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      Overly affectionate couple caused crash

      Overly affectionate couple caused crash, man argues
      By JEFF ECKHOFF
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      July 26, 2006



      A married couple's poorly timed affection led to a wrecked Honda, a hit-and-run accident and "sustained permanent injuries" to the victimized driver, according to a Polk County lawsuit filed Monday.

      Court papers filed on behalf of Garrett Sapp blame Christopher Garton, a manager at a Des Moines auto dealership, for a 2004 collision in the 5400 block of University Avenue in West Des Moines.

      According to the lawsuit and West Des Moines police records, Garton and his wife were "engaged in oral sexual relations" on July 25, 2004, when Garton attempted to pull his 2005 Toyota Sequoia into a parking lot.

      He ended up turning in front of Sapp's 1998 Honda Accord, triggering the collision.

      Court papers say Garton initially agreed to exchange information at a nearby convenience store, but he instead drove through the parking lot and away.

      Police Lt. James Barrett said witnesses spotted the dealer license plate from Toyota of Des Moines, where Garton currently is listed as a supervisor. Garton eventually turned himself in.

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      I've been in Des Moines. There's not much to do.

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      Wasn't a "Bobbit" deal, I hope.

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      I wonder if he will replace the Toyota with a Hummer.

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      :smt044 :smt044 :smt044 :smt044 :smt044 :smt044 :smt044 :smt044 :smt044 :smt044

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      Quote Originally Posted by Maximo
      I wonder if he will replace the Toyota with a Hummer.
      "Rim shot" for Max...... :smt003

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      Quote Originally Posted by Maximo
      I wonder if he will replace the Toyota with a Hummer.

      LOL!!!!! I think they already did!!!!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by rustycompass
      "Rim shot" for Max...... :smt003
      Now THAT was a cheap shot..........

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      Don't ya' just hate it when that happens?

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