Police arrested a woman who allegedly assaulted law enforcement at a hotel located on Route 10 in Hanover, NJ.
The Hanover Police Department received a report of a woman who was naked and running around the parking lot of the Econolodge Hotel in Hanover, New Jersey. When a Hanover patrolman arrived at the scene, he found the woman hanging out of a window on the first floor of the hotel.
The police officer asked the suspect, a 45-year-old woman from Maplewood NJ, to cover herself. After the woman used a bedsheet to cover up, the officer spoke with her. Based on the conversation, the officer determined that the woman was probably under the influence of alcohol.
An ambulance soon arrived at the hotel. Emergency medical technicians then attempted to place the woman onto a stretcher and wheel her into the ambulance. At some point, the suspect allegedly became unruly and tried to get out of the ambulance.
While flailing around, the suspect reportedly struck a police officer and multiple first aid members. The suspect also allegedly attempted to bite and kick a police officer.
Hanover police eventually got the woman back under control and transported her to the Morristown Medical Center.
The suspect was later charged with a number of criminal offenses, including aggravated assault, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and lewdness.
After the woman received medical treatment at the hospital, she was provided with a court date and then released on her own recognizance.
To learn more about this case, view the DailyRecord.com article entitled “Hanover Police: Naked Woman Assaulted Officers, EMTs.”