Police: Woman Head-Butted Officer

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Updated: 6/12/2012 11:41 am
Richmond police have arrested a woman they say attacked the arresting officer.

Officers arrested Amber E. Hatfield, 23, of Big Hill Avenue. She was charged with alcohol Intoxication and third degree assault.

Police say Hatfield came outside the residence and was shouting at officers prior to her arrest.  Upon being arrested and handcuffed, police say Hatfield head-butted the arresting officer. 

Hatfield was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center. The officer was not injured in the assault. 



 

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