McCampbell bared all after police went to his house Monday to serve a warrant, said Steve Hendley, Mayfield's assistant police chief. As he ran through town, people aided police by pointing in the direction McCampbell streaked off, Hendley said.But why did it take 40 minutes to catch him?
"They were, I would say, probably shocked," Assistant Police Chief Steve Hendley said. "Its not every day you have a guy take off down the street naked at 11 o'clock in the morning."
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Slappity slappity slappity
Excellent.Lede says it all: "A western Kentucky man bolted — naked — from his home and led police on a 40 minute foot chase before being caught, police said." Ah, Kentucky.