STUART — A woman accused of exposing herself before arguing about mail got locked up on a breach of peace charge, according to a Martin County Sheriff’s Office report.
Jamie Lynn Elmerick, 26, was jailed following the July 10 incident in Stuart that “outraged and horrified” her father, the report states.
Elmerick told investigators her boyfriend dropped her off at her father’s house to get some clothes that she left after moving out months earlier. She said she went to the mail box to get her mail, and her father took the mail from her hand. She said she called 911 to get it back.
Elmerick’s father, however, said Elmerick came over unannounced. He said he let her in to get her clothes “because she had broken into his home in the past and did not want her to do so again,” the report states.
He said she started yelling about family issues before dropping her pants and exposing herself to him and another man.
“(Elmerick’s father) stated he was outraged and horrified that his daughter exposed herself and had to look away because he was embarrassed by the display,” the report states.
A purpose behind the alleged showing of Elmerick’s nether regions was not listed.
Elmerick’s father said she pulled up her pants and they began quarreling about the mail.
Another man there also said Elmerick exposed herself, and that he “was disturbed and horrified that she was exposing herself like that.”
Elmerick, of Okeechobee, was arrested on a misdemeanor breach of peace charge.