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26-year-old Amanda Rochelle Peters has been charged with third-degree assault on a police officer after she allegedly covered the policeman in his newly released stool

Woman accused of assault in the third degree after "deliberately projecting her intestines into the legs, arms and face of the policeman"

  • Amanda Rochelle Peters, 26, is believed to have deliberately thrown excrement to an aide of the Madison County Sheriff's Office on Friday morning
  • The resident of Livingston tried to avoid being arrested by locking herself in the bathroom after letting the agent attend her at home at 1.45 a.m. M.
  • The documents say that he "intentionally released his intestines in an upward movement and with a certain direction" to hit the face, arms and legs of the policeman
  • He faces charges of resisting arrest and third-degree assault by a police officer
  • Peters was previously searched for stealing the identity of another without consent and giving the officers false identification information

Leah Simpson for Dailymail.com

A Kentucky woman has been charged with third-degree assault on a police officer after she allegedly covered the police member in his newly released stool.

It is believed that Amanda Rochelle Peters, 26, intentionally committed the offense on Friday morning after the Madison County Sheriff's Office police contacted her about another person's identity theft without consent.

The resident of Livingston tried to avoid being arrested by locking herself in her bathroom after letting the agent attend her at home at 1.45am.

26-year-old Amanda Rochelle Peters has been charged with third-degree assault on a police officer after she allegedly covered the policeman in his newly released stool

26-year-old Amanda Rochelle Peters has been charged with third-degree assault on a police officer after she allegedly covered the policeman in his newly released stool

According to reports, the Livingston resident tried to avoid being arrested by locking herself in the bathroom after letting the agent attend her at home at 1:45 a.m. M.

According to reports, the Livingston resident tried to avoid being arrested by locking herself in the bathroom after letting the agent attend her at home at 1:45 a.m. M.

According to reports, the Livingston resident tried to avoid being arrested by locking herself in the bathroom after letting the agent attend her at home at 1:45 a.m. M.

However, when the officer burst into the room, he says that she opened his insides.

Peters allegedly struggled to position himself in an unlikely way to use the bathroom according to the documents about his arrest.

The documents indicate that he intentionally freed his guts in an upward movement and with a deliberate direction towards this Deputy, causing that body debris to land on the face, arms and legs of this Deputy & # 39; reports LEX 18 .

He faces charges of resisting arrest and third-degree assault by a police officer

He faces charges of resisting arrest and third-degree assault by a police officer

He faces charges of resisting arrest and third-degree assault by a police officer

Peters was previously searched for stealing the identity of another without consent and giving the officers false identification information

Peters was previously searched for stealing the identity of another without consent and giving the officers false identification information

Peters was previously searched for stealing the identity of another without consent and giving the officers false identification information

The Sheriff's Department also says that Peters was wanted by a pending court order of Rockcastle County.

He now faces charges of resisting arrest and third-degree assault by a police officer in addition to those he previously faced.

The officer was pursuing her for stealing someone else's identity without her consent and she was in trouble with the law for giving the officers false identification information.

Peters was held at the Madison County Detention Center.

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