(WTFF) – A Florida woman was arrested after reportedly attempting to abduct a 5-year-old boy and a 7-year-old girl.
34-year-old Sarah Freeman is facing two kidnapping charges, and a count each of battery, aggravated battery (pregnant person), burglary of a conveyance, and contempt of court. The incident took place at the Toronita Avenue Beach Park, 4200 S. Atlantic Ave, around 1:27 p.m. on Monday, according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office press release.
A witness who called 911 said, “I thought she was funny, right at first, and I wasn’t thinking much of it.”
“…then it just went weird, out of nowhere,” the man remarked.
Freeman approached the child of one parent and told the 7-year-old girl:
“This isn’t a Florida trip you’re going to want to remember.”
The Florida Woman tried grabbing the child by the towel she was wearing. The mom, who is 6 months pregnant, leaped into action and quickly pulled her daughter back. Whack! Freeman smacked the mother and ran off.
She approached another parent and hit his backside with a stick while screeching:
“We don’t know you around here!”
She told the man’s 5-year-old boy, “It will be all right. He’s not your dad,” and grabbed him by the arm and started to walk away.
The father intervened and took his son back. They escaped and locked themselves inside the father’s truck.
The Florida Woman tried smashing her way in through a passenger window.
Another witness said Freeman then turned to her and said, “I’ll just take your kid, then.” That parent and her child went to their vehicle and locked their doors.
Within minutes she was in custody. Predictably, the report states that “she mumbled and made unintelligible statements to a deputy, who noticed she appeared to be under the influence of some unknown substance.”
She’s currently being held in the Volusia County Branch Jail without bond.
This is Sarah Freeman’s 12th arrest in Volusia County since 2002. Various charges in the past include assault, obstruction of an officer, petit theft, felony retail theft, grand theft, burglary, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and contempt of court.
While the report didn’t mention anything about schizophrenia, she looks like an entirely different person in nearly every mug shot. A study published in JPMI (original link) states that “schizophrenia has always been exhibited in terms of abnormal behavioural patterns,” such as “physical appearance,” involving “hair style” and “clothing.” It’s very possible she suffers from schizophrenia. Also as a matter of evidence, non-schizophrenic people usually don’t do any of the things described in the narrative above.
Old Media loves to ridicule the antics of these poor creatures for laughs, though they pretend to be better than shitty news stations like WTFF. As you read the news, please understand that not everything is as it seems. If you want to live in a safer Florida, encourage your
shitheads politicians to dedicate more money to preventative care and rehabilitation. We really need better mental health care in this state. It’s almost like arresting these people over and over and over and over again doesn’t really do any good.
Behold the ever-evolving mug shot:
Listen to a couple of the 911 calls: