A Florida woman was arrested after wielding a pitchfork and whip outside of a Publix during a rainstorm and stabbing a vehicle in the store’s parking lot with the agricultural tool, according to authorities.
According to Lake County online court records, Lisa Anne Slone (56) was charged with aggravated attack with a deadly weapon with intent to kill.
Dash camera videoA Florida Highway Patrol trooper saw Slone, a woman parked in the Publix lot.
Slone can be seen pointing her whip towards a police car and then walking off. According to WFLA-TV local outlet. According to the station, she then returned to the parking lot and pointed her pitchfork towards a trooper.
After Slone allegedly refused to be handcuffed, a trooper disarmed her and took her to the ground, according to an arrest report filed by police. According to police reports, Slone was placed in an FHP police car.
Video from Dashcam showed Slone speaking. “God is great”And “God is in control,” once in the vehicle.
The trooper spoke with the manager of Publix, who said Slone attempted to sell teddy bears behind the store. Slone then ran through the parking lot and then allegedly stabbed a parked minivan with the pitchfork she was holding, according to WFLA-TV.
The owner of the minivan said he did not want to get the police involved, saying he would fix the damages to his vehicle on his own, according to WFLA.
After being detained, Slone was allegedly able to unbuckle her seat belt and kicked at the right door window of the cruiser, the arrest report said.
Authorities wrote that Slone appeared to be “highly intoxicated on some sort of stimulant drug”The report found that he was not under the influence or alcohol.
Slone, who was arraigned Wednesday, remains at the Lake County Jail. According to online records her bail was set for $2,000
Slone is due to appear in court Aug. 15, according to court records.