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Three naked women were spotted Wednesday afternoon at the northbound Interstate 75 rest stop area in Wesley Chapel, just south of State Road What unfolded next, according to the Florida Highway Patrol, was not just another bizarre tale of the Sunshine State. The women led troopers on an hour-long chase across east Pasco, drove the wrong way, tried to drive over a trooper and threatened another with a pink and purple metal baseball bat, according to the Highway Patrol.
The incident ended about 21 miles away in Dade City, when troopers said they rammed the vehicle off the road in a school zone, stunned one of the women with a Taser and arrested all three. All three face charges that include aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, fleeing to elude and indecent exposure.
Their arrest reports detail Wednesday's events: It started when a rest stop custodian called the Highway Patrol at a. He said he saw "all three of them, standing in the nude, putting on suntan lotion. A trooper arrived at a. They started dressing when they saw the trooper. Oasis McLeod told the trooper they were "air drying" after washing up. The trooper saw they had a case of water and a bottle of soap. Oasis McLeod said they had left Cecilia Young's father's house in Lutz after an altercation and spent the night in the rest stop because they had no where else to go.
The women gave the trooper their names and dates of birth, but ignored the trooper's commands to say put. Leave, leave, leave. Then she told the trooper they "were going to walk away. All three women ran around the trooper, jumped into a white Nissan Sentra with a New York state plate. Oasis McLeod was the driver as the car sped off — forcing a pedestrian to jump out of the road as they sped out of the rest stop.
They got on northbound Interstate 75 and headed for State Road The trooper started speeding after them but her superiors called her off because the circumstances did not meet Highway Patrol's pursuit policy. Tampa Bay has four of its top 10 all-time stories. A driver on I called and followed the Nissan to S. Another trooper found the Nissan, reported seeing it drive the wrong way, then head east on S. A trooper managed to fire a GPS tracker onto the fleeing Nissan, which officials said allowed them to back off the pursuit.
Highway Patrol dispatchers in Tampa started tracking the car and radioing its position to troopers. The Nissan pulled up to a gas station at S. Two troopers jumped out of their cruiser and ordered the Nissan to stop. It drove off. One trooper drove off after it while the other ran after the fleeing woman.
That trooper tussled with the woman — it was Young, the trooper said, who kicked, scratched and hit him — and just as he got her on the ground he said he saw the Nissan driving at him. He jumped out of the way, then said Jeniyah McLeod got out of the car and threatened him with a metal bat. Seeing one trooper in danger, the other trooper used his cruiser to ram the back of the Nissan. The women all got in the Nissan and drove off again. It fled east on S. The pursuit finally ended when the Nissan entered an active school zone outside Pasco High School, troopers said, while students were crossing S.
One of the pursuing troopers was authorized to use the "PIT maneuver" — Pursuit Intervention Technique — and used the front end of his cruiser to knock the Nissan off the road at S. But the women refused to leave the Nissan and instead locked arms, trooper said. A trooper used a Taser to stun one of them. The driver, Oasis McLeod, then surrendered. The women all invoked their rights not to speak to troopers. Oasis McLeod agreed to perform field sobriety exercises, troopers said, and appeared to be impaired.
Troopers said they discovered marijuana in the car. Jeniyah McLeod said it was hers, according to her arrest report, adding: "I bought it from a white guy named Bubba. They were arrested at about 11 a. Some troopers sustained minor injuries, the agency said. Though Pasco has been dubbed the nudist capital of the world, the arrest reports do not indicate the women are linked to its many nudist or clothing-optional communities. Jail records show they face these charges:. Oasis McLeod, of Kingston, N. Cecilia Young, of Lutz, faces felony charges of aggravated resisting an officer with violence and misdemeanor charges of indecent exposure two counts , possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana and resisting an officer without violence.
Jeniyah McLeod, of Lutz, faces felony charges of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer and aggravated resisting arrest with violence and misdemeanor charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, indecent exposure and resisting an officer without violence. Subscribe Manage my subscription Activate my subscription Log in Log out. Regions Tampa St. Letters to the Editor Submit a Letter.
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