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Ormond Beach woman arrested after running through traffic jumping fence

Also in Cops: A man trespassed from a shopping center returns to the shopping center's coffee shop for a coffee, despite trespassing.

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April 12

A runner and a track star

10:36 p.m. — 200 block of North Yonge Street

Disturbing peace, resist arrest. A woman in the midst of an argument with her boyfriend runs from police, jumps a fence and dodges two police tasers before giving herself up.

The suspect, 38, said she had run from her boyfriend who had hit her multiple times in the head, an arrest report said, but the boyfriend and his mother both said they saw her hit her own head repeatedly against a shed to get out of an argument the two were having before taking off. 

The suspect ran from their home, through traffic, and then through a skate rink’s crowded parking lot, where her boyfriend and police caught up to her. The police officers arrested the woman for disturbing the peace and resisting arrest.

At the county jail, the officers discovered the woman had given them a false name and had an arrest warrant for her out of a neighboring town.

April 10

Need for caffeine

2:34 p.m. — 300 block of North Nova Road, Ormond Beach

Trespass. An Ormond Beach man was arrested after he trespassed at a shopping center’s coffee shop.

The police officers were called because the suspect had previously been trespassed from the shop’s attached shopping center, just from incidents that day, according to an arrest record. The suspect had walking into multiple businesses in the shopping center that day, “acting erratic,” and was trespassed from the whole shopping center.

When the officers arrived, the suspect was sitting on a stool at the coffee bar, waiting.  He was arrested and taken to the county jail.


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