A Florida woman tried to urinate on a police officer while being arrested last week for a domestic violence incident and was hit with an additional charge while in custody for allegedly running over a man months ago, reports said.
The woman, 20-year-old Serina Probus, was arrested at about 12:30 a.m. on Jan. 1 after getting into a fight with her sister-in-law during a New Year’s party in the town of Holiday, the Tampa Bay Times reported.
Probus was allegedly drunk and trying to drive away with her 6-month-old baby, the report said. Her sister-in-law tried to stop her, and Probus ended up biting her hand, according to the report.
Probus then began fighting with cops who responded to the scene, kicking out the window of a police car. Officers bound her legs with a hobble restraint and Probus allegedly tried to urinate on them while they were restraining her.
She was hit with domestic violence and battery on a law enforcement officer for the melee, the Tampa Bay Times reported.
While she was in jail for that, she was hit with a charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon for allegedly running down a man outside of a bar in Pasco with her BMW SUV.
She hit the man who she had been hanging out with at the bar that night while going about 15 mph, the report said.
She told police she was too high on cocaine to remember hitting the man, but cops later discovered a text message she sent to him about the incident.
“Tell Det. Murphy I hit you with the car ima (sic) tell her you deserved it and I would do it all over again if I could,” she wrote, according to the report.
Source: New York Post