Deputy: Woman left doll, sex toy covered in feces on porch; pulled gun as she tried to leave

GREENWOOD, Ind. -- A Fishers woman was arrested Saturday night after she allegedly left a blow up doll and sex toy covered with dog feces on the porch of a home, and then pulled a gun on two men as she tried to leave. 

According to the Johnson County Sheriff's Office, a deputy responded to a call of a woman that had put something on a porch of a home and had pulled a gun around 10:30 p.m. Saturday. 

When the deputy pulled over the woman, he noticed her gun and had her get out of the car. She told the deputy she was trying to find a friend's house, but could not remember their first name. She said she went to school with them and wanted to play a prank on him. 

The woman, identified as Chrys Wimmer, 56, told the deputy she left a blow up doll and a sex toy that she covered with dog feces on the porch of the home. She told the deputy she was then interrupted by a couple of guys, and was worried because she has been robbed before, so she pulled her gun and told them to let her leave.

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One of the men she allegedly pulled a gun on said he pulled his truck behind her car to block it. When he asked the woman if he could help her she said, "Get the (expletive) out of my way." When he asked again, she allegedly pointed a handgun at his face and said, "Are you going to move or am I going to move it for you?"

According to the deputy's report, she then pointed the gun at a second man, got in her car and drove off. 

When the deputy searched her car, he found a pill bottle with white powder. A field test determined it was cocaine. 

Wimmer was arrested for possession of cocaine, pointing a loaded firearm, and possession of a handgun without a license. 

According to the deputy's report, Wimmer's gun and ammunition is being tested and compared to a shooting from last week. 

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