Chickasha woman's boyfriend alledgedly shares too much information 

Some guys like to brag to their girlfriends about their past exploits. Usually it's ill-advised " but especially when the implied incident allegedly was with the girlfriend's mom, as one guy found out in Chickasha.


According to the Chickasha Express-Star, Minco Police Chief Gus Handke recently responded to a call from a trailer park on reports that a woman there was clobbering a truck with a baseball bat.


When the chief arrived, according to the story, he found Paula Ann Clark in front of a trailer, and asked her who owned the pickup. She responded it was her boyfriend's, and that he was in the wheeled residential domicile, according to the affidavit.


As Handke approached the home, cries of help reportedly emanated, according to the story. Inside, he discovered James A. Wigley (yes, apparently his actual name), tied spread-eagled to the four corners of the bed, sporting only his Skivvies, the Express-Star reported. Handke noted in the story that the man's chest, face and hair had an orange discoloration, indicating he'd been zapped with pepper spray. So, Handke reportedly cracked out his pocketknife to free the man.


There the tale grows. According to the story, Clark allegedly told the officer that her would-be lothario might have spoken of a past triumph among the womenfolk.


"Ms. Clark told me that Mr. Wigley implied through his comments that he had been intimate with her mother in the past," Handke said in the affidavit. "Ms. Clark told me that she was driven by the comments and promised Mr. Wigley 'It's going to be wild' when she lashed him to the bed."


Oh, yeah, it was wild. After allegedly tying Wigley to the bed, Clark left the bedroom and returned to douse him with pepper spray.


"Ms. Clark told me that she thought about assaulting Mr. Wigley with the baseball bat, but was worried she would end up in prison if she did," Handke said.


Instead, the story explained, Clark allegedly took it out on the pickup.


According to the story, police allowed Clark to take prescription medication for "a pre-existing emotional condition," then ferried her to the Grady County Jail.


Clark faces misdemeanor charges of domestic abuse and malicious property destruction, per the story. After an appearance in district court, her bond was set at five grand, but she remained in the county jail, the Express-Star reported.

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