This Penske brother mess is all over the news here in the Detroit area for obvious reasons. Roger keeps a home the very affluent suburb of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and Roger also owns several new car dealerships in the Detroit area, and Roger is always on the news getting credit for trying to turn Detroit around even though they never really say what Roger is doing to help Detroit.
Any way, I by no means claim to know the in and outs of country club life, but what they said on the news this evening is neither of the brothers are charged with "assault and battery" even though both women claim the brothers grab them, and shoved them, but the women aren't pressing charges. I'm sure they'll have their day in civil court, $$$$$. Jay is not charged with "urinating in public" because I guess the police didn't witness this, and the woman also isn't pressing charges against Jay for him peeing on her boots. According the news the only thing the Penske brothers are charged with is "unlawful breaking and entering" because neither brother has a country club membership. Here's where it gets confusing. How do you break into a country club bar, and drink all evening into the wee hours of the morning? I could understand being charged with "trespassing", but I don't get the "breaking and entering" charge.
Here's the other thing that's confusing. According to what I've seen on the news Roger owns an oceanside home in Nantucket. Forbes.com has Roger worth 1.4 billion, and his son, Jay, worth 60 million. Wouldn't you think this Nantucket Country Club would work something out with Roger and Jay behind closed doors over a good bottle of Scotch? I don't get the country club pursuing charges? It seems like there's more to this story. Maybe the country club invited Roger and his wife to join, and Roger joined a rival country club in the area. I just don't get it?