Florida authorities were in a dangerous standoff with an armed suspect when a naked woman cruised onto a crime scene in a golf cart. An affidavit of the incident said Jessica Smith, 28, from Boston, had "a distinct odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her person, and she was completely nude."
Police in Dunedin had several Pinellas County sheriff's office vehicles surrounding the area where they were confronting an armed 18-year-old suspect when Smith allegedly cruised past the law enforcement vehicles and into what turned out to be a six-hour standoff.
Smith was charged with resisting an officer without violence.
Smith allegedly ignored the officer's instructions to leave the area, then later she refused to get out of the golf cart when officers approached her. Smith was pulled from the cart, and arrested, according to the report.
"The defendant's actions and inability to follow directions put multiple deputies at risk for potentially getting shot at," investigators wrote in the affidavit.
Authorities said Smith had no connection to the armed suspect, Smith was charged with resisting an officer without violence.
The gunman, identified as Myles Abbott, had allegedly fired a gun at people in the area then ran from responding officers and climbed up onto a roof of the house where the standoff happened.
Abbott was charged with loitering and prowling, aggravated assault against a law enforcement officer, weapons charges, and resisting an officer without violence, he was also wanted on a warrant for vehicular homicide, according to the statement.
Abbott had originally been seen with two other suspects who were arrested later, according to the sheriff's office. They were identified as 18-year-old Ki'moni Anderson and a 16-year-old juvenile according to a sheriff's statement.
Anderson was charged with grand theft of a firearm carrying a concealed firearm and felon in possession of a firearm, the statement said.
The juvenile was arrested on weapons charges.