Natick Police: Parking Lot Pooper Arrested

Elias Hubbard
January 26, 2020

A woman has been arrested after being accused of pooing in a vehicle park on a number of occasions.

An Ashland woman was arrested Wednesday after allegedly pooping in a public parking lot in Natick on numerous occasions.

Police began investigating the foul bowel movements last month after Kanner repeatedly found feces in his store's parking lot. Plus, the defecation were captured on security video footage, according to authorities ... yet they state Grocer's certificate plate was constantly secured from cam.

Police increased patrols in the area hoping to apprehend the suspect, and just before 7am on Wednesday they busted Grocer with her trousers down.

You'll keep in mind, a women jogger called "The Mad Pooper" scared a Colorado community back in 2017 with her tricky poops ... uncertain if she functioned as any kind of inspo.

Grocer was arraigned on eight counts of "wanton destruction to property".

Police launched an investigation into Grocer's alleged behavior in December after Henry Kanner, the owner of Natick Outdoor Store on North Avenue, reported finding piles of human feces in the parking lot on a routine basis. She was reportedly arrested as she prepared to do it a ninth time.

An officer followed Grocer out of the parking lot and pulled her over in the area of Walnut Hill Drive.

In her booking photo, the suspected vandal appears to be sobbing.

Kanner said he doesn't know the woman and has no idea why she would defecate in his lot.

On Wednesday, officers spotted Grocer using the bathroom in the parking lot around 6:51 a.m. and confirmed that she had in fact defecated on the pavement, the documents said.

The 51-year-old was released from jail without bail.

She is due back in court March 2.

There have been other cases in the past involving people answering the call of nature outdoors.

One of Grocer's photos available online depict her in running gear with a racing bib attached to her shorts.

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