Good morning South Florida! With possicle showers and more weird news, you may want to start your Spring Break vacation a little earlier.
- A woman was arrested Saturday in Jacksonville for pulling her pants down in public, police said. Virginia Sullivan, 32, was seen, police said, shouting at another woman in the middle of the street. She proceeded to pull her pants down, making her private parts visible to those passing by. Sullivan was taken into custody. Action News Jax
- A man attacked two women at a party he was not invited to. Sean Martin, 23, showed up to a party in St. Johns County with a blood-alcohol level of .103 and high on Zanax, according to deputies. One of the women hosting the party told police he brutally attacked them after he was told to leave. Police said Martin was arrested on two counts of misdemeanor battery. He was released on bail the next day. Action News Jax
- A 19-year-old man attacked his brother, police said, over wearing his boxer briefs without permission. Jeremiah Rios found his 17-year-old brother wearing his underwear Sunday morning, deputies said. After Rios told his brother to take them off, records show, the two got into an argument that lead to Rios hitting his brother with a wine bottle. Sun-Sentinel
- A man was accused of flashing women three times this year, according to Manatee County deputies. Jacob Martinez, police said, exposed his private parts to women from inside his car. These incidents took place once from a parking lot and twice to women jogging by, according to his arrest affidavit. Sun-Sentinel
- A Jacksonville man was arrested and charged with burglary after he allegedly stole his neighbor’s underwear. The woman told officials she had camera footage from her garage showing Nicolas Rojas, 56, entering twice and taking her underwear. Rojas entered her garage a third time Monday, she told police, and she confronted him. She said he admitted to taking them but never gave them back. Action Jax News
- An alligator was found in a homeowner’s pool on Tuesday, authorities said. The gator was removed from the premises, Martin County police said, but it’s unclear what authorities will do with the animal. Last week, however, another alligator was found hiding underneath a car in the same county. Officials said they moved the 4-foot gator to a nearby canal. Action Jax News
-Lornna Zane South Florida News Service