Man accused of not paying at gym; it was a futile exercise


A person was arrested at a Maricopa health club Monday afternoon after he walked previous the entrance desk and started to work out within the weight room regardless of not having a membership, Maricopa police mentioned. 

Based on police: 

Brian D. Simmons, 39, faces fees of legal trespass and theft of providers. Simmons was booked into Pinal County Sheriff’s Workplace jail. 

At about 7:40 p.m., police had been dispatched to the Copper Sky Fitness center complicated concerning a grievance about Simmons, who officers say beforehand had trespassed on the property on March 19. 

Upon officers’ arrival, a staffer suggested them that Simmons had walked previous the entrance desk with out paying and was seen taking part in a health club class for paid health club members. 

Officers contacted Simmons within the weight room, when he was arrested. Simmons instructed officers that he believed {that a} six-month suspension imposed on him earlier within the 12 months had been lifted, and that he was allowed again. Simmons didn’t give officers an evidence for his getting into the power with out paying, when he knew fee was required. Simmons instructed officers that the employees didn’t ask him to pay, so he simply walked in.