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Boulder, Colo. (AP) Five more people cited with running down Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall on Halloween night wearing nothing but pumpkins on their heads have accepted plea agreements.
That brings to six the number of people cited in the 10th Naked Pumpkin Run who have agreed to plead guilty to disorderly conduct and accept a six-month deferred sentence.
A total of 12 people were charged in the Oct. 31 run, a tradition that involves pumpkin carving, alcohol and a late-night naked run down the mall. All 12 originally faced indecent exposure charges, which would have required them to register as sex offenders.
Assistant district attorney David cheval said last week that all dozen people likely would be offered the same plea deal, but it is up to them to accept it.