This was the complaint. Now whether or not you find merit in the complaint - it is what it is and it may mean nothing to you personally. However, ff this behavior is a statutory offense, the police had to deal with it based on the complaints.An eyewitness who saw Daniele and Brian as he worked in a nearby office tells TMZ ... Brian was sitting in the passenger seat with his feet on the curb and Daniele was straddling him with her shirt pulled up -- breasts exposed. The eyewitness says she was grinding on top of him, rocking back and forth.
Someone from the office went down and asked Daniele and Brian to stop because everyone in the office could see them but they continued.
This stop was predicated on the report of criminal activity taking place. It's a subtle difference but since a crime was actually reported it's no longer a Terry Stop. Since it was an investigation of possible criminal activity the cop had every right (and an obligation) to identify the suspects. If, after investigating, he found no reason for arrest he could let everyone go but while he was investigating any refusal of the suspects to identify themselves should be considered to be obstruction.
I have zero sympathy for her. SHE made the big deal about it. Not the cop. She was a suspect in a crime. Innocent or guilty if you are asked for ID, you show it. If you don't, you are still a suspect. You get to go to jail.
I have a little bit of a problem with becoming the sort of place where a cop can walk up to anybody for any reason and ask to see their "papers." I don't want to live in a police state.