A Texas Woman has been charged after reportedly dumping 50 pounds of human feces outside Electra Police Department last week KXAN.
Mindy Janette Stephens, 46, reportedly the wife of a local deputy fire chief, dropped the “human shit” while wearing a hazmat suit and yellow mask, according to an officer who witnessed the bizarre scene.
Police officer spotted person in hazmat suit emptying buckets filled with human waste
On Thursday, the officer noticed a person making a suspicious deposit outside the station on East Cleveland Avenue.
“He went outside to see what was going on and discovered three 5-gallon buckets of what appeared to be human waste,” the affidavit said Law & Crime Conditions.
When the officer confronted her, she stated in no uncertain terms that the buckets were filled with “human dirt” and that she would “deliver” them.
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“He tried to ask what they were doing and a woman indicated the buckets were people – and she was going to hand them over. She then got into the vehicle and drove away,” the affidavit reads.
The outlet reports that Stephens was identified after a police lieutenant reviewing surveillance video recognized her voice.
Police Chief Terry Wooten then briefed City Manager Steve Bowlin on the matter, adding that the woman was the wife of the city’s Deputy Fire Chief.
The suspect refused to clean up the mess and was charged with illegal disposal
Bowlin – also a local firefighter – told Wooten that he would inform Stephens and order her to “pick up the money or press charges.”
An affidavit says she ultimately refused to clean up the mess, noting it was “not her problem.”
Electra Police Department officials said an officer observed on surveillance cameras someone dumping something outside the front of the police/fire station on Block 100 of East Cleveland Avenue, the report said.
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Stephens was charged with the misdemeanor of illegally dumping over five pounds and under 500 pounds, which is a violation of the Texas Health Safety Code.
According to the outlet, she was released Friday after posting $2,000 bail.
Stephens is no stranger to local law enforcement, while the motive for the human fecal incident remains unknown
A motive for the incident was initially unknown.
No stranger to local law enforcement, Stephens has been charged with aggravated assault after reportedly assaulting a man with a bunch of keys back in 2020.
Last year she pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of assault and reportedly served a short time behind bars.
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