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Things to keep in mind during your next stay at the Marriott West in Pewaukee, WI!

Things to keep in mind during your next stay at the Marriott West in Pewaukee, WI!

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Old Aug 16, 06, 1:42 pm
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Talking Things to keep in mind during your next stay at the Marriott West in Pewaukee, WI!

Police were called to the Marriott West hotel, W231-N1600 Corporate Court, at 3:49 a.m. Aug. 8 because a woman was pounding on a hotel room door and yelling that her uncle, Russell, abducted a child and would not let her in the room.

She was in the lobby when police arrived. She later told police that the man in the room wasn't really her uncle but a friend of her father. She "talked in circles, was evasive and didn't completely answer my questions," police said. One officer stayed in the lobby with the woman.

Two officers went to the room and could hear movements inside but no one answered the door. With guns drawn, the officers used the hotel's pass key and entered the room.

A man identified as R. Luce, 41, of California, put his hands in the air and invited the officers inside. There was no one else in the room. Luce denied any contact with Anderson or any child. Police found a phone book in his room open to the page advertising escort services. He admitted that after he checked into the room about 2 a.m., he called "just for some company." The woman was supposed to arrive about 2:30 a.m.

Luce told police that he waited for an hour for the woman then fell asleep. When she was pounding on the door, he never let her inside, he told police. "I'll never do that again," he said to police.

http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=483377

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Old Aug 16, 06, 8:16 pm
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Originally Posted by HeHateY
Police were called to the Marriott West hotel, W231-N1600 Corporate Court, at 3:49 a.m. Aug. 8 because a woman was pounding on a hotel room door and yelling that her uncle, Russell, abducted a child and would not let her in the room.

She was in the lobby when police arrived. She later told police that the man in the room wasn't really her uncle but a friend of her father. She "talked in circles, was evasive and didn't completely answer my questions," police said. One officer stayed in the lobby with the woman.

Two officers went to the room and could hear movements inside but no one answered the door. With guns drawn, the officers used the hotel's pass key and entered the room.

A man identified as R. Luce, 41, of California, put his hands in the air and invited the officers inside. There was no one else in the room. Luce denied any contact with Anderson or any child. Police found a phone book in his room open to the page advertising escort services. He admitted that after he checked into the room about 2 a.m., he called "just for some company." The woman was supposed to arrive about 2:30 a.m.

Luce told police that he waited for an hour for the woman then fell asleep. When she was pounding on the door, he never let her inside, he told police. "I'll never do that again," he said to police.

http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=483377
Not uncommon for any hotel regardless of chain or location

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Old Aug 16, 06, 11:55 pm
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I suspect the definition of falling asleep in this case is very similar to passing out in many others.
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