Man found walking down highway naked, causes damage to deputy patrol auto

Man found walking down highway naked, causes damage to deputy patrol auto

Man found walking down highway naked, causes damage to deputy patrol auto

He then urinated on the auto.

Andrew Humphries, 18, walked away from the area of U.S. Highway 441 and SE 81st Street and was later found in the 8900 block of the highway, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said. They learned that the driver of one of the vehicles - later identified as Humphries - had left the scene, according to the post. The interaction was recorded by the deputy's dashcam. Humphries did about $1,000 of damage to the inside of the patrol vehicle by kicking a door and pulling on a metal cage, News Channel 8 reports. When he tries to open the patrol auto door, the deputy says, "That's not normal", then adds, "You are absolutely naked, my man". The damage was estimated at $700.

Humphries was promptly put in handcuffs and placed in the back seat of the vehicle. The entire door will likely need to be replaced, police said.

It was later discovered that Humphries was involved in a auto accident just moments before on the same road.

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While leaving the jail, the deputy got a call from the Florida Highway Patrol saying that witnesses reported that Humphries pulled the handle off a vehicle at the South Multi-District Office.

Humphries is being charged with one count of felony criminal mischief, property damage of $1,000 or more and one misdemeanor count of criminal mischief.

A man was arrested in Marion County after he was walking down a highway completely naked and damaged a patrol vehicle.

The driver was cited by the Florida Highway Patrol for careless driving.