Homeless girl who threw urine at Santa Rosa PD officer booked for felony assault

(KRON) — An unhoused girl accused of throwing urine at a police officer on Sunday has been booked for felony assault, in response to the Santa Rosa Police Division. A Santa Rosa PD officer was dispatched to verify on the welfare of a girl behind a constructing on the 400 block of Sonoma Avenue at round 8 p.m. Sunday.

The reporting get together heard the girl yelling and making different noises, in response to police. When the officer arrived on the scene, they made contact with the girl, later recognized as 37-year-old Ana Valquiria Taylor, a transient who lives in Santa Rosa.

Taylor was reportedly agitated when the officer was checking on her well-being. Police say the officer supplied help and assets, however that Taylor continued to yell and inform the officer to go away. Taylor additionally threatened to throw urine on the uniformed officer, who observed she was holding a plastic container filled with an unknown liquid.

At this level, the officer decided that Taylor was not committing a criminal offense and didn’t require help. They tried to disengage and stroll slowly again to their patrol car, whereas watching Taylor. However because the officer walked away, Taylor ran rapidly towards them, threw the container of urine at them and punched the officer a number of occasions, putting their head and physique.

The officer was in a position to seize Taylor and pressure her to the bottom, in response to police. On the bottom, Taylor continued to kick and pull the officer’s hair. The officer was in a position to restrain Taylor till different officers arrived. Talyor was positioned in restraints, so she couldn’t assault anybody else, police mentioned.

Regardless of sustaining lacerations to their face and fingers and urine on their uniform, the officer completed their shift, police mentioned. Taylor additionally sustained minor accidents and was booked into Sonoma County Jail for felony assault on an officer.

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