Kevin Gaylor, 24-year old man from Colorado Springs, invited a woman he met on Craigslist to come to his house after 3am, but little did he realize that his wife would also come home without warning. So, as any “intelligent” man, he called 911 when the other woman, from Craigslist, showed up – reporting her as an armed burglar.
When police arrived, they found a college student in her early 20s sitting in a truck in front of Gaylor’s apartment along with the man who had driven her there. The two had traveled more than an hour from Denver in the snowy weather.
“She said [she] called [Gaylor] that night to say, ‘Hey, it’s snowing hard’ but he still wanted her to come,” said Miller.
The two had met on Craigslist, according to police reports, and had been corresponding for two weeks on Facebook and over the phone.
But when the co-ed arrived at Gaylor’s door, Miller said he turned her away. “I guess he got nervous, because his wife came home and he needed to get rid of [the college student].”
Gaylor’s wife had arrived home just moments before the girl showed up — “almost instantaneously,” Miller said.
But the college student didn’t give up that easily.
“She wouldn’t leave, she stayed out there,” Miller said.
Police knocked on Gaylor’s door, and he answered, speaking “very, very softly like he didn’t want anyone to know,” Miller said, telling police to “just get rid of her.”
The officers asked if anyone else was home and “he said my wife is here but I didn’t want her to know anything,” Miller said.
The disappointed college student told police she “had no idea he was married,” Miller added, and said she had spoken to Gaylor for four hours before arriving.
Gaylor was charged with a misdemeanor for false reporting to authorities. He will have to pay a fine and even get jail time, but highly unlikely.