BREAKING THE LAW

Cute Cop Admits To Signing Up Tea Party Leader On Gay Dating and Porn Websites

53aa446968f55.preview-620Okay, okay. So Police Chief Tim Kelemen (pictured) did a bad thing, but we kinda love him for it.

Blond-haired, blue-eyed Kelemen works for the Town of Campbell’s Police Department in Wisconsin. Last Friday, he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of “unlawful use of a computerized communication system.” The officer admitted to signing up Greg Luce, a local Tea Party leader, on naughty gay websites in retaliation to a long-standing feud.

The drama started last fall when Luce and his Tea Party cronies began holding protests on an interstate overpass in Campbell. Concerned the demonstrations were distracting drivers, Kelemen met with the town board to create an ordinance that banned signs on the bridge.

In response, Luce urged fellow Tea Partiers from across the country to bombard Kelemen’s department with harassing phone calls and threats. According to reports, the department received as many as 300 to 400 prank calls a day.

b99198440z.1_20140204214953_000_gme4mb43.1-1Annoyed that his phone was ringing off the hook, Kelemen got back at Luce by using the man’s name, address, phone number, and email address to create accounts on gay dating, pornography, and federal health care websites. He told investigators that he didn’t think what we was doing “was a big deal.”

As a result, Kelemen has been put on temporary paid leave. The terms of his plea deal say that the charges could be dropped in two years if he commits no further crimes and completes counseling as well as 40 hours of community service.

On Friday, Luce told Judge David Rice that the officer is getting away with a “slap on the wrist” and that he believes Kelemen has suffered a psychological breakdown “and should never be allowed to carry a badge and a gun again!”

Hold up. Is a Tea Partier really advocating that someone be stripped of their Second Amendment rights?

He sure is! But it gets better.

Luce also filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging the sign ordinance violates his free speech rights and is demanding damages from Kelemen for stealing his identity.

The moral of the story? We’re not sure there is one. Other than Tea Partiers are crazy and we think we might have a crush on Officer Keleman.