Skip to comments.JCSO: Woman stripped off clothes, broke into ambulance after taking meth [Fl]
Posted on 01/14/2019 12:07:38 PM PST by Red Badger
ALFORD The Jackson County Sheriffs Office arrested an Alford woman last week after she allegedly stripped off her clothes and broke into a parked ambulance after taking methamphetamine, according to a release.
Devon Toole, 23, was charged with burglary of a conveyance on Jan. 8 and was transported to Jackson County Correctional Facility.
The situation began on Park Avenue in Alford where JCSO received a call about a woman taking her clothes off and barking in the street. They then received information that shed entered a Jackson County Fire and Rescue ambulance parked at its station and switched on the emergency lights. Deputies located Toole inside the ambulance and observed the female to be disoriented, confused, and exhibiting signs of being under the influence of a mind altering or intoxicating substance, and had taken items from the ambulance. According to the release, Toole identified herself and admitted to being under the influence of methamphetamine.
Well, it is Flori-duh.
Florida - Check.
Meth - Check.
1970s trailer home? - ___________
Well, at least she wasn’t riding around a Mal-Mart parking lot in a fat-cart drinking wine from a Pringles can!
And, her name was Toole.
If the shoe fits, wear it!
Where people flee to from the armpit of America!
"..??..she found the gate!"
Guilty as charged!
That’s not guilty for an hour or two
LOL Black Cat was last before he passed on the inside with a nice block
Just being herself.
No doubt not the speciment or species you would prefer seeing do this.
Looks a LOT older than 23.
I live across the street from county EMT headquarters.
Gonna have to keep a sharp lookout from now on..............
LOL...Made my day! 😁
White paws has four paw drive....the gray, bad under steer
Alas, the women who typically strip off their clothes after getting high or drunk usually aren’t the ones that you want to see naked.
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