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The Kentucky woman ‘defecated’ on a deputy to resist arrest, police say

Amanda Peters, 26, allegedly defecated on a sheriff’s deputy during her arrest early Saturday.

(Madison County Detention Center)

The police in Livingston, Kentucky, said a woman intentionally defecated on an officer in order not to be arrested.

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Amanda Peters, 26, was arrested around 2 p.m. on Saturday at her home, online records showed. She had wanted to be in a prison in the neighboring Rockcastle County, according to WLEX-TV.

When the homeowner let the officers in, Peters, reportedly locked himself in a bathroom. A responding deputy forced himself in the bathroom and arrested the woman “with strength.”

That is when the police claims Peters “intentionally released her bowels in an upward motion, and with a deliberate direction on this Deputy causing said bodily waste of land on the face, arms and legs of this Deputy.”

Online records showed Peters was charged with resisting arrest, third-degree assault of an officer, theft of identity of another without consent, giving officer false identification and theft by unlawful taking or disposition of $10,000 or more.

Livingston is about an hour’s drive southeast of Lexington.

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