Urination Charge Follows Solicitation Charge

Released after he was charged with violating the town's solicitation ordinance, a Mississippi salesman is seen on video urinating into a trash receptacle in the Darien Police headquarters lobby, police said.

A 38-year-old Mississippi man just released from police custody on a violation of the town's soliciting ordinance did a little releasing of his own in the police headquarters lobby last week, according to police.

William Jones, of Columbus, MS left a part of himself for police to remember him by—his urine—in a garbage receptacle in the lobby just before departing in a van at 3 p.m., Thursday, police said. Although police said his action was caught on video surveillance tape, Jones left the building and entered a waiting van before police reacted.

Darien police gave this account of how Jones came to be charged in connection with a discharge:

Jones, who was in town selling magazines for Liberty Sales of Houston, TX, had been arrested Aug. 1 on a charge of violating the town's solicitation ordinance.

Police said Jones had another person working with him at the time, and they were both using his solicitation permit—a violation of the ordinance. Jones' permit then was revoked.

Darien police applied for and received a warrant for Jones' arrest. On Saturday, Stratford police located Jones at a hotel there and took him into custody for the warrant.

Darien officers returned Jones to town police headquarters to process him for the arrest. A bail commissioner released Jones on a written promise to appear Aug. 14 in state Superior Court in Stamford.

sebastian dangerfield August 07, 2012 at 06:23 PM
Nice job DPD Arrest a guy for going to bathroom in a trash can. Even though no one saw..... Bu they issue a warning to an off duty cop who caused a MVI after going through a stop sign. Cars destroyed and people injured--yet that is a warning. Here the offense needs a warrant and arrest!! Love the way they prioritize and do the right thing. what makes me think , if this was anywhere other than the police dept they would laugh at the idea of a call of this nature. But they protect their own.....thats the message.
Mrs Avery August 07, 2012 at 10:15 PM
DUH! He should have gone to the bath room, but he was pissing in the lobby, perhaps this is accepted practice in your home.
sebastian dangerfield August 08, 2012 at 03:12 AM
duh? Id rather find out someone urinated in my garbage can than slam their car into my family. But 'perhaps this is accepted practice in your house' . Duh. The guy is selling magazines...they give him a hard time to start...then double up.
Owsley August 08, 2012 at 03:20 AM
Were you not allowed to go to the bathroom when you were arrested Vegan ?
sebastian dangerfield August 08, 2012 at 05:15 AM
Owlsley, each and every time i have been arrested, I have not been allowed to use the bathroom. So, I empathsize with this man. They actually went out--sirens a blazing, looking for the guy who urinated on their trash. My guess, 12 cars, Zulu the dog, the ERT unit and whatever high tech stuff they have were utilized for this ---- BUt they let their own guy go who causes broken bones and smashed cars. Yep--thats the type of guys I trust with their judgement.
Owsley August 09, 2012 at 03:25 AM
Sounds like you've been in trouble with the law a lot. Are you a trouble maker ?
sebastian dangerfield August 09, 2012 at 04:03 AM
yawn Yes owsley... yawn. yes.
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