Iowa man accused of staying in truck stop shower for over four hours
PLYMOUTH, Ind. – An Iowa man was arrested for criminal trespass on Thursday after he allegedly refused to exit a truck stop’s shower stall, the Plymouth Police Department reported.
At 2:12 a.m., police were called to a truck stop in the 2900 block of Gary Drive for a man who refused to leave his shower stall after his paid time slot, according to reports.
Employees told officers the man had been in the shower room for over four hours and refused to open the door.
When officers confronted the man, he allegedly wouldn’t open the door.
Officers had to have an employee unlock the door.
After being asked to leave several more times, the man still refused, reports said.
The man, identified as 36-year-old Skakir Jama Farah of Sioux City, was arrested on the charge of criminal trespass and taken to the Marshall County Jail.