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Serial Trespasser Assaulted Police in 2 Different Arrests 

On August 13, a 32-year-old woman who previously lived with her father in The Villages returned to his residence after reportedly moving out six months prior. 

It was reported that the pair were not on good terms when she showed up, and the woman’s dad asked her to leave. She was allegedly unwilling to depart. 

The authorities were notified, and the woman reportedly tried to tell them that she was the owner of the dwelling, but she was unable to show them proof. 

She allegedly sat in a lawn chair and ignored the police when they told her she needed to leave the property.  

The suspect was taken into custody and booked into the county jail for suspicion of trespassing. She was jailed in lieu of a $1,000 bond. 

On October 1, the same woman, now 33, walked up to a residence where people gathered. They reportedly asked her to leave, but she allegedly refused. 

The authorities were notified, and when they arrived, an officer spoke to the woman and reportedly told her she had to leave. 

According to reports, the woman began to use foul language, and she hurled her body at the officer and pinned him against a vehicle.   

She was placed under arrest again, and she is expected to face charges of felony battery on a law enforcement officer and misdemeanor trespassing. She was booked for $6,000. 

On October 21, the Lady Lake resident reportedly went to another residence and refused to leave, and the police came to the address to deal with the alleged trespassing. 

An officer talking with the woman reported that they believed she was behaving strangely and said she refused to cooperate with him. 

The woman allegedly hit him with her fist when he tried to handcuff her. 

The woman was searched, and the police reported that she was carrying tubes with the residue of something they believed was cocaine. 

She was taken into custody and booked into the Sumter County Detention Center. She is facing preliminary charges of battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, trespassing, and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was jailed on a $2,000 bond. 

If you or someone you love is suspected of a criminal offense, contact Orange County criminal defense lawyer Staycie R. Sena at (949) 477-8088 for a consultation now.

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