Cops: Truck Had Quartet Of Naked Nebraskans
Bizarre discovery was made following 3 AM traffic stop
FEBRUARY 24--A sheriff’s deputy discovered a quartet of naked Nebraskans in a pickup truck that was pulled over during a traffic stop, according to a police report.
The Ford F-250 was stopped last Friday at 3 AM after cops received a call about a suspicious truck traveling near Lincoln. In a probable cause affidavit, Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Curtis Reha reported that he initiated the stop after observing “the front seat to be overloaded with four occupants.”
“Upon initial contact with the occupants I observed two white males and two white females to be naked in the cab of the truck,” Reha noted. The deputy added that “a strong odor of alcohol was emitting from the vehicle.”
Further inspection revealed that a “Busch Light beer box with empty cans and several items of clothing were observed in the bed of the truck.”
The report does not indicate why driver Nickolus Borgman, 32, and his three passengers were unburdened by garments.
Borgman, Reha reported, had slurred speech and bloodshot and watery eyes. A Breathalyzer test showed his blood alcohol content to be more than twice the legal limit. As such, Borgman, pictured in the above mug shot, was jailed on a drunk driving rap (his third).
He was also cited for driving without a seat belt, overloaded front seat, and “open alcohol container” (two cans of beer were found “in the passenger compartment of the truck”).
Borgman’s cohorts were not charged in connection with their nakedness since Nebraska’s criminal code does not bar passengers in the altogether. Duly noted. (3 pages)