This trick, Teresa Jo Burchfield, was allegedly caught in the backseat of a car outside Fauquier County Jail Tuesday. Her companion was a 23-year-old male inmate who was allowed outside the facility as an inmate trustee to do work.
Oh, he did trusty work. He was given a hard ho to row.
Keep reading for the details of this sordid case ...
From the Fauquier Times:
Burchfield, 53, is married to Bobby R. Burchfield, a partner at Washington’s King and Spalding, who was appointed as an independent ethics advisor to the Donald J. Revocable Trust in January.
Burchfield, a longtime Republican attorney, served as counsel to President George W. Bush in the 2000 Florida recount.
Teresa Jo Burchfield was arrested Tuesday afternoon in a parking lot adjacent to the Fauquier County Adult Detention Center after deputies found her in the backseat of a car with an inmate/trustee at the jail, according to sheriff’s office Sgt. James Hartman.
Burchfield and the 23-year-old inmate were having sex in the car, according to a criminal complaint filed at Fauquier County General District Court.
“The defendant was caught in the backseat of her vehicle with an inmate...,” Dept. J. B. Thorpe wrote in Burchfield's criminal complaint. “When the inmate exited the vehicle, he handed me a bag of brown pills (capsules), that he claims to be workout pills.”
After the two were discovered, the inmate, Hartman said, was found in possession of cigarettes, clothes, vitamin supplements and other “unauthorized articles alleged to have been obtained from the female.”
I guess when she told her husband she felt like a prisoner, he misinterpreted.