Cops: Suspect never stopped pleasuring self during incident
MAY 19–Responding to multiple 911 calls about a naked woman “walking around and jumping in and out of vehicles” at a car dealership, Minnesota cops discovered a nude 35-year-old suspect pleasuring herself while splayed across the floor of a pickup truck, according to a court filing.
Police dispatchers last Sunday were initially told that the naked woman was sitting alone inside a Pontiac SUV and that she “looked happy and did not appear to be hurt but appeared to possibly be under the influence.”
When cops arrived on the scene in Mankato, a city 80 miles from Minneapolis, the Pontiac was found running with its driver’s side door open. But the vehicle was empty. Nearby, officers spotted a Chevrolet Silverado with its rear driver’s side door open. They also noticed “feet sticking out of the door.”
Upon approaching the SUV, a patrolman spotted Jennifer Dorit Weber, 35, “lying across the floor of the second row.” The naked Weber was on her back, feet in the air, digitally penetrating herself.
Cops say Weber (seen above) was making nonsensical comments and said she thought she was in St. Petersburg, Florida. Asked what brought her to the Mankato area, Weber replied “to please the boys.” Investigators noted that, “Weber continued to masturbate as she spoke with the officers.”
Over the next hour, police–who had summoned an EMS crew–tried to coax Weber out of the SUV. “Throughout this time, Weber was making nonsensical statements and continued to masturbate,” according to a probable cause statement.
Finally, after “prolonged negotiations,” Weber exited the SUV and was taken into custody and transported to a local hospital. Police say they recovered methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia following the conclusion of the May 9 standoff. The SUV’s owner told police that his vehicle was being serviced, and that Weber did not have permission to enter the Chevy.
Weber was subsequently booked into the county jail for indecent exposure, narcotics possession, DWI, and entering a vehicle without the owner’s permission, all of which are misdemeanors.
Weber, whose residence is listed as a home In Arlington, a city 40 miles from Mankato, was released from the Blue Earth County lockup after several days in custody.