Police use Taser to subdue suspect
A 34-year-old Lansing woman was arrested Tuesday after police said she wreaked havoc in a Lansing office.
According to Lansing Police, the woman drove her car onto the steps of Lansing Chiropractic Clinic around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. She got out of her car and went inside where she battered employees and customers, police said. She was restrained by someone at the scene, but when police arrived, she resisted arrest. An officer used a Taser to subdue the woman, and she was arrested.
The woman was arrested on several counts, including aggravated battery, battery of a law enforcement officer, criminal damage, criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct.
Police said the woman apparently had a conflict with someone in the building. Drugs and alcohol were not suspected to be a factor in the incident, police said. The woman received a cut on her nose during the incident and was treated by EMS.
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