A Hull woman was arrested recently after she became unruly with officers who came to her residence to serve a TPO (temporary protection order).
Ellen Elizabeth Colton-Norveisas, 43, 1261 Glenn Carrie Road, was charged with obstruction.
According to the incident report, while officers read the court order to her, Colton-Norveisas continually interrupted officer Jeff Strickland, continuing to ask for his identification after he had provided it to her. She was told to gather her belongings and vacate the premises, per the court order, but she continued to struggle against officers. She was told that she was going to be arrested for failing to comply and she reportedly asked if she would have to wear an orange jumpsuit.
She was forcibly handcuffed and taken to jail.
Other arrests on file at the sheriff’s office this week included:
•Jeffrey Lee Cooper, 40, 81 Colonial Drive, Colbert, was charged with a probation violation and obstruction after he allegedly became aggressive with officers and cursed at them while at the government complex. He had to be physically restrained after reportedly attempting to walk away from officers.
•Ikomang Agus Yasa, 34, 1417 Willow Lake Drive, Atlanta, false report of a crime.
•Randle Eugene York, 49, 47 Mae Drive, Danielsville, driving while license suspended or revoked, no proof of insurance, knowingly driving a motor vehicle on suspended, canceled or revoked registration, removing or affixing a license plate with intent to conceal or misrepresent, seat belt violation and open container.