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Alleged Raisinets thief tells police she is a 'God' and can do what she wants

Nancy Mullis was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct.
By Evan Bleier Follow @itishowitis Contact the Author   |   Aug. 5, 2014 at 12:36 PM
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MARTIN COUNTY , Fla., Aug. 5 (UPI) -- A woman who allegedly swiped a bag of Raisinets from a Cumberland Farms store in Florida felt that the candy caper was justified because she is a "God."

Nancy Mullis was allegedly seen taking a $2.99 bag of Raisinets and then leaving the store. Once she was outside, the suspect "flaunted the stolen property at the store clerk."

The 52-year-old was given a trespass warning and a court summons for theft. The candies made their way back onto the shelves at the store.

Later on in the day, Mullis went to a Discount Family Dollar and caused a scene.

"Mullis was waving her arms wildly and cursing," TC Palm reported a court affidavit as saying. "Mullis was stating that she was a god and could do what she wanted." Apparently what Mullis wanted to do was flip over a newspaper stand and knock items off of shelves at the store.

The "sacred" suspect was arrested on a disorderly conducted charge and given another trespass warning.

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