Officer Krynock’s report said the male in question was transported to the hospital by EMS for medical evaluation.
This event occurred in the front yard of 25-year-old Elizabeth Young’s residence. Young was also intoxicated and was upset that the male was being taken away.
The police report states, “As medics were loading him into the ambulance, Young was standing in the road and asked the male if he wanted to see her breasts. She then she pulled her shirt down and exposed her bare chest.”
Elizabeth Young also admitted to Officer Krynock battering the male prior to police arriving on the scene.
Elizabeth Young was transported to the Marshall County Jail and lodged for Public Nudity, Battery resulting in bodily injury, and Disorderly Conduct. She was held on a $500 cash bond.
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