Captain America’s Identity Revealed As Lying Frat Boy
At 1:19 a.m. on Friday, April 21, Isla Vista Foot Patrol officers patrolling the 700 block of Embarcadero Del Norte heard loud music coming from the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house. The officers went up to the apartment and knocked on the door. A 23-year-old male, who was wearing an American flag around his neck like a cape and had no shirt on, let the officers into the apartment.
The officers asked to speak with either the president or vice president of the fraternity, but the caped suspect said they were not home and that he would sign the noise violation citation.
He told officers his name was “Ryan” and provided a date of birth. As the officers were calling dispatch to check the records on the name, someone in the fraternity walked by and said “Hi” to the suspect – but called him by a different name.
The suspect replied, “Hey, thanks a lot.”
The officers arrested him for providing false information to a peace officer and transported him to Santa Barbara County Jail.
Cochran: The Innocent Man’s Lawyer
At 12:35 a.m. on Saturday, April 20, IVFP officers patrolling the 6600 block of Del Playa Drive observed a 22-year-old male holding a bottle of Johnny Walker Whiskey. The officers contacted the suspect because he was in violation of the open container ordinance.
The suspect became belligerent and said, “I am 22 years old. You have no reason to stop me.” The officers informed him of the violation and asked him to sign a citation. The suspect refused to sign it and began yelling that Johnny Cochran was his lawyer and he would not sign anything without his advice.
The officer arrested the suspect for refusing to sign the citation, and he was transported to Santa Barbara County Jail.
Honesty Is A Drunken Virtue
At 1:00 a.m. on Friday, April 21, IVFP officers patrolling the 6600 block of Del Playa Drive observed a 20-year old female walking arm-in-arm with a male. The male passed the female suspect a bottle and officers watched her “take a long drink of what appeared to be a beer.”
Officers contacted the suspect and noticed she was swaying side to side. The report also indicated her speech was thick and slurred. She could not answer the officers’ questions and she said she did not know where she was or where she was going.
The suspect said, “I had too much to drink. I can’t think straight.”
The officers arrested the suspect for public intoxication and transported her to Santa Barbara County Jail, where she was housed, pending sobriety.