Police: Man Offered Officer $5, Sex To Forget Ticket

Man Faces Bribery, Disorderly Conduct Charges

A man was arrested on charges of bribery and disorderly conduct after he offered money and sex to an Indianapolis police officer in an effort to avoid a citation, investigators said.

Adam Yarbrough, 22, of Indianapolis, was driving a moped erratically on U.S. 31 near East Street on Sunday when a female officer saw him and pulled him over, police said.

The officer determined that Yarbrough's license had been suspended and wrote him a citation for traffic offenses.

Yarbrough first offered cash and then sex for the officer to tear up the ticket, police said.

"How about we call it even and I give you $5 and you just get rid of this ticket and let me go?" Yarbrough was quoted in a police report as saying. "How about I give you a kiss, and well, I haven't had sex in a while, so how about we do that, and then we can just forget the ticket and you just let me go?"

The officer arrested Yarbrough on charges of bribery and disorderly conduct after he yelled sexually explicit remarks to her and refused to comply with a request to be quiet, police said.