Man answers Mesa police knock with pants down


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Police said a man answered the door with his pants around his ankles when an officer followed up on a complaint that he had previously exposed himself to a mother and her children.

The woman was outside her apartment near Broadway and Lindsay roads with her 8- and 10-year-old children about 5 p.m. Sunday when they told police they saw a man pull his jeans down to his ankles. He was not wearing any underwear and began wiggling his hips, court records state.

She called police to report the man, who she described as White and in his 50s. The man was wearing a blue shirt with his blue jeans around his ankles as he stood in front of an apartment, police records state.

When police arrived and knocked on the door, Michael Polley, 55, answered the door with his pants still around his ankles and was "immediately angry," according to records.

Police said Polley went into the stairwell and began shouting expletives at the officer, telling him to get away, records state. The woman and her children were standing under the stairwell and also began calling to the officer, saying "that's him!"

According to records, Polley ran back to his doorway, but continued shouting at the officer.

The officer informed Polley he was under arrest and asked him to step outside, but Polley refused. The officer then called for backup as Polley tried to slam the door on him.

However, the officer was able to stop the door and grabbed Polley's arm. Records state Polley violently tried to push the officer away.

When another officer arrived at the apartment, each officer held on to one of Polley's arms. One officer was able to get the handcuff on Polley's left wrist, but Polley tensed his shoulders and would not allow the cuffs near his right arm.

The officers were able to arrest him after a struggle.

Court records did not indicate whether Polley was asked to put his pants on again before he attempted to resist arrest.

Polley faces possible charges of indecent exposure and resisting arrest.

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When police arrived and knocked on the door, Michael Polley, 55, answered the door with his pants still around his ankles and was "immediately angry," according to records.

I wonder why? :D

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