Monday, June 04, 2007

Ex-Colt parties with teens

Police arrested Jack Trudeau, the former Indianapolis Colts quarterback, and a dozen teenagers early Saturday after police responded to a complaint of a loud party and found liquor being served at a Park Tudor High School graduation party. When police first asked Trudeau, 44, if they could check on the welfare of the teenagers, he told them they would need a warrant. Said warrant was obtained, and police later charged Trudeau with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Also, 12 people over the age of 18 were charged with possession of alcohol. Of those 12, five were also charged with resisting law enforcement after they were found hiding in the woods around the Trudeau home. One person who was younger than 18 tested positive for alcohol consumption and was turned over to parents. Trudeau's previous brushes with the law included driving while drunk and striking a cop.

If Mark Chmura taught us anything, it is not to party with underage girls. When the cops catch up to you, all you will be left with is the admiration of your friends for having nailed a tight little skank a gigantic legal bill.

1 comment:

Angry Ferret Jones said...

You had me at "tight little skank."