Knox Woman shows off on neighbor’s ‘Ring’ doorbell camera :: exploreClarion.com
BEAVER TWP., Pennsylvania (EYT) – Charges have been filed against a Knox woman who allegedly flashed her chest and butt on her neighbor’s Ring doorbell camera.
Court documents say Clarion-based state police have laid criminal charges against 50-year-old man Elizabeth ann ferroni August 23.
According to a criminal complaint, at around 9:10 a.m. on August 18, Clarion-based State Police responded to an open obscenity report at a residence on Popetown Road, Beaver Township, Clarion County.
Police said a known victim reported he had a Ring security camera system and one of his cameras was located on his porch, shared with his duplex neighbor. The victim told police that at approximately 4:16 p.m. on August 14, Elisabeth ferroni made “inappropriate and alarming” gestures directed at his camera.
The victim reported that Ferroni lifted his shirt and exposed his bare chest on several occasions and intentionally shook it back and forth, then pulled down his shorts, exposing his buttocks to the camera, and s’ was slapping herself while her shorts were down, according to the complaint.
Ferroni disappeared from the camera frame, then came back, looked directly at the camera and began to “turn it over,” the complaint says.
A copy of the video footage was entered into evidence by the police.
The police then questioned Ferroni.
When asked why she intentionally exposed herself to her neighbor’s camera, Ferroni reportedly replied, “You are allowed to be naked on your own porch,” and added: “There is no reason, I am allowed to be naked on private property. “
The following charges were filed against Ferroni through Judicial District Judge Jarah Lee Heeter’s office on August 23:
– open obscenity, misdemeanor 3
– Disorderly conduct – Unreasonable noise, Summary
The complaint notes that Ferroni has been charged with disorderly conduct for causing annoyance / public alarm as there are several neighboring residences in the immediate area of where the incident occurred.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 10:15 a.m. on September 21, chaired by Judge Heeter.
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