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Florida woman took her pants off and went for a stroll, cops say

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A 35-year-old Florida woman was arrested on a charge of indecent exposure, among other charges, after St. Lucie County sheriff’s deputies spotted her walking down the street wearing only a bra.

According to the arrest report, deputies approached Alexisakira Rieo just before midnight on July 3 to ask her why she was walking down the road partially naked. Deputies say Rieo started walking toward them, grabbed her privates in a sexual manner and said, “I see you, baby.”

The deputy held up his hand to keep Rieo at a distance at which time the report states she slapped his hand away, told the deputy he can’t tell her what to do and then tried to get into the driver’s side of the patrol car.

The deputy reports there were two accessible firearms inside the vehicle and a brief struggle ensued to get Rieo detained. During the struggle, the arresting deputy said Rieo, “Bit my radio mic and we took her to the ground.”

According to the report, Rieo admitted to taking ecstasy and felt like she was hallucinating the entire event. She also told deputies that she is pregnant.

EMS responded to check on her at which time Rieo tried to spit on the rescue workers, deputies say. She successfully spit on the inside window of the patrol car, so deputies placed a spit mask on her.

Rieo was taken to a local hospital where she was medically cleared and then booked into the St. Lucie County jail on charges of indecent exposure, resisting arrest and felony burglary of a conveyance.

Breaking News/Real Time Reporter Mark Young began his career in 1996 and has been with the Bradenton Herald since 2014. He has won more than a dozen awards over the years, including the coveted Lucy Morgan Award for In-Depth Reporting from the Florida Press Club and for beat reporting from the Society for Professional Journalists to name a few. His reporting experience is as diverse as the communities he covers.
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