Florida Woman Tells Cops She’s A God
A Florida woman was recently arrested after authorities say she stole candy from a dollar store, flaunted it in the store owner’s face and told police she was “a God” who could do no wrong.
A woman accused of absconding with Raisinets later told investigators she was a “god” and could do as she wished.
But Martin County Sheriff’s officials evidently disagreed, taking her to the slammer on a disorderly conduct charge, according to recently released records.
The case against Nancy Mullis, 52 at the time, began shortly after 5 a.m. July 17 as a deputy went to a Cumberland Farms store in the 2900 block of Southeast Dixie Highway.
A manager said Mullis swiped a bag of Raisinets, valued at $2.99, and that they wanted to prosecute.
Mullis also said she took the Raisinets — chocolate covered raisins popular with movie-goers.
The manager said Mullis caused a ruckus in the store. He said she grabbed the Raisinets when she left and while outside “flaunted the stolen property at the store clerk.”
Mullis was given a trespass warning from the store and a notice to appear in court on a theft charge, while the Raisinets were returned.
About 4:30 p.m. the same day, deputies again encountered Mullis.
“Mullis was waving her arms wildly and cursing,” an affidavit states. “Mullis was stating that she was a god and could do what she wanted.”
The owner showed the deputy where Mullis is said to have thrown stuff from the shelves onto the ground and flipped over a newspaper stand and cigarette receptacle.
Mullis, of Stuart, was arrested on a disorderly conducted charge and taken to jail.
Someone come get your Aunt Nancy please!