by Will Greenlee,
- LUCIE COUNTY — Amber Capraro must’ve REALLY not wanted to talk to a St. Lucie County sheriff’s deputy.
First, she’s accused of throwing shoes at the deputy’s patrol vehicle, then kicking the bumper and jumping on the hood before extending her middle finger.
That’s what investigators say Capraro, 31, did about 6 a.m. on Aug. 20, an arrest affidavit states.
A deputy tried to talk to a woman who apparently was walking north on Kings Highway in the middle of the road.
Later identified as Capraro, the woman “took off her shoes and threw them at my patrol vehicle,” the affidavit states.
She kept walking, and the deputy moved his patrol vehicle to talk to her.
“Capraro ran up to my vehicle and kicked the bumper, turned around and proceeded to walk north again,” the affidavit states.
The deputy again moved his patrol vehicle.
“Capraro jumped on the hood of my vehicle, got off, flipped me the middle finger, and once again started walking north on Kings Highway yelling leave me the (expletive) alone,” the affidavit states.
Capraro, of the 7100 block of Winter Garden Parkway in Fort Pierce, was arrested on charges of resisting an officer with violence and criminal mischief with property damage under $200.
The affidavit didn’t state what kind of shoes, such as a pump or heel, Capraro threw.