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Pooping in Florida courthouse elevator lands woman in mound of trouble

Patricia Ann Jamison was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant for the crime of nuisance injurious to health.
By Evan Bleier   |   April 2, 2014 at 1:05 PM   |   Comments

April 2 (UPI) -- What a mess…

A Florida woman was arrested last month on the charge of “nuisance injurious to health” after she allegedly defecated in an elevator at a courthouse in Fort Pierce.

Patricia Ann Jamison was identified as the last person in the elevator at the St. Lucie County Courthouse where the feces was found.

According to the St. Lucie County Sheriff, there was "human fecal matter in the corner of the left public elevator by the buttons.”

In footage from the elevator, Jamison allegedly "appears to pull her pants down and back up toward the interior elevator buttons consistent with someone using the bathroom. When the elevator arrived on the first floor the female was seen on camera fixing her pants and pulling her shirt out of her pants as if she pulled her pants up over her shirt.”

After a deputy reviewed security footage and matched it up to a woman who had signed in at the public defender’s office, the 49-year-old was identified, TCPalm reported.

The health safety charge is a misdemeanor.


[TCPalm]

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