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Over the years, police calls about naked teens, reckless driving and trespassing start coming in beginning in May and lasting for about a month or so. According to Oak Creek police reports, a resident in the block of E. Parkway Estates Drive called authorities on the night of May 1, saying that there were two naked teens outside in the area.
When police responded to the area, they found the two teens each holding water guns, using them to shield their naked bodies. When officers questioned the two teens as to what they possibly could be doing, they responded that the were playing the game "water wars.
According to reports, the two girls were promptly given their clothing back, and were transported to the Oak Creek police department for booking on suspicion of disorderly conduct. The two teens were told by authorities that they would be cited by mail. Both girls were then turned over to their parents for the evening. About a week ago, a group of teens told police they weren't playing Water Wars games after police say they were caught in the area of Carollton Elementary School driving recklessly — with squirt guns.
According to police reports, a person who lives near Carollton Elementary School called police just after 9 p. A year ago in May , Oak Creek police pulled over a young driver in the area of S. Shepard Ave. Fitzsimmons Rd. Police say the responding officer asked the driver why he was driving so many times in the area, to which he replied, "I'd better not say, it's a school thing. Paranoia involves trying to get the clothing of opposing team members wet with water - usually using large squirt guns.
If someone from another team gets another's clothes wet, the wet person is out of the game. This is not a school-sanctioned event," police said. If you follow the logic of the game down its inevitable path, if a player is not wearing clothing, they are always safe, "which le to some of the community issues that may arise," police said. The risk might outweigh the reward, however.
To request removal of your name from an arrest report, submit these required items to arrestreports patch. Scott Anderson , Patch Staff. Water Wars involves getting your opponent's clothing wet and documenting the score. Image Via Shutterstock. Find out what's happening in Oak Creek with free, real-time updates from Patch.
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