A Florida woman was arrested after standing outside a grocery store during a rainstorm brandishing a pitchfork and black whip.
Lisa Anne Slone, 56, is facing charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, after she was seen Tuesday “with a pitchfork and black whip in front of the main entrance of the Publix grocery store” in Minneola, Florida shortly after 2 p.m., according to the arrest report.
The store’s owner said that Slone had been trying to sell teddy bears behind the store before she started running around with a whip and pitchfork, that she used to stab a mini-van.
Officer David Moss’s body camera footage showed a woman dressed in black walking out in front of his patrol car, stopping in the middle of the parking lot, and pointing a black whip at him.
Sloan began waving the pitchfork around as she clutched the whip in her other hand.
Moss confronted Sloan but she “would not stop” and “refused to put the weapon down,” he wrote in the report.
He said he was able to quickly remove the weapon from her and put her on the ground, place her into handcuffs and then put her in the back of the patrol car.
Moss — who noted that Slone “appeared to be highly intoxicated on some sort of stimulant drug” — asked her whether she had taken anything that day.
She told him yes, but refused to elaborate.
“It’s none of your business what God instructed,” she said in the footage, before screaming at the top of her lungs “God is great!” over and over.
Slone can then be heard asking God to “bring me out of this car,” before she screamed “Let me out!” and began kicking the windows.
Slone had unbuckled her seat belt and started kicking the rear right window, according to the report. Consequently, her feet were placed in a restraint.
Moss noted that she had “recent cut mark scars on her legs and body” and “bruises to her face and body.”
“Slone repeatedly stated that she felt no pain anymore and that God was in control,” he wrote.
After it was determined the 56-year-old did not need to be taken to a hospital, she was transported to the Orange Lake County Jail without incident.