Columbus, OH - Alan D. Patton, a 59-year-old drinker of young boy’s piss, is back in custody after violating his probation. He is accused of repeatedly calling, harassing and threatening his probation officer.
Patton also reportedly tested positive for methamphetamine use. For this, Municipal Judge David P. Sunderman has ordered him back to the Delaware County jail where he is being held without bail.
The probation that Patton is serving is part of a sentence in February when Patton was accused of collecting young boys’ urine in a Burger King toilet with the intent to drink it.
Have it your way, Alan…
Patton has a long and distiguished history with Ohio Law Enforcement – with a criminal record dating to 1978. His charges include voyeurism, public indecency, criminal mischief and rape – all apparently related to an admitted urine fetish.
In 1993, Patton was arrested for fondling boys while trying to collect urine at the Magic Mountain Fun Center. He was designated a sex offender when convicted in that case and served nearly five years in prison.
In 2006, Patton told Gahanna, Ohio police that he suffered from urophilia – a sexual fetish involving urine. He reportedly told police that drinking boys’ urine made him feel like he was “drinking their youth.” At that time according to written accounts, Patton told police that he had collected as many as 15 “samples” in one night.
In 2009, he was caught collecting urine at SportsOhio in Dublin, Ohio. After only being able to be charged with – and convicted of – criminal mischief, state lawmakers wrote a law specifically with Patton in mind. The new law made it a first-degree misdemeanor to collect any bodily substances without consent and for nonmedical purposes.
But after the Burger King incident this year, Judge Sunderman acquitted him of that charge.
At that time, an off-duty deputy sheriff who was at the Burger King testified that Patton had clogged the toilets with toilet paper and seat-liners with the intent to collect urine. Although acknowledging that Patton’s behavior was ‘bizarre,’ the judge said no evidence was presented that Patton was attempting to collect urine. The judge, instead, found him guilty of – you guessed it – criminal mischief.
Patton was sentenced to 30 days in jail and five years of house arrest. He was also forbidden from using public restrooms and ordered to wear a GPS device. It was a complaint about the GPS unit that reportedly angered Patton this past week and prompted the repeated calls and threats to the probation department.
A hearing will be held August 26th to determine if Patton will be returned to house arrest or be incarcerated.
There is no other way to say it. You’re in trouble, Alan. You’re in big trouble…