High, naked Minnesota woman charged for hour-long masturbation standoff in someone's SUV, cops say

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May. 23 2021, Published 9:24 a.m. ET

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A reportedly drug-addled naked Minnesota woman was arrested after authorities found her performing a sex act on the floor of a pickup truck at a car shop in Mankato.

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Blue Earth County Dispatch received multiple 911 calls about a naked woman walking around and “jumping in and out of vehicles” at a car dealership, according to a police probable cause statement. The calls were reported around 1:30 p.m. May 9. 

Callers said the woman “looked happy and did not appear to be hurt but appeared to possibly be under the influence," the statement noted.  

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Officers arrived on the scene and reportedly found a gold Pontiac SUV in neutral with the engine running and the driver’s side door open.

About 15 feet away, officers reportedly observed feet sticking out of the door of a Chevy Silverado with the rear driver’s side door open, according to the statement.

Police said they found a completely naked woman lying across the floor of the second row, lying on her back with her feet in the air, reportedly masturbating. 

The woman told police her name was Jennifer Dorit Weber, 35, from Arlington, Minnesota.

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Then, police said the woman began babbling and “making nonsensical comments and appeared to be talking to people that were not present.” She reportedly said she believed she was in a car in St. Petersburg.

When officers asked Weber what brought her to the area, she reportedly replied, “to please the boys.”

Weber allegedly “continued to masturbate as she spoke with the officers,” according to the statement. 

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Officers reportedly attempted to find clothes for Weber, but could not find any pants or underwear in her vehicle, however they reportedly found a crystal substance, which later tested positive for methamphetamine, and a metal spoon that “appeared to be drug paraphernalia," the statement noted. 

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An ambulance arrived, while officers reportedly spoke with Weber for about an hour trying to get her out of the vehicle.

Officers spoke to the owner of the truck, who said his vehicle was at the shop to be fixed, and he did not give Weber permission to enter the vehicle.

After prolonged negotiations, Weber reportedly got out of the truck, was taken to the hospital and then to a detox facility, according to the statement. 

 Weber was released from jail in Blue Earth County after she was charged with indecent exposure, narcotics possession, DWI and entering a vehicle without the owner’s permission. 

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