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Among those caught in the sweep, the Daily Times reported, were Don Corley, 70, pastor of Bible Baptist Shepherd Church in Farmington, arrested on a public-nuisance charge on Friday afternoon; Alan Nelson, 66, an instructor at San Juan Community College, who was charged with being a public nuisance at his arrest on Saturday; and Farmington businessman Donovan Heath, 64, who was arrested Friday on a public-nuisance charge.
Corley's family said in a statement released Monday that they were "greatly devastated by the sin which has come to light," acknowledging that their "father and grandfather lived a double life," and that Corley had reed his position as pastor, the Daily Times said.
The arrests took place during a nearly monthlong investigations after police began receiving complaints from people who witnessed sex acts as they walked in the park and at a nearby school, the Daily Times reported. Police focused on five spots where suspected sexual liaisons took place in and around Boyd Park, including three places littered with discarded boxer shorts, used tissues and used condoms, all within feet of New Haven Christian Academy, the Daily Times said.
Police conducted a trial run in the area on Aug. About two weeks later, with officers freed up from patrolling the Connie Mack World Series and the Western Zone Swimming Championship Meet, police returned to the area with 10 officers and set up hidden video cameras in the suspected sex spots and wired three officers for sound, the paper said. On Friday, six men were arrested between 3 p. Arrest-warrant affidavits told pretty much the same story: An officer sat on a bench or a tree stump or walked along a path and chatted with a man who, in most cases, allegedly offered to engage in sex, either verbally or by touching himself, the Daily Times said.
When the men exposed themselves or grabbed the officer, they were arrested, according to the arrest reports.
Police said they were releasing the information publicly in order to help shut down the so-called sex nooks, the Daily Times said. Sweep nets local pastor, San Juan College instructor, business owner. APD: Pedestrian killed by hit-and-run driver. Albuquerque police are looking for the driver who struck and killed a pedestrian early Saturday….
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