him passed out drunk in her bed, police said. The two had never met.
The officer, Thomas Patrick McMahon, 34, was charged with unlawful entry. Police say they are perplexed as to why McMahon picked the apartment, in the 1000 block of North Randolph Street, to sleep. He lives in Reston.
"I don't know if it looks similar to his apartment in Reston or what," said Arlington police spokeswoman Crystal Nosal. "Thankfully, nobody was hurt."
When officers arrived at 1 a.m., McMahon was still sleeping, Nosal said. Police think he walked into the apartment through the front door.
McMahon, a Capitol Police officer since 1998, is on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the criminal charges, said Kimberly Schneider, a Capitol Police spokeswoman. Schneider said the agency will also conduct an investigation.
His arrest was first reported on WUSA-9.com.
10-01-09, 11:19 PM #2
"Officers, there's a strange woman in my apartment!"
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10-01-09, 11:22 PM #3
Maybe he first tried out a bed that was too small, and then tried a bed that was too big, but finally found one that was just right!
10-01-09, 11:35 PM #4
I actually had a call like this about 8 years ago when I worked for the Sheriff's Dept. A man came home from work and found a man sleeping on his couch. He then got into a domestic dispute because he thought his wife was screwing the man on the couch. He actually was staying at a buddies house 2 doors down and when he got home from the bar he was very drunk and went into the wrong house.
The guy on the couch was scared to death because the homeowner was going to hurt him.
After everything was sorted out no charges were filed.
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10-02-09, 12:13 AM #6
Sounds like a good lberal solution to the homeless problem. Give them alcoholic beverages & drugs and the problem will go away.SI VIS PACEM PARA BELLUM-Ex-Sheriff Martin Howe to Will Kane in "High Noon"
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