Update: Friday, 7:20 a.m.
Gil Duff was arrested again early Friday morning.
According to the arrest report, Deer Park police found him passed out next to the porch of a residence in the 8100 block of Blue Ash Road.
He was charged with criminal trespassing.
Update: Thursday, 2:30 p.m.
For the third time in nine days, Gil Duff has been arrested.
Only this time, it was slightly different.
Duff was Wednesday at Chamberlain Park on Plainfield Road. This time, he was found sleeping in the men's room, instead of a port-o-let.
According to court documents, police got a call about a man stumbling in the park around 1 p.m. They found him smelling strongly of alcohol with a can of beer in his pocket.
Once again, he has been arrested for disorderly conduct while intoxicated. And, once again, the charge was amended to a misdemeanor.
Update: Tuesday, noon:
Gil Duff appeared in court on Monday morning, where he pled guily to lesser, misdemeanor charges and was released.
Update: Monday, 2:45 p.m.
Gil Duff, 45, the man accused of being drunk and asleep in a Port-o-Let last week, has been arrested again for the exact same thing.
A deputy found Duff early Monday morning in the the same park, sleeping and intoxicated inside of a port-o-potty.
According to the police report, Duff was "passed out and extremely intoxicated." He has been charged with disorderly conduct while intoxicated.
Duff has been warned several times to stay away from the park.
A Hamilton County sheriff's deputy on patrol Bechtold Park in Sycamore Township found an odd sight when he heard snoring coming from a Port-o-let on Tuesday.
According to police documents, the deputy knocked on the door to no answer and found Gil Duff, 45, sitting on the port-o-potty, fast asleep, with his pants up and a can of beer at his side. The deputy noted that Duff smelled strongly of alcohol.
Duff has been charged with criminal trespassing and public intoxication.
Police say Duff was cited the day before this arrest for possessing an open container violation in Bechtold Park. He was advised that he is no longer welcome in Sycamore Township parks.