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Florida Mom Strolling on Beach with Her 4 Kids Spotted Couple doing Inappropriate Activity on Pier; Accused Woman Fled Naked; Later Arrested with Man in State of Nature

Florida Mom Strolling on Beach with Her 4 Kids Spotted Couple doing Inappropriate Activity on Pier; Accused Woman Fled Naked; Later Arrested with Man in State of Nature

A woman in Florida was apprehended by police on a public pier in Naples. In an attempt to evade the authorities, she quickly jumped into the water.

Despite her efforts, 20-year-old Allyssia Razo’s escape attempt proved futile as she was swiftly apprehended by the beach patrol upon reaching the shore, as stated in a police report.

Reports were made to the Naples Police Department regarding an incident that occurred behind the locked gate of the historic pier during the busy Memorial Day holiday. A man and woman were allegedly involved in inappropriate behavior at around 4:30 p.m.

Razo and Zadok Westfield, both 23 years old, were still engaged in their activities when officers arrived.

As the two hurriedly dressed, Razo made a daring leap into the water from the pier, disregarding the officers’ orders to remain in place.

Westfield remained at the scene, despite being completely naked when police arrived.

According to reports, the individual informed the officer that they had reached the end of the pier with another person and had initially planned to jump off. However, their intentions took a different turn as they engaged in a different activity instead.

A witness informed the authorities that she and her four children, aged 7 to 15, were enjoying their time at the beach near the pier. It was during this time that they observed Razo and Westfield in a state of nudity in a public area.

She informed the police that her young children were curious about the activities of the individuals.

Razo and Westfield faced charges of trespassing and disturbing the peace.

Razo also faced charges of resisting arrest without violence. Both individuals were apprehended and released on bail within 24 hours.

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