Thursday, December 01, 2005

Vikings' Sex Boat Update II

This came from today's Star Tribune. Charges could be coming in the Vikings' Sex Boat case. Stay tuned to RM as this develops.

Detectives submit Vikings boat party report to prosecutor

Detectives on Wednesday handed a prosecutor an inch-thick file on a boat party held by Vikings players that allegedly included strippers and sex acts.

Prosecutor Steve Tallen said he is reviewing the file to decide whether anyone should be charged with a misdemeanor in the Oct. 6 party on Lake Minnetonka.

Employees of a charter boat company have identified 17 players among the approximately 90 guests on two party boats. The company's attorney has said players participated in lewd behavior.

Tallen is the prosecuting attorney for the Lake Minnetonka Conservation District, which handles nonfelony crimes committed on the lake.

Unless further investigation is needed, a decision could come next week, Tallen said.
Hennepin County sheriff's detectives conducted the investigation. They did not submit the case for felony charges, a spokesman for the county attorney's office said. (Source:
Star Tribune, Dec. 1, 2005)


At 11:03 AM, Blogger Toby said...

I like that I don't have to read the Strib anymore on their site since you seem to reprint most of their articles here... :)


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