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Argument in bike store results in woman’s arrest

October 14th, 2009 Posted in Opinion

By Benjamin Wood

LOGAN —After a dispute at a local bike shop, a Logan woman was issued a citation for disorderly conduct.

Brenda Sun, 47, became involved in an argument Thursday with Joyride Bikes owner Kory Pitcher regarding payment for services offered at the shop. Lieutenant Rod Peterson of Logan City Police Department said Pitcher asked Sun to leave the shop
a number of times but Sun refused. Sun then warned Pitcher that she would call the police and Pitcher proceeded to contact LCPD.

“I’m sure he was concerned about his other customers,” Peterson said, adding that the woman’s yelling was loud enough to be heard on the line while Pitcher called dispatchers.

Upon realizing that officers were en route, Peterson said, Sun left the store but later arrived at police headquarters attempting to have Pitcher charged with intimidation, saying that during their argument Pitcher had hit his desk while asking her to
leave the store.

According to the police report provided by Peterson, while at poolice headquarters Sun admitted to being asked to leave and to acting in a disorderly manner.

“Even her side of the story is clearly a violation of the disorderly conduct statute,” Peterson said.

Peterson said Sun’s claims did not warrant charges against Pitcher. Sun was cited while at police headquarters, and will be given a date to appear in court

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  1. One Response to “Argument in bike store results in woman’s arrest”

  2. By shop on Dec 9, 2009

    She wasn’t too smart was she… Guess she got what she deserved.

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