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Woman Offered Sex to Police After Chasing Neighbors with Knife

When a woman was confronted by the authorities after allegedly chasing her neighbors with a knife, she reportedly tried to entice the officers by offering an exchange of sex for freedom.

Just before midnight on February 8, a woman was wandering around an apartment building in Louisville, Kentucky, with a knife, and knocking on the doors of different units. Some of the renters were outside, and it was reported that she began running after them with the blade.

The authorities were notified, and officers from the Louisville Police Department went to the address to investigate. When they arrived, the woman stood before one of the apartments. The alleged intruder was screaming into the residence while the person who lives there was inside. She allegedly began pounding on the windows until one of them broke. Her hands were sliced up and bleeding from the shattered glass, but the officers did not immediately notice, and they placed her under arrest.

It was reported that the police had prior interactions with the woman, who was allegedly intoxicated, and they knew she was a mother of a child under 3. When they noticed she was wounded, they saw a trail of blood leading to her apartment. They stopped by to make sure the youngster was taken care of, and they allegedly saw a knife in the sink that they suspected was used in the incident.

The woman was transported to the hospital for treatment, where she allegedly offered to perform sexual acts with the officers if they let her go. After her release from the medical center, she was booked into Louisville Metropolitan Department of Corrections on suspicion of several charges, including burglary, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, endangering the welfare of a minor, third-degree assault of a police officer using bodily fluids, and bribery of a public servant. According to jail records, she is still in custody in lieu of a $10,000 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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