A Pilot's Pilot?

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    Heard this on the news today although it happened a few months ago. The helicopter the police used was using its heat-seeking equipment to find them!!!

    Naked man, friend arrested after tryst - Midstate PA Local News, Weather, Sports Entertainment - PennLive.com

    Naked man, friend arrested after tryst
    by FRANK COZZOLI, The Patriot-News
    Monday May 19, 2008, 11:41 AM

    A man who was wearing only a wrist watch and flip-flops when he was taken into custody late Sunday after a helicopter search in Lower Swatara Township, Dauphin County, is a pilot for Pinnacle Airlines Inc., township police said. Jeffrey Paul Bradford, 24, who listed an address of Moon Twp. in suburban Pittsburgh, was arraigned today before District Judge Michael Smith on charges of indecent exposure, open lewdness, public drunkeness, loitering and prowling at night and disorderly conduct. Adrianna Grace Connor, 24, of Belleville, Mich., who police said is a flight attendant for the airline, was arraigned on charges of theft from a motor vehicle, public drunkeness and loitering and prowling at night. Smith set bail for both suspects at $10,000. A preliminary hearing is set for May 30 at 2 p.m.

    Police were called to the 100 block of Richardson Road around 9:30 p.m. Sunday after township Fire Chief Robert Furlong heard noises outside his home and found an intoxicated woman inside the department's Chevrolet Tahoe, arrest documents state.

    That woman, later identified as Connor, was holding a flashlight that belongs to Furlong, police said. Connor, who was described as highly intoxicated, told police there was a man in the woods who was naked.

    Connor said she and Bradford had been at a diner along Eisenhower Boulevard and were walking to their motel room when they decided to stop in the woods for sexual contact, the documents state.

    Bradford then left the area, naked, police said. Bradford's clothing, except for his sandals, was found in the woods behind Furlong's house, police said. Police searched the area on foot until about shortly before midnight when the state police helicopter arrived.

    Minutes later, a woman who lives nearby in the 300 block of Summit Ridge called 911 to report a naked man came out from behind her parked car and asked her for a pair of shorts, police said.

    Police said they found Bradford a few minutes later hiding behind a shed.

    Officials from Pinnacle Airlines could not be reached for comment. During Bradford's arraignment, he told the judge he'd been a pilot for Pinnacle for 3½ years. Connor told the judge she'd worked for the airline for about a year.

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