Woman kicks deputy during arrest after breaking into Lufkin home

Woman kicks deputy during arrest after breaking into Lufkin home

LUFKIN, TX (AP) - A woman was arrested Sunday in Lufkin after she broke into a home and kicked a deputy during her arrest.

According to the Angelina County Sheriff's Department, at approximately 8:00 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a residence located in the 5000 block of FM 326 South in reference to a criminal trespass of a habitation that just occurred.

Officials said the complainant advised a white female forced her way into their residence by breaking both the front door frame and front door of the residence.

The complainant stated when the female was confronted by the homeowner the female left the residence on foot, according to officials.

Deputy Wilson located the white female identified as Abra Nicol walking close to the roadway near Love Tabernacle Church on FM 326 South.

Deputy Wilson activated his emergency lights and Nicol began evading from Deputy Wilson on foot. Deputy Wilson was able to apprehend Nicol after a short foot pursuit.

While attempting to place Nicol in handcuffs, Nicol wrapped her arm around Deputy Wilson's leg, refusing to go into hand restraints.

Officials said that after a short struggle, Nicol was placed in hand restraints but when she stood up, she kicked Deputy Noel. She continued to kick the deputy as she was being placed into the back of the patrol unit.

When Deputy Wilson arrived at the jail, Nicol kicked a detention officer while in the booking area of the jail.

Officials said jail staff also located a glass smoke pipe commonly used for smoking methamphetamine and a syringe in Nicol's right boot.

Nicol was charged with evading arrest Detention, resisting arrest, search, or transportation, two counts of assault on a public servant, criminal trespass of a habitation, as well as two class C warrants through Lufkin Police Department for public intoxication.

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