Nude Woman By A Statue UPDATE: All Things Good, Downtown Survives
|No charges to be filed against this woman|
We wrote yesterday morning about our sighting of a nude person standing in front of the "Release the Fear" metal sculpture at Central and Roosevelt.
It was quite the sight, as was the open-mouthed reactions from passersby in their business attire and so forth.
We contacted our friends at the Phoenix police to see what happened to the naked person, who turned out to be a middle-aged woman.
Late in the afternoon, Officer James Holmes, a responsive media spokesperson, sent us the following E-mail:
"At just after 9:00 this morning Phoenix Police officers went to the area on N. Central Ave./Roosevelt in response to a naked person standing by a statue. Upon arrival, the officers found a nude female. There was no complainant and the woman was transported to a Local Alcohol Recovery Center. No police report required."
No public sexual indecency, no disturbing the peace, no nothing, just a ride over to LARC.
In this instance, we like that.