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Ralph Shortey likes to hang out in motel rooms with teenage boys…

2:35 PM EDT on March 14, 2017

According to a report from NewsOK.com, mouth-breathing State Senator Ralph Shortey – a TLO regular thanks to his mind-numbingly stupid political stances – was busted by Moore police hanging out in a motel room with a teenage boy.

Via NewsOK.com:

Police here are investigating why state Sen. Ralph Shortey was in a hotel room last Thursday with a teenage boy.

Police are reviewing text messages purportedly exchanged between Shortey and the teenager as part of the investigation, The Oklahoman has learned. Police became involved because of concerns raised by a relative of the boy.

Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn confirmed Tuesday he has received an initial briefing about the incident from a Moore police investigator. He said he is awaiting the investigator's final report before deciding whether any criminal charges are warranted.

Shortey, 35, was questioned Monday by Moore police, the prosecutor said.

That's interesting. I'm sure he was just there to show the boy his gun collection or something harmless like that...

This is a breaking news story. We'll have more details tomorrow. In the meantime, follow the advice from Phil Cross before tossing out accusations...

https://twitter.com/philsnews/status/841792571122831360

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