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Fla. Man Urinates on Cruiser


An Alachua County (Fla.) Sheriff's deputy stopped Roger Alvin Henderson for a window tint violation, and while talking with his mother, Henderson urinated on the deputy's cruiser. Read the full story here.

November 21, 2012
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vlf @ 11/21/2012 4:29 PM

I hope u let him go - he told u he had to pee. Sure seemed innocent to me. It may be wrong but come on give a man a break. You don't pee and he did not do it to spite anyone. Ya gotta pick ur battles.

Jason Barnes @ 11/22/2012 9:18 AM

The length of time it took him to micturate indicates he almost certainly had prostate trouble or similar malady. He can't be blamed for that illness, and he didn't do any damage to the car. He shouldn't be punished for anything; he didn't commit any "crime."

Dilt @ 11/22/2012 10:58 AM

So what was the disposition of this stop? Inquiring minds want to know. I agree, there certainly was no malice, the guy needed to pee and he told the officer as much.

To the officer: You stopped this man in error and wasted his time. He pissed on your car, but not in an angry way. Why don't you just call it square and move on. Karma can be cruel. If you arrested this man, I have a feeling it is in your future to experience what it's like to take two minutes to get your license out of your wallet and to piss your pants several times a day.

Tom @ 11/23/2012 5:02 AM

Who did he expose himself to? I did not see one vehicle drive by while he was urinating. Also, at no time did I observe the deputy look back at the subject from the time he walked to the vehicle until he returned. He's lucky that's all he pulled out.
Give the man a break!

Anthony @ 11/23/2012 5:36 AM

The driver was stopped, as stated, because of window tint being too dark. This is a legitemite car stop. My question is what would this "urinator" do if he WASN'T stopped? Piss in his car? Find a tree? If he was issued two summons for the window tint and public lewdness he deserved them.

Chiefjohn @ 11/23/2012 7:48 AM

First, the officer did not notice the trunk lid was open. Bad tactics. He is just pissed that his car was "defiled". And how old was the guy's mother.. a hundred? The officer was wrong on the stop and was obviously "fishing" and admitted he made the stop in error. The officer never asked if the guy had a medical condition and in answer to the earlier comments..he may have made it home to pee if the officer hadn't kept them so long on a BS stop. Bad PR and I hope the Judge dismissed the charge.

Marshal @ 11/27/2012 4:43 AM

Seriously, there is no reason to piss on the car. He could have walked to the side and pissed on the ground like a normal person. No matter how you try to tilt it the man was wrong. The cop made a stop and later found out the tint was legal. If cops could tell the tint then they wouldn't make tint meters. Now the old guy sure doesn't need to be arrested just for peeing.

bob keane @ 11/29/2012 4:06 PM

You don't know what to do? You called a supervisor for this? I wonder what you would do if you had to make a real decision. Amazing. I hope you cut this guy loose. BTW, i didn't notice cars going by, and you are a cop. You cannot be a victim.

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