Kelsey Pratt and Trevor Morley are from Breckenridge, a town that knows how to party. Whether the same can be said about the area in and around Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, we frankly don't know. But there appears to have been a disconnect when Pratt and Morley visited there, with the result being schmucky parting gifts no one really wants: a matching set of mug shots.
According to the Hanover Evening Sun, our story took place at the Eisenhower Inn, a hotel in the Gettsburg-area community of Cumberland Township.
Local police arrived around 2 a.m. this past Saturday, October 4, at the report of what's characterized as a loud disturbance.
How loud? Staffers apparently received multiple noise complaints from guests, and no wonder, since Pratt and Morley are said to have broken the door to their room by hitting it over and over again.
At that point, a hotel employee reportedly asked the pair to leave, but they weren't in the mood. Hence, the call to the cops. But even the police presence apparently wasn't enough to convince them to split on their own volition -- and when officers tried to take them into custody, Pratt is accused of committing aggravated assault on the person doing so.
That's not the only beef against them. Pratt and Morley were subsequently transported to Adams County Prison -- yes, "prison," not "jail" -- on suspicion of resisting arrest, defiant trespass, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.
For good measure, Daniel Becker, from nearby Hanover, was also busted on these last two charges. He was allegedly intoxicated and yelling in a hallway when the police turned up.
Apparently that kind of thing is frowned upon in Gettysburg. Here are the old-school booking photos Pratt and Morley received as souvenirs of their visit.