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  1. #1
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    Aug 2003
    In heels

    Hanky Panky in cars can land you in jail

    NEWPORT NEWS -- A woman charged under the state's felony crimes against nature law pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of indecent exposure Thursday.

    Keia Horton, 22, had initially planned to challenge the constitutionality of the law, which prohibits certain types of sex between consenting adults. She said she decided to plead to the lesser charge to avoid the possibility of a felony conviction

    "I didn't want to go through with it," Horton said after the brief hearing in Newport News Circuit Court. "I didn't want to go to jail."

    Horton was charged on Jan. 29 by a police officer who found her in a parked car on Constance Drive receiving oral sex from a man. She and 29-year-old Kenneth Lars were both charged with a felony under the statute for crimes against nature. The statute says people can't have oral or anal sex, whether homosexual or heterosexual, but the law doesn't specify whether the sex is illegal in public or in private.


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2003
    Okay. Remind me never to move there! Bad Arielle