A 25-year-old woman found in her bra and panties after a traffic crash told an officer she stripped off her clothes to try to “conceal her scent” from a police dog.
But Angela C. Ferranti’s disrobing plan last week apparently didn’t work as Kilo, a police dog, tracked into a wooded area in central Port St. Lucie where she was found, according to a recently released report.
The case began around 10:45 p.m. March 31 as Port St. Lucie police went to a reported crash in the area of the 1500 block of Southeast Airoso Boulevard. A 1997 Buick appeared to have been northbound and crashed into the median before crossing into a southbound lane and stopping.
Investigators were told two people fled from the vehicle, and police saw sandals and a pair of shorts that lead them to the 100 block of Southeast Carter Avenue.
A police dog named Kilo tracked into a wooded area where Ferranti was found in her undies. Ferranti said she stripped out of her clothes “in an attempt to conceal her scent from the K-9.”
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