Stratford police arrested two Shelton residents over the weekend on charges which one of the suspects during processing called "the fun stuff."
Police, however, referred to it as second-degree breach of peace.
A suspicious activity complaint at Camelot Apartments, 2580 Main St., was called into Stratford police Saturday, Dec. 3, at about 1 p.m., a police report said.
When officers arrived, they reportedly found a woman lying in the leaves in front of a car that had a male apparently asleep in the front passenger's seat. Police said there were also two dogs in the car, as well as six empty beer cans and half a bottle of Jagermeister.
The woman was identified as Beth Jackson, 47, of 31 Soundcrest Drive, Shelton, and the male as Michael Jackson, 44, of the same address. The report did not say how the two are related.
A background check revealed the two had active protective orders against each other, the report said.
Police said when questioned, both suspects had a strong odor of alcohol on their breath and slurred their words. They grew impatient and began to cause a public disturbance, police said.
After being placed under arrest, Beth and Michael were transported to headquarters for processing. That's where Beth reportedly became increasingly argumentative, and said she always gets arrested for "the fun stuff," police said.
The Shelton residents were both charged with second-degree breach of peace and both were unable to post $500 bond. They have a court date of Dec. 14.
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