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Deputy investigating report finds truck full of naked people

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A Lancaster County sheriff's deputy investigating a suspicious vehicle report early on Feb. 18 got an all-nude revue instead.

Chief Deputy Bill Jarrett said the deputy was investigating the report when he saw a truck matching the description near 140th and West A streets at about 2:25 a.m.

As he approached the vehicle, Jarrett said, the deputy noticed a strong smell of alcohol coming from the cab of the truck. In the pickup's bed, the deputy found an assortment of clothes and a partially empty case of Busch Light.

And up front, Jarrett said, were two men and two women -- all four naked.

Jarrett said the deputy asked what the four were doing.

"Well, I think we're getting in trouble," one said, according to a sheriff's office report.

The driver, 32, was arrested on suspicion of third-offense driving under the influence, an open alcohol container violation, not wearing a seat belt and overloading the front seat of a vehicle.

The other man, 22, and two women, ages 36 and 31, were not cited, Jarrett said.

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