Six senior citizens have been arrested after they were allegedly caught having sex in a Connecticut woodland.
Police say they busted the elderly residents getting hot and heavy at Grace Richardson Conservation area in Fairfield last week, during a police crackdown on public hookups in the area.
The CT Post identified the locals as Daniel Dobbins, 67; Otto D. Williams, 62; Charles L. Ardito, 75; John Linartz, 62; Richard Butler, 82 and his wife Joyce Butler, 85.
All six of the elderly citizens - five men and one woman - were arrested and charged with breach of peace.
Dobbins and Linartz have additionally been charged with public indecency.
Six senior citizens have been arrested after they were allegedly caught having sex at Grace Richardson Conservation in Fairfield (pictured) last week
All six of those arrested have been released and will appear in court at a later date.
Authorities decided to increase surveillance on the Grace Richardson Conservation following complaints about 'lewd and sexual activity' taking place in the vicinity earlier this month.
On August 9, concerned citizens called the cops to report a public hookup happening in the wooded area.
The CT Times reports that the Grace Richardson Conservation is listed online as a popular spot for public sex.
John Linartz (left) and and Daniel Dobbins (right) are two of the six who have been arrested. They have additionally been charged with public indecency
The park has been advertised on at least one 'City Hookup Guide' as a meet-up spot, alongside other Fairfield locations including a commuter parking lot and a local McDonald's.
Police say they will continue to monitor those sites, as well as internet listings, in order to keep public spaces 'appropriate and safe'.
According to the CT Post, Dobbins has previously been charged with second-degree breach of peace by Connecticut police
Witnesses said they spotted a him walking around a park naked, before police found him inside his car 'with his shirt and shorts draped over him and no underwear'.
Charles L. Ardito and Otto Williams were also allegedly busted during the woodland romp. Photographs of Richard Butler, 82 and his wife Joyce Butler, 85, were not available
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