Florida Woman Claiming to be a God of Ancient Egypt Arrested After Attacking Civilians & Cops

Florida woman Emily Thomas Lochten 26, of Boynton Beach, is in the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center, aka the Dade County Jail, after causing a significant disturbance in Miami Beach.

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According to witnesses, Lochtendue to stopped her car in traffic near Espanola Way and Washington Avenue, got out of the vehicle, and began walking around the street screaming. She became increasingly enraged, slammed the hoods of passing cars, entered a Cuban restaurant, and went berserk!

Once inside the restaurant, Lochten slammed tables and threw dishes at customers. When the manager told her to get out, she slapped his hand down.

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When Miami Beach police arrived and tried to take her into custody, the fight was on. When the first officer attempted to go hands-on, Lochten became even more hostile, screaming, “don’t touch me,” and slapping the officer in the face. The officer then tased her without effect. The second officer came at her, and she attempted to strike him, but the officer avoided the strike.

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More officers arrived, and the arrest ended up in a pig pile until Lochten was eventually handcuffed. The arrest report stated that Lochten showed “unusual strength,” possibly due to an “unknown substance.”

Lochten had to be transported to Mount Sinai Hospital to be medically cleared before going to jail. During transport, Lochten had to be restrained on a stretcher, and according to the report, Lochten was screaming that she was related to the late rapper Tupac Shakur and was also “a God from ancient Egypt who could take on all of us.”

After being cleared, the suspect was transported to the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center, where she was charged with battery on a police officer, resisting an officer with violence, assault on a police officer, disorderly conduct, and resisting an officer without violence. She is currently being held in lieu of a $10,000 Bond.


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