KEYSTONE — A father was "shocked" last weekend when a local deputy called asking whether his son was having a sex change operation, according to a report from the Summit County Sheriff's Office.
The trouble started when a woman was caught at Keystone Resort trying to use the ski pass of a man named Daniel. When asked for a date of birth, she complied but "was slow to recall it," according to the report.
The woman claimed to be in the middle of a sex change.
The deputy asked for the parents' phone number and the woman gave it to them. Daniel's father answered and said he knew nothing of a sex change. He also called the Summit County Communication Center to verify that the deputy was legitimate. an hour later, the Keystone supervisor told the deputy there was a phone number on Daniel's ski pass file. The deputy called the number and Daniel answered, informing the deputy that he had given the pass to his girlfriend, Wanda.
The woman spoke with Daniel then told the deputy that she was actually Wanda.
She was arrested and booked on charges of theft of more than $500 and criminal impersonation.