Man arrested for locking himself in hot car to avoid sleeping with girlfriend
Police in Ohio filed charges against a man who locked himself in a hot car to avoid sleeping with his girlfriend. It was Khrystian Collins, 24, who was charged with obstructing official business, resisting arrest, trespass, and domestic violence.
The police report stats that a 24-year-old woman called the police to her home because Collins had locked himself in her Kia Optima and wouldn't get out. The police arrived and an officer talked to Collins through the passenger window that was rolled down a little bit.
WFMJ covered the incident, stating that the "report says Collins told the officer that he locked himself in his girlfriend's car because she always wants to have s-x and it was too hot in the apartment.
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Police say the girlfriend confirmed Collins' story, saying he ran out of the apartment because he didn't want to have s-x with her."
More cops arrived on the scene, including a police supervisor who tried to convince Collins to get out of the car. Nope. Collins stayed in the car and rolled up the window when the supervisor tried to unlock the door.
The officer was able to unlock the door and Collins wouldn't get out. That's when they pulled Collins from the vehicle. Collins then said he was hurt and taken to a nearby hospital for some treatment, then was booked into jail.
Collins' girlfriend told the cops that Collins threatened to hit her, so he was charged with domestic violence. He pleaded not guilty via a video arraignment in the Warren Municipal Court and a hearing is set for September.
One thing's for sure, I definitely thought this would be a story from Florida!