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Send your rejection number and we will post it! Over 70 such occurrences were reported in 30 U. On October 31, 2006, Stewart was acquitted of all charges in the Mount Washington case. He was suspected of, but never charged with, having made other, similar scam calls. Most of the calls were made to fast-food restaurants, but a few were made to grocery stores.

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A caller who identified himself as a police officer or other authority figure would contact a manager or supervisor and would solicit their help in detaining a female employee or customer who was suspected of a crime. He would provide a description of the suspect, which the manager would recognize, and he would then ask the manager to search the suspected woman. Two calls were reported in 1992: one in Devils Lake, North Dakota and another in Fallon, Nevada. The caller had convinced her that the customer was a “suspected sex offender” and that the manager, serving as bait, would enable undercover police officers to arrest him. On January 26, 2003, an Applebee’s assistant manager subjected a waitress to a 90-minute strip search after receiving a collect call from someone who purported to be a regional manager for Applebee’s. The cashier was forced to undress and pose in various positions as part of the search.

In March 2004, a female customer at a Taco Bell in Fountain Hills, Arizona, was strip-searched by a manager who had received a call from a man claiming to be a police officer. According to assistant manager Donna Summers, the caller identified himself as a policeman, “Officer Scott. The caller gave Summers a vague description of a slightly built young white woman with blonde hair, who was suspected of theft. The “police officer” demanded that Ogborn be searched at the restaurant because no officers were available at the moment to handle such a minor matter. Ogborn was brought into an office and ordered to remove her clothes, which Summers then placed in a bag and took to her car, as instructed.