No Relief for Man Peeing in Public as Police Dribble Up Citation

Rochester officer spotted man urinating alongside his Jeep.

A Clarkston man found out the hard way Sunday it sometimes it pays to just hold it a little while longer when Rochester Police caught him in the act of relieving himself in public.

The 26-year-old man had been roughhousing with a group of acquaintances Sunday near Third and Pine streets in Rochester when a Rochester Police officer saw the man separate himself from the group and run toward a Jeep parked nearby. The officer approached the vehicle and saw the man was urinating alongside the Jeep. According to the department, a steaming puddle had also formed near the man's feet. 

Police released the man with a citation for urinating in public. 
Patricia January 28, 2014 at 06:09 PM
Our police do not dribble citations----and to connect it in the manner in which it was done is "bathroom" humor that does not belong as a headline….and also out of respect. I have a great sense of humor and have enjoyed and laughed at many of your postings as I see the humor you have so eloquently expressed. However, headlines such as this have caused many readers to leave the Patch as it is more like "tabloid" rather than local news. My opinion based on journalism and bottom line, but most, out of respect for our officers.
Richard Cranium January 28, 2014 at 07:48 PM
Yet Amanda has issues with a TV show.
Amanda Holly January 28, 2014 at 11:20 PM
I have issues with the Grammy's being used to force the LGBT agenda down the throat of all American's. What, are you stalking me Dick? Er, Richard.
Amanda Holly January 28, 2014 at 11:22 PM
And Patricia, I'd be willing to bet that the local police officers got a kick out of that headline. Most of them were likely blessed with the God-given gift of a sense of humor.
Patricia January 29, 2014 at 06:10 AM
Now I understand why people leave the Patch, the insults by the likes of the above delivered under the guise of "humor". Count me as leaving, too many "Amanda's" on this.


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