Woman ‘intentionally released her bowels’ onto deputy trying to arrest her on outstanding warrant: Reports

Authorities in Kentucky say they arrested a woman on additional charges after she defecated on officers attempting to take her into custody on an outstanding Rockcastle County warrant.

According to WLEX, police officers arrived at a home in Livingston on Friday and a homeowner allowed them to enter.

Once inside, the Madison County Sheriff’s Office reported 26-year-old Amanda Rochelle Peters was found barricaded inside a bathroom in the home.

A police report included disturbing details of the encounter that followed.

Authorities gained entry into the bathroom at about 1:45 a.m. on Friday by forcing the door open, as reported by Fox News. At that point, an officer attempted to take Peters into custody.

Police reported that she “intentionally released her bowels in an upward motion and with purposeful direction” toward an arresting deputy.

The effort caused “said bodily waste to land on the face, arms and legs of this Deputy.”

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office sad Peters was wanted on an outstanding warrant out of Rockcastle County.

Records indicate she is facing criminal charges including resisting arrest, third-degree assault of a police officer, theft of identity of another without consistent, and giving officers false identifying information.

As of the latest updates available, Peters remained behind bars at the Madison County Detention Center.

[Featured image: Amanda Peters, Madison County Detention Center]