A Florida woman said she was “God” when she was arrested for pointing a toy gun at people and using it to rob a Postal Service employee, investigators say.
Collier County sheriff’s deputies were called Saturday about a woman pointing a gun at people, WBBH reported.
They saw Leida Crisostomo riding a tricycle and holding a black and silver plastic handgun. Officers detained her and when handcuffed she told them she was “God” and hearing voices in her head, WBBH reported.
Deputies returned the package to the postal worker.
Crisostomo, 52, was arrested and charged with armed robbery and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to jail records.
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