Woman Bites & Scratches Four Officers During Arrest - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/21/04

Woman Bites & Scratches Four Officers During Arrest

A Texas Tech student faces a handful of charges that range from evading arrest to aggravated assault on four police officers.

Around 10pm Thursday night, a police officer tried to pull over Darcey Achin after he saw her running several stop signs on Avenue X. The 25-year-old pulled over into a driveway in the 2400 block of Broadway, but continued to run on foot. She was finally taken into custody, but it wasn't easy, as it took three additional officers to restrain her. Achin apparently bit two of them and scratched two others.

Achin is now in jail facing charges of aggravated assault, evading and resisting arrest, and DWI.

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