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Police: Late night visitor pees on man, throws potted plant

TARPON SPRINGS — After hearing a knock, a 54-year-old man opened his apartment door late Friday to a wet surprise: A visitor stood there urinating.

The visitor, 55-year-old James Schoenleber, continued to relieve himself onto the man's feet, Tarpon Springs police said.

Schoenleber came to the apartment complex on U.S. 19 N at about 10:45 p.m., officers said. After peeing on the man while cursing, he threw a potted plant against the front door.

It's unclear if the men knew each other.

Schoenleber, whose permanent address is in New York, was arrested on charges of battery and criminal mischief. He was released from the Pinellas County Jail on bail early Saturday.

Police: Late night visitor pees on man, throws potted plant 08/31/13 [Last modified: Saturday, August 31, 2013 10:29pm]
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