Texas Firefighter’s Wife Charged After Allegedly Leaving Buckets of Poop at Police Station
I can't believe I'm even writing this, but an Electra, Texas woman was arrested last week for violating the Texas Health Safety Code back on Nov. 14. How? Well, authorities say she left gallons of what's being politely reported as "human waste" outside of a police station.
WHAT IN THE WHOLE WORLD?
So, I have to say, that when I saw this story, I immediately thought it was #fakenews, because what? After finding multiple stories and sources, I just couldn't believe it.
Here's the rundown. According to the Electra Police Department, 46-year-old Mindy Stephens got herself dressed up in an all-white hazmat suit and a yellow mask, then went to the Electra Police station and started unloading 5-gallon buckets in front of the station.
According to the arrest affidavit, as she was unloading, a police officer inside noticed her placing these buckets of what she called human s--- in front of the station. The officer came out and asked what she was doing. She stated that the buckets were human *bleep*, and she was dropping them off. She then reportedly hopped in her SUV and drove away.
Stay with me now. According to records, the police called the city to report what happened. The city contacted Stephens and requested that she come back and pick up the buckets or face charges. She called them back and refused, claiming it was not her problem.
Ha! Say what? So the City Administrator sent one lucky wastewater employee to go and pick up the buckets.
GET THIS, THOUGH
Stephens is reportedly the wife of the town's Assistant Fire Chief. Seriously? The Electra Volunteer Fire Department also shares the same address as the police station. So, are you thinking what I'm thinking? Apparently she left what totaled three 15-gallon buckets weighing approximately 50 pounds worth of human poop. According to police records, Ms. Mindy has a little rap sheet too. I guess she really doesn’t take no s---!
NO REASON FOR THIS STATED
What do you think of the story? How bizarre, right? What are some reasons you think she would have done this?
I'm curious to know what this is all about.
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Jail records do show an arrest warrant was issued on Nov. 14. She was arrested Dec. 1 and was charged for illegal dumping. Oh my goodness. I can't make this up.
As of Dec. 2, Stephens had posted bail and was released on a $2,000 bond. Check out the full story here.
I am totally going to follow this. I have to know why. LOL