Sheriff Mark Luttrell only recently dropped his investigation of the MPD Enforcer, a Memphis-based website critical of local law enforcement and operated by "Dirk Diggler." Now Luttrell is investigating a website run by a local adult star who's been doing an unsolicited one-woman PR campaign for the department.
Jacqueline McKee, the nude model known as Sexy Jacky, became notorious after recently posting photos of herself frolicking at a popular Bartlett playground. She's now appearing on the front page of her website wearing nothing but the uniform top of a sheriff's deputy and a revolver.
"After receiving the information, we determined the model is not an employee of the Sheriff's Office," Luttrell told News Channel 5, adding that the department is most concerned with how the skinful starlet obtained an officer's uniform complete with official patches.
According to news reports, McKee's gun "was not a service weapon used by deputies." Having viewed the photos, Fly on the Wall's senior porn expert, Chris Davis, determined that it was, however, a serviced weapon.
In vaguely related news, 10 Memphis Police Department patches are currently on eBay with a starting bid of $6.99.
According to a UPI report out of East Tennessee, a man who'd gotten himself stuck in an exhaust vent at the Knoxville Museum of Art told police that he had made a grave error.
Richard Anthony Smith said he climbed into the vent hoping to defuse a nuclear bomb that Soviet spies had hidden in a cow sculpture. He said he was working as a special agent for the U.S. Illuminati, who have since instructed him that the bomb wasn't in Knoxville after all. According to Smith, the dreaded Soviet cow sculpture nuke was actually hidden in a museum in Memphis.