Police: Drunken Man Found Lying in the Street, Wearing Only Boxers and Jacket
When police arrived downtown just after 7 a.m. Sunday, officers found the 22-year-old Hudson man lying in the street “curled up, trying to use his boxers as a blanket." The man was taken into custody by his parents.
After finding a 22-year-old Hudson man lying in the street wearing nothing but boxers and a fleece jacket, police advised the man to “sober up” and call police if it was found that his belongings and vehicle were missing due to a crime.
It must have been a wild night in downtown Stillwater for a 22-year-old Hudson man police found lying in the street Sunday morning wearing nothing but boxer shorts and a fleece jacket.
When Stillwater police arrived downtown just after 7 a.m. Sunday, the officer found the man in the street between P.D. Pappy's and the Water Street Inn “curled up, trying to use his boxers as a blanket,” according to a police report.
Police were able to make contact with the man’s parents, and met them at Houlton Elementary School, where he was released into their custody.
The man was unsure what happened and where he had come from, the report states. He told police his vehicle should be downtown, but officers were unable to locate it.
The man was advised to “sober up” and call police if it was found that his belongings and vehicle were missing due to a crime.