Some couples love (or lust) each other

We cover a lot of serious topics here. Murder, child abuse, a lot of postings could make you cry. But every now and then you just have to lighten up!

Not every relationship ends in murder. Some couples remain together all their lives. Some couples peacefully end a relationship or marriage, and some couples just kind of drift apart.

This is about a couple who are devoted. Really, really seriously into each other. I mean really into each other.

A police officer spends a lot of their time in routine patrol. They drive around, watch for signs of criminal activity, watch people, and are probably pretty bored much of the time. But then sometimes…….

This officer pulled into a parking lot and noted a crowd of people who appeared to watching a nearby couple. One man even walked up and took a picture of the couple with his camera phone. The officer pulls up in the cruiser and noted the couple and their movements. They didn’t appear to notice the officer and his cruiser.

Amber Mumma was reportedly leaning on the car with her hands on the roof and her pants at her ankles. Standing behind her with his pants allegedly below his buttocks was Marcelo Gonzalez. Again, it has been said they were so busily engaged in their activity, they didn’t seem to be aware of the officer.

The officer arrests them, and Gonzalez had to be threatened with a taser to get him to submit to having handcuffs on. He resisted being put in the cruiser. Inquiries were made of the female and she gave him what was later found to be a false name. Mumma was also handcuffed and put into the cruiser, and they proceeded to kiss. 

Taken to the police station, the couple had to be separated, as they wanted to continue kissing while officers were trying to process them. It was determined that the sexual activity was consensual. A correct name was found for Mumma, both were charged with lewd/lavsious behavior and Mumma received an additional charge for using a false name.

The complete police report can be found at the link and is much more detailed and frank than what I have been here.

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/0503061lot1.html

Love……. I hope somebody interviews this couple again in about 5 years, and see where they are in the relationship then.

And come on people……keep it behind the drapes or at least take it to a deserted area!

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911

A call comes into 911 just after 9 pm on April 30.

The caller identifies himself as John Otis Thornton, 33, and he reports there has been an accident. As the dispatcher questions him, he says it was a murder. He says that three intruders broke into the home he shares with his mother, and they stabbed her. Then he says it was two intruders. He says they ran out of the house through the front door, then he says he chased them through the back door.

Police responded to the home where John Thornton and Glenda Thronton lived, and Glenda Thornton was taken to the hospital where she later died. Within hours, police arrested her son John Thornton for the murder. Police have not released a motive for the crime.

Police say that Thornton has not confessed, he has refused to talk to them since shortly after his first interview when he told them about the two hispanic males breaking into the home and stabbing his mother.

Neighbors have said the mother and son appeared to have had a close relationship. They are finding it difficult to believe that he could have killed his mother. One neighbor has said he thinks the boy had done some drugs at one time. But no one believed he was violent.

Police say he has been violent in the past with girlfriends and with his sister.

http://www.kcbd.com/Global/story.asp?S=4845537&nav=3w6y

http://www.kamc28.com/news/default.asp?mode=shownews&id=1676

http://www.kcbd.com/Global/story.asp?S=4844273&nav=3w6y

He was an adult and she was still housing him. Probably feeding him too. Neighbors say they were close. But we have already established that often homes have secrets.

Was it drugs? Was it a previous abuse situation? Was frustration over some shortcoming that he perceived? Or was it the old, "I have to be the one in contol"? 

We can only speculate as to what went wrong. But I believe that the history of violence with other women may be a clue.