Monday, 4 April 2011

go-go dancer on her first day of work and a man who said he was a member of the Pagans motorcycle gang became involved with police in an incident at the Round Valley Inn on Route 22.

go-go dancer on her first day of work and a man who said he was a member of the Pagans motorcycle gang became involved with police in an incident at the Round Valley Inn on Route 22.

The incident began about 4:45 p.m. Tuesday when police were dispatched to the establishment on a report of a possible assault between a man and a woman.

Arriving at the scene, Patrolman Matthew Murphy saw a 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue attempting to pull out of the parking lot. He pulled up to the car and saw a woman who was upset and crying in the passenger seat, police said.

The officer discovered that the woman, a dancer at the bar who goes by the name of "Giselle," was found by a bouncer to be engaged in an unacceptable form of a "lap dance" with Christopher Pond, 33, of Telford, Pa., police said.

Police also learned that it was "Giselle's" first day dancing at the bar.

Pond was the driver of the Oldsmobile, police said.

The woman told Murphy that when the manager told her to put her clothes on and leave the bar, she became agitated and tried to punch the manager, who then attempted to restrain her, police said.

Although "Giselle" claimed that the manager struck her, Murphy did not see any evidence to substantiate the allegation, police said.

Meanwhile, Pond told the patrolman that he was a member of the Pagans motorcycle gang and that he would have his fellow Pagans "come to the bar," police said. Pond added his girlfriend, who was not present, was a police officer.

But as Pond was talking, Murphy smelled alcohol on his breath and started having Pond perform standardized field sobriety tests.

Pond soon refused to continue, placed his hands behind his back without prompting, and told the officers "just arrest me," police said.

Pond was charged with driving while intoxicated and careless driving. He was later released to the custody of his girlfriend, and his vehicle was towed and impounded.

"Giselle," who was not charged, refused Sgt. Thomas DeRosa's assistance and walked to a nearby bar.

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