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Pair of Female Corrections Employees Cited After Alleged Car Clench in Parking Lot

by Kilian Melloy
Friday Apr 13, 2018

Two female employees of the Colorado Department of Corrections were cited for public indecency for an alleged sex romp in a car that was parked in the lot of a Denver 7-11 store, local outlet 9 reported.

Citing a Denver Police Department document, 9 News said that the two women are employed at the Denver Women's Correctional Facility and had their CDOC uniforms on at the time of their citation.

The article said that the women were seen inside a silver Kia by an employee of the convenience store at around 5:30 in the morning of April 8. The employee alerted a police officer, who used his flashlight to get a better look inside the car. Even then, however, the couple carried on; said the police report, "neither stopped what they were doing," according to the 9 News account.

The women did stop, however, with the arrival of a police car that flooded the Kia with light from its headlamps. The women, who reportedly were expected at work at 6 a.m., then got dressed. They were cited, the police report said, because "the act was in a public place, that was well lit and visible with multiple surveillance cameras," 9 News noted.

The New York Post reported that one of the women was a longtime Colorado Department of Corrections employee with 11 years' service. The other was a relative newcomer, having started at CDPC in 2016.

A Denver Post article reported that the women are both expected in court on May 8.

Kilian Melloy serves as EDGE Media Network's Assistant Arts Editor. He also reviews theater for WBUR. His professional memberships include the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association, the Boston Online Film Critics Association, The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and the Boston Theater Critics Association's Elliot Norton Awards Committee.


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