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Deputies: Naked woman trashes baby store, jumps up and down on cars yelling obscenities

Elizabeth Ferger (Source: East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office) Elizabeth Ferger (Source: East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

Authorities said a naked woman who trashed a baby store before jumping up and down on cars while yelling obscenities was arrested Wednesday.

The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office reported Elizabeth Ferger, 52, of Hammond, faces charges of criminal damage to property, obscenity, disturbing the peace offensive words and simple battery. She is being held on $6,000 bond.

According to the probable cause report, the owner of Oh Baby Clothing Store on Jefferson Highway in Baton Rouge told investigators a woman walked in with only a blanket tied around her and began screaming about stopping human trafficking, but shouting vulgar words in the process.

The report stated the suspect then started trashing the store and damaging items. It also stated the woman later walked out and threw items at the store, including a table, which shattered a glass window.

Investigators said Ferger then went in the parking lot and jumped up and down on cars and yelled curse words at customers passing by. They added several people eventually grabbed her and held her until deputies arrived.

It is believed Ferger caused between $8,000 and $10,000 worth of damage.

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