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An Oklahoma woman got a $2,500 ticket for public urination Sunday, on behalf of her not-yet-potty-trained son. A police officer happened to be sitting in his cruiser near Ashley Warden's home when her toddler son Dillan pulled down his pants and peed in the front yard, the Oklahoman reports. The officer immediately got out and wrote the ticket. "We were like, 'He's 3 years old,'" Warden says. "He said it didn't matter."
An enraged Warden ripped up the ticket, then thought better of it and taped it back together. But she says she's filing a complaint with the town's police department. The police chief, meanwhile, says the incident could have been handled better.
The officer was in the area because several neighbors have complained of young people vandalizing property and being out of control. He saw a teenager in the Warden family lead the boy to a spot in the yard to urinate and decided to take action. Read more: newsok.com...
The officer later amended the complaint to contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Oblein said he is waiting for word from the district attorney’s office as to whether they will pursue the complaint, but he doesn’t think it will go any further. Read more: newsok.com...
Originally posted by hououinkyouma
reply to post by AussieAmandaC
Your family have peed in the whole county? If everybody acts like you then we`ll soon be in Bolivia, where people do everything in the middle of the street when they want.