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Woman Accused Of Attacking Police

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A woman wanted on felony warrants allegedly attacked police officers who arrested her, kicking and striking them after she opened her door screaming.

Kristy Bea Mulligan, 38, was booked on the two felony warrants and additionally for assaulting police.

Mulligan spotted the officers outside the window of her 1928 E. Riverside apartment about 11:15 p.m. Friday. She told them she wouldn’t come out, and that she had a pit bull with her.

Eventually, she opened the door to yell at them and was handcuffed during the scuffle. , DataTimes

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