WOODWARD — The Woodward County sheriff said he has no plans to investigate an incident involving a naked woman at a charity golf tournament last month.
“We haven't had anybody come in and make a report,” Sheriff Gary Stanley said Wednesday. “Somebody would need to come in and make a report ... We don't have a victim.”
Stanley said he wasn't at the tournament at the Boiling Springs Golf Course and that none of his staff members were either.
“We don't have any idea what went on,” he said. “I don't know who saw her. Right now it's just all rumors.”
Elks Lodge No. 1355 hosted the fundraiser for the lodge's annual rodeo. One of the volunteers stripped naked as part of a putting green challenge, though she was not asked to do so, Elks rodeo chairman Neal Day said.
The incident upset city leaders, Woodward City Manager Alan Riffel said earlier.
“It's a topic of concern around the community,” Riffel said.
The city of Woodward took over the golf course in October, Riffel said. Repairs were made to the course, which reopened in April.
It's leased for $1 a year to an outside firm, JCLA Enterprises.