Monday, January 23, 2017

Florida: Julie Beers, 46, arrested after police find rabbit inside UHaul that had human feces inside

FLORIDA -- A South Florida woman was arrested Sunday after witnesses saw a rabbit trapped inside a U-Haul van that had human feces inside, authorities said.

According to an arrest report, Broward sheriff's deputies were called to the 100 block of South Powerline Road in Deerfield Beach Sunday, where they approached the van that had been parked in the area for several hours.

Witnesses told deputies that they saw a rabbit running around the van with the windows rolled up.

Deputies said they confronted Julie Anne Beers, 46, of Boca Raton, who was with a 9-year-old girl.

Deputies said the girl looked dirty and was barefooted with her feet on the front passenger side floorboard, which was wet and covered in garbage.

There were also cigarette ashes throughout the area where the girl was sitting, the report said.

Deputies said the girl told them that she had not showered in more than a week, had only a can of SpaghtettiOs to eat that day and had missed school for several days.

Authorities said Beers told them that she had a full-time job, but had been evicted from her home a week ago and rented to U-Haul van to move her family to Arizona.

Deputies said Beers said the rabbit was fine when they asked why it was inside the van with no fresh air, water or food.

Deputies said the human feces was located in an area where the child had several personal items stored.

Beers was arrested on charges of child neglect without great bodily harm and abandonment of an animal.

Full Name: Julie Anne Beers
Gender: Female
Birthdate: 08/25/1970
Arrest Age:46
Height: 5'02"
Weight: 140 lbs
Hair Color: BLN
Eye Color: BLU
Date: 01/22/2017
Arresting Agency: DEERFIELD BEACH
STATUTE: 827.03-2d

STATUTE: 828.13-3


Intoxicated Mom Arrested After Cops Say Daughter Found Covered in Urine and Feces

A Boynton Beach mother, Julie A. Beers, faces charges after police say they found her smelling of alcohol and unresponsive next to a large outdoor trash can and her child nearby underneath palm fronds and trash.

A Boynton Beach mother faces charges after police say they found her smelling of alcohol and unresponsive next to a large outdoor trash can and her child nearby underneath palm fronds and trash.

Police say three people told them that they saw a woman stumble through a parking lot with her child on Monday. They added that Beers was so drunk that she fell twice and hit her head as she crossed the parking lot, according to the probable cause affidavit.

Officers began looking for the pair and one found them about 8:45 p.m., in the 2000 block of South Federal Highway.

The officer said the woman, identified as 42-year-old Julie A Beers, appeared to be sleeping behind a Dumpster. She smelled of alcohol, was slurring her speech, had bloodshot eyes and was unable to stand without assistance, police said.

When Beers woke up she didn't cooperate and refused to give any information. She smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and couldn't stand without help, police said.

She also had a child's backpack close to her with an empty bottle of vodka and another one half full, police said.

Police say the child was covered in dirt, urine, and feces and said she had not eaten all day.

Beers was arrested and charged with child neglect.

The child was placed in the care of a relative.

(Local10 - Jan 23, 2017)

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