Woman nailed for resisting arrest

Jun 16 • Feature Story, Local News4 Comments on Woman nailed for resisting arrest

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After receiving a tip about a suspicious pickup truck in the area of Pioneer Line and Caledonia Road about 10:30 p.m. Sunday night, Chatham-Kent police pulled over the vehicle on Gregory Line, just east of Prince Albert Road.

Police say they saw a pair of bolt cutters and several coils of underground copper cable, and told the female driver she was under arrest.

At that time, the woman tried to drive away. Police say she continued to try to resist arrest and had to be physically removed from the driver’s seat.

A further search yielded a pair of gloves, a hammer and two socket wrenches.

A 50-year-old Shrewsbury woman is charged with possession of break-in tools and resisting arrest.

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4 Responses to Woman nailed for resisting arrest

  1. They need to investigAte further.. I know for a fact the woman is innocent for what they claim and I also know why she carries those type of tools. Before you print such garbage why don't you consider both sides of the supposed "story". Oh.. I guess thats why it's called a story. Hans christen Anderson. Couldn't have done any better himself
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  2. It says she was arrested for resisting arrest? If she did in fact try to run the question is why? Even if she was innocent of the other, you can't try to run from the cops. The media can only report what the police tell them. If the cops are not truthful then this is not garbage. They can't make assumptions other than what they believe is truthfully provided to them by the police.

  3. Gloria Bell says:

    It was in Chatham paper today

  4. Resisting arrest

    A Shrewsbury woman has a court date to explain why she was found with bolt cutters and several coils of underground copper wire in her vehicle Sunday night.

    Police received a call about a suspicious pick-up truck in the area of Pioneer Line and Caledonia Road at about 10:30 p.m.

    Officers located the vehicle on Gregory Line and initiated a traffic stop just east of Prince Albert Road.

    Brenda Summerfield, 50, of Talbot Street was arrested and charged with possession of break-in tools and resisting arrest.

    Her vehicle was towed from the scene.

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