Woman Screams Obscenities At Neighbors In Grove Isle

A Vero Beach woman was arrested after screaming obscenities and vulgar names at her neighbors.
A Vero Beach woman was arrested after screaming obscenities and vulgar names at her neighbors.

VERO BEACH, Florida – An 80-year-old woman was arrested Monday afternoon after screaming obscenities and vulgar names to several neighbors at Grove Isle in Vero Beach, according to the sheriff’s office.

A woman called the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office to report the incident after the person called her a c-nt, bit–, as well as other names, the report said.

Deputies also spoke with the groundskeeper who said the person who lives in the 300 block of N. Grove Isle Cir in building 7 was also screaming obscenities at her.

The caller told deputies that Sondra Pollack had been yelling and screaming in front of the residence as well as beating on the front door to gain entry.

“When contact was made with Pollack, she immediately started yelling at me after inviting me in her residence, screaming at me to get out,” the deputy said.

After the deputy stepped back outside of her residence, he attempted to explain to Pollack that she needed to control herself and not harass the neighbors.

However, Pollack slammed the door in the deputy’s face.

While the deputy began to speak with another neighbor about the disturbance, Pollack walked out of her residence into the public area and began screaming obscenities at the person he was speaking to.

The deputy asked Pollack to calm down and go back inside, but she declined and continued to walk further away from her residence while screaming more obscenities. More neighbors began to walk out of their homes to find out where the screaming was coming from.

Pollack was arrested and transported to the Indian River County Jail where she was charged with Disorderly Conduct.

As of Tuesday afternoon, she was still incarcerated on a $500.00 bond.

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