Based on the report, 41-year old New Port Richey resident Klaid Karpuzi has been charged with one count of theft (vehicle/automobile).
At some point, Deputy Feliciti Brunner had finished a class at the center and had turned on her personal vehicle, where she sat for a time.
Meanwhile, Karpuzi had just been released from prison, where had spent time for committing auto theft since November 11, and attempted to enter Brunner’s vehicle. Seconds later, Brunner identified herself as a police deputy and took Karpuzi to the front lobby of the detention center.
According to Karpuzi, he was not aware that someone was in the vehicle.
Disorderly Conduct in Pasco CountyDisorderly conduct is a term that refers to incidences where a person breaches the peace. Some activities falling under this category include corruption of public morals, outraging decency, disrupting peace and quiet, or fighting. Likewise, the simple act of speaking with or confronting a police officer can result in a charge of disorderly conduct.
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