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High school streakers
« on: October 17, 2009, 12:47:02 pm »
St. Francis High School in Minn. has had a spate of streakers at its football games this year. Five very brave students have stripped to next to nothing, usually keeping underwear on, and ran on the field.

Inevitably, one 16-year-old became a true streaker and, inevitably, the police arrested him and he could be facing an indecent exposure charge for exposing himself to a child under the age of 16. This charge mandates that he list as a sex offender for 10 years. That's good, ruin the boy's life already for a single night of fun and frivolity.

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Here is an article from ABC Newspapers.com:

St Francis failing to see humor of streaking incidents
Wednesday, 07 October 2009
by Tammy Sakyr
Staff writer

While the Ray Stevens song, “The Streak,” made running in the buff sound like fun, officials in St. Francis are not laughing.

But the 17-year-old male student that streaked across the St. Francis High School football field wearing only a shirt at the Sept. 25 homecoming game led to a near riot.

After the streaker was captured, wrapped in a blanket and was being led to the waiting squad car, between 500 and 1,000 people surrounded the two arresting St. Francis Police officers swearing, throwing pop bottles and shoes and tried to prevent them from arresting the youth, according to the St. Francis Police report of the incident.

“We advised all parties around us that they would be charged with obstruction if they got in the way of our duties. The crowd was becoming very hostile. Many individuals were swearing and yelling ...,” said Officer A.J. Gennaro in his report.

One 17-year-old male, who attended the school, who had allegedly been physically obstructing the officers was also arrested.

The boy resisted arrest and attempted to punch one of the officers, said St. Francis Police Chief Jeff Harapat.

According to the incident report, two officers had to subdue the youth and had to administer a low-level shock with the stun gun to get him to cooperate.

The teen was arrested for obstruction with force, disorderly conduct, possession small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The streaker faces charges of indecent exposure, fleeing on foot from the police and a possible fifth-degree criminal sexual conduct.

The youth could face up to 90 days in jail/$1,000 fine and could be classified as a sex offender, said Harapat.

The mob “created such a chaos, that it stopped the normal operation of homecoming event,” said Gennaro in his report.

Although this was the first time the crowd turned violent, it is not the first streaking incident this year.

Several teenage boys have been arrested for streaking across the football field at both St. Francis home and away games.

The trend started at the school’s first home game Sept. 3 with a naked 16-year-old boy running across the field.

Three classmates in various stages of undress continued the streaking on the Totino-Grace High School football field in the final quarter of St. Francis’ Sept. 18 game at that school.

According to Fridley Police Lt. Mike Monsrud, two of the boys, both 17, were caught and arrested. The third streaker was able to get away.

An Oak Grove teen was arrested for disorderly conduct and was released to his parents because he just bared his backside, but the second teen from East Bethel faces more serious charges.

The second streaker was arrested for gross misdemeanor indecent exposure, Monsrud said. He could face 90 days in jail and/or a $1,000 fine.

Because he streaked across the field completely naked, the East Bethel teen could be considered a sex offender for 10 years, depending how the case is resolved, Monsrud said.

Both teens claimed they did it as part of a senior prank, he said.

Money was allegedly behind the streaker’s run at the Sept. 25 St. Francis homecoming game.

According to Harapat, the streaker claimed he won a $200 bet.

School consequences

Streakers and those who helped them could be suspended for up to 10 days, banned from after school activities, reassigned to Crossroads School and the Vocational Center or expelled, according to Principal Paul Neubauer.

The consequences depend on the state of undress and level of involvement, Neubauer said.

The penalties are the same whether the streaking is done at away games or on the home field, he said.

Following the Sept. 25 incident, Neubauer met with each grade level in the school’s Performing Arts Center and informed them of seriousness of the situation.

Streaking puts the school and the community in a negative light, Neubauer said.

It’s a lot bigger issue than it was in the 1970s and it won’t be tolerated, he said.

The athletes, coaches and officials are the only ones allowed on the athletic fields and courts and they deserve that time, Neubauer said.

Having the students converge en mass on the police officers was unacceptable, he said.

That carries the same penalties as streaking, Neubauer said.

It was disruptive and diverted attention from the football game, he said.

The St. Francis Police “officers did a fabulous job maintaining order and controlling the situation, Neubauer said.

No streakers interrupted the Oct. 3 football game.

Tammy Sakry is at tammy.sakry@ecm-inc.com
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Re: High school streakers
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2009, 05:19:58 pm »
"two officers had to subdue the youth and had to administer a low-level shock with the stun gun to get him to cooperate."
 :34 Theres a joke, theres no such thing as a low level shock from a stun gun. Stun guns use a voltage of around 30,000 volts. A naked 16 year old sure doesn't deserve that kind of treatment, they could have dealt with him different.  To get a feeling of that go start the engine of you car and pull a spark plug wire off. That zap will be close to that voltage.

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Re: High school streakers
« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2009, 10:31:57 am »
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Listed as a sex offender for 10 years... for a damn streak?????????  Are those people for real???????????


"Streaking puts the school and the community in a negative light, Neubauer said. "
What a douche... only the overreaction to that streak puts a negative light on their "school and community", and legal system and all...

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Re: High school streakers
« Reply #3 on: October 20, 2009, 10:52:53 am »
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Listed as a sex offender for 10 years... for a damn streak?????????  Are those people for real???????????


"Streaking puts the school and the community in a negative light, Neubauer said. "
What a douche... only the overreaction to that streak puts a negative light on their "school and community", and legal system and all...


This says it all. 
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Re: High school streakers
« Reply #4 on: October 20, 2009, 09:45:47 pm »
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Listed as a sex offender for 10 years... for a damn streak?????????  Are those people for real???????????


"Streaking puts the school and the community in a negative light, Neubauer said. "
What a douche... only the overreaction to that streak puts a negative light on their "school and community", and legal system and all...


This says it all.  

Pretty much, it also shows how abused the sex offender system is and how much of a joke it has become to be put on it for such a minor infraction.
I think I remember another article about the abuse of the sex offenders list on another naturist forum. A woman breastfeeding in public openly was put on the list. Like WTF!? :0988
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