BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A Wellington woman who is old enough to know how not to be in a situation where police charge you with disorderly conduct was, in fact, charged with disorderly conduct by Boca Raton Police Friday night.
Maria Sturchio spent much of the evening in the Palm Beach County jail, following her arrest not just for disorderly conduct, but for trespassing and battery on a law enforcement officer — according to public records.
Sturchio, 52, of Shaugnessy Drive, was released on $3000 cash bond. Her hearing date is pending. We expect specifics of her arrest on Monday.
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