11/19/2015 – OKC, OK — Doing things together as a couple is very important to a long and loving marriage – And a weekend getaway to Oklahoma City’s Bricktown Canal District can be a wonderful way to rekindle the relationship…. There’s a plethora of mediocre places to eat, a romantic stroll along the canal, a completely overhyped bowling alley, and laser tag and mini golf at Brickopolis. But, according to court records, a Cache couple in town for the weekend decided to enjoy Bricktown in a way you probably won’t see featured in any glossy brochures…
According to court records, around 8 p.m. last March, a husband and wife staying at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bricktown responded to what they thought was an ad for prostitution on Backpage.com
In reality, the ad had been posted by members of the Oklahoma City Police Department’s Vice Unit.
The faux hoe agreed to meet the couple around 9:30 p.m. at the Bricktown hotel.
According to court records, after the female undercover officer arrived, the husband negotiated a price of $150 so that he could have sex with the undercover officer and another $150 for the undercover officer to engage in oral sex with his wife.
The female undercover officer then gave the takedown signal – which we are going to pretend was “Ewww, God, No!” – and the swinger couple from Cache was taken into custody.
Both were released from the Oklahoma County Jail after posting a $500 bond.
The couple has since been identified as Dusty Don Young and Crystal Gail Young – both listed as 35-years-old and living in the 800 block of N. 5th in Cache.
Apparently the Oklahoma County DA’s office is into April Fool’s jokes because on April 1st they filed felony criminal charges against the Young’s for offering to engage in an act of prostitution/lewdness.
Those charges though were dismissed by the DA’s office this past June.
Unfortunately for the Young’s, the DA’s office refiled the criminal charges in July – this time however as only misdemeanors.
Just yesterday Dusty and Crystal Young appeared before Oklahoma County Judge Russell Hall and both pleaded guilty to their crimes.
The couple received deferred sentences (2-years supervised), a $100 fine, court costs and were ordered to obtain a health check.