Nipple-biting woman goes at it with Summit County cops
Summit Daily News
A woman arrested last week did not go quietly when Summit County Sheriff’s Office deputies attempted to take her into custody her after she kicked one of the deputies in the shin.
Authorities from the sheriff’s office and Breckenridge Police Department arrived at the woman’s house on a domestic violence call around midnight last week, according to a sheriff’s office report.
They arrived to find no man, but a disheveled house and a pile of clothing outside the front door. After the cops announced their presence several times the woman, who appeared to have been crying, came out saying nothing happened. But she became more impatient with the deputies when they asked her to show them her driver’s license, asking for a warrant, yelling at them to get off her porch and then kicking one of the deputies.
The deputy got the woman, who appeared to be drunk, on the ground and took her into custody. Well, tried to take her into custody. She put up a pretty good fight.
The woman refused to walk to the patrol car. Authorities spent several minutes asking her to stand up and walk, to which she replied various things such as, “Where are my animals?” “Where is your warrant?” and “Put me back inside my house!” according to a supplemental report from the sheriff’s office.
Around that time a captain from the sheriff’s office arrived on-scene to assist. He recognized the woman from the night before, when she’d been arrested at a Breckenridge bar after allegedly slapping the bar manager and biting a bouncer’s left nipple until it bled.
Eventually, the woman had to be carried to the car by a deputy and a Breckenridge police officer. While they were carrying her she kicked the officer in the face, before jamming her head into the deputy’s groin, the report said.
Once in the vehicle she continued to struggle, and bit the captain’s arm three times as he tried to fasten her seatbelt.
The captain stated she appeared to be proud of herself for putting up such a fight, saying something along the lines of, “It takes five of you to take care of one little girl like me …” according to the supplemental report.
Once she was buckled in, officers tried and failed to place a restraint on her feet and it later appeared she was trying to kick the glass out of the window of the car door.
A neighbor later told authorities he’d heard yelling coming from the apartment, which was pretty common. He said he heard doors slamming and a man and woman yelling at each other to “get out,” according to the report.
The neighbor told deputies he heard the woman crying, a first, and the man say, “Don’t do that, I don’t want to go to jail again.”
Authorities never found the man, but charged the woman with second-degree assault on a peace officer, two counts of second-degree assault on a peace officer while in custody, resisting arrest and obstruction of a police officer.
Up Against the Wall appears biweekly. All accounts are rewritten from Summit County law enforcement agency logs. Names are withheld for privacy; individuals are assumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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