“Vulgar” Woman Refuses to Leave Theater – Charged with Resisting
BROOKSVILLE – On New Year’s Day, Sgt. Dustin Mormando responded to the Spring Hill 8 Cinema on Commercial Way, after management requested the removal of two women, who were causing a disturbance inside one of the theaters.
Sgt. Mormando made contact with one of the women, 53-year-old Deborah Lee Jarrett of Lecanto, and asked her to leave the theater. Jarrett refused and demanded that he get the flashlight out of her face. Jarrett continued to ignore Sgt. Mormando’s requests to leave the theater, so that he could issue a trespass warning. Eventually, she complied and walked to the parking lot, where she sat down in her vehicle. Moments later, Jarrett exited her vehicle and began yelling and arguing with Sgt. Mormando. Once again, she was ordered to get back in her car and leave the premises, but she refused. After numerous failed attempts to have Jarret leave the property, Sgt. Mormando was forced to place her under arrest. While in custody, Jarrett began pulling away and screaming at Sgt. Mormando – at one point calling him vulgar names – specifically a “P***y”.
Jarrett was charged with Resisting Arrest and transported to the Hernando County Jail, where she was released on a $500 bond.
Jarrett was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs, according to officials.
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