Police Report Spells Out Bob Allen Arrest

“It it was agreed that he would pay me $20.00 in order to perform a “blow job” on me.”

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Florida Republican representative and John McCain campaigner Bob Allen claims that he wasn’t trolling for sex at Space View Park, but the arresting officer’s police report suggest otherwise.

PageOneQ obtained a copy of that report, which we’ve transcribed – grammatical errors and all – after the jump…

On 11 July 2007 at approximately 1533 hours I was conducting a plain clothes investigation in the area of 10 Broad Street (Space View Park). I observed a while male driving a silver 4-door Toyota pull into the driveway which is a roundabout twice within a matter of moments.

I recall this because I was conducting a surveillance in attempt to capture a burglar in a nearby condominium and I was concerned about counter-surveillance.

I walked out of the park ad when I returned I observed that the while male, later identified as Robert Allen, had parked his car on the side of Broad Street and had entered the park on foot. As I walked back to the park I observed Allen walk into the the men’s restroom. I sat down next to two other plain clothes officers in the park. I then observed Allen leave the restroom and walk toward a park bench. I then entered the bathroom to adjust my police radio. On my way out of the restroom I almost bumped into Allen who was on his way into the restroom again. Allen change his course of direction when he saw that I was leaving the restroom and [went] back towards his park bench. I talked with the other officers again and then entered the bathroom and began washing my hands. Allen entered the bathroom behind me and proceeded into the first stall.

I realized that there were no paper towels to dry my hands so I walked in to the handicap stall to dry my hands. As I stood in the stall drying my hands I observed Allen look over the door of my stall and make eye contact with me. Allen then stepped away and then came back to the door and looked in, making eye contact with me again. I said “hey buddy” and Allen said “hi” and then stepped away again. About 5 seconds later Allen pushed open the door to my stall and stepped inside. I was standing against the far wall of the stall. Allen closed the door behind him and stood against it. I said “What’s up” and Allen again said “hi”.

Allen then said “this is kind of a public place isn’t it.” I said, “Do you have somewhere else we can go”. Allen said, “How about across the bridge, it’s quite [sic] over there”. Allen engaged me in conversation in which it was agreed that he would pay me $20.00 in order to perform a “blow job” on me. Allen stated that he wanted to ride with him across the river before he performed the act and gave me the money. Before entering Allen’s vehicle I identified myself as a police officer and detained him.

Sounds pretty clear cut to us. We can’t wait to hear what Allen’s lawyers have to say.