The woman involved in an incident at Babe Ruth ballpark was charged with misdemeanors and booked into the Shelby County Jail on Monday.
Alicia J. Pollard, 34, of Shelbyville, was charged with performing sexual conduct in the presence of a minor, public nudity, battery and public intoxication for the incident, which occurred on June 1 at 613 River Road.
According to the probable cause affidavit, a witness said she was watching the baseball game when she saw a nude female walking her dog. Pollard was seen outside the centerfield wall talking to herself.
The witness told Pollard that she needed to leave because she was not wearing clothes and there were children present but Pollard continued to walk toward the baseball fence. She then flipped over it and started rolling in the grass.
She was again told she needed to leave and she started walking toward the witness. Pollard then jumped on the witness. The witness’s husband then jumped on Pollard to get her off his wife.
The husband said he was at first base when he saw Pollard jump on his wife. He said he ran towards them and tackled Pollard. More than 100 people were in attendance.
Off-duty officers then restrained Pollard before on-duty officers arrived.
Police asked Animal Control to take the small dog, who was chipped and belonged to Pollard. Animal Control took the dog to a member in Pollard’s family.