Woman Threatens to “Sh*t Herself” If Deputies Arrest Her – And She Did
BROOKSVILLE – Law enforcement officers sometimes face resistance when attempting to make an arrest, but for Deputy Jacob Grey of the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office, “resistance” came in the form of a woman defecating in the back of his patrol car.
According to officials, deputies responded to a domestic battery at the 7200 block of Mitchell Road, where they made contact with the suspect, 34-year-old Paula Renee Sarkowski. During an interview, Sarkowski admitted to fighting with a relative but says it never became physical.
Deputies made contact with the alleged victim, Larry Montrose, who says he asked Sarkowski to leave the home. Sarkowski delayed leaving for several minutes, while she attempted to catch her two dogs, so Larry began to escort Sarkowski towards the door. At that time, Sarkowski grabbed the victim’s hair and began punching in the head with a closed fist. Sarkowski continued to batter Montrose by scratching him in the arm with her nails and dragged him down the stairs.
When duties attempted to place Sarkowski into custody, she tensed up and refused to allow deputies to handcuff her. During the struggle, Sarkowski stated “If you take me I am going to Sh*t myself!” Eventually, deputies were able to restrain Sarkowski but were forced to carry her to Deputy Grey’s patrol car. While en route to the jail, Sarkowski proceeded to defecate in the back of Deputy Grey’s patrol car, as she threatened to do several times.
Sarkowski is charged with Battery on a person over the age of 65 and Resisting Arrest. She remains behind bars – held on a $3,000 bond.
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