Shortly before 1 a.m., Tuesday, two BCPD units were dispatched to an "active civil dispute" near 630 North Columbia Street involving four individuals.
According to Police Chief Larry Pierce, while officers were trying to determine what was going on, Wendy Brooks, 31, approached them in a highly agitated state, allegedly screaming she was on Methamphetamine.
When officers attempted to detain Brooks for her own safety, she fought back.
Once in custody, Brooks began kicking Patrolman Jeremy Mace while she was being put in a patrol car. Mace put Brooks on the ground and informed her she would stay there until she stopped kicking.
When she did, Mace helped the woman sit up, but she allegedly "got out of control" and started kicking and screaming again.
Brooks was transported to St. Vincent Clay Hospital after officers finally got her in custody to be treated for minor injuries, blood alcohol testing and medically cleared for incarceration.
Although she was released from the hospital, Brooks began to bang her head into a brick wall at the Clay County Justice Center. Pierce confirmed to The Brazil Times Brooks was placed in a padded cell for her own safety.
A preliminary result of the blood alcohol testing confirmed Brooks' BAC level was .08.
Brooks, 31, was preliminarily charged with resisting law enforcement, public intoxication, battery with injury on law enforcement, battery, escape and criminal mischief.
Brooks posted 10 percent of her $5,000 cash bond and was released Tuesday to await formal court proceedings in the matter.
Officer Mace reported no injuries during the incident, while none were reported for the other three unidentified individuals involved in the civil dispute.
Meanwhile, on Friday, Jullissa Merlyn Andina, 27, Honduras, was arrested after a physical dispute with a co-worker at a local restaurant.
According to Pierce, two BCPD units were dispatched to Double M Dinner, 1421 East National Avenue, shortly before 2 p.m., Friday.
Taken into custody and preliminarily booked on charges of intimidation with a deadly weapon and battery with a bodily injury, Andina was assigned a cash bond of $10,000. Andina was allowed to bond out after paying 10 percent ($1,000) later Friday evening because she provided a Brazil address as her home, which was the same as the restaurant.
Officials confirm Andina remains out on bond awaiting further court proceedings in the matter.
The Clay County Prosecutor's Office is reviewing both case files, which could potentially lead to further charges being filed against both women.