Woman arrested after screaming at police
A woman, who police say was highly intoxicated, faces charges after allegedly screaming at police and an employee of Lycoming County Children and Youth Services.
Jolene Marie Marshall, 33, of 1975 Walters Road in Montoursville, has been charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and public intoxication.
On Aug. 11, state police responded to a report of an intoxicated person driving a golf cart along Walters Road in Loyalsock Township. While police were interviewing witnesses, Marshall allegedly joined the group.
Witnesses told police Marshall was the wife the man who was driving the golf cart, and the officers noted that she appeared “highly intoxicated,” according to court records.
Officers explained to Marshall that Children and Youth Services had been contacted, because people were concerned about the well-being of her two children, ages 11 and 13, and she allegedly became “belligerent,” records state.
Marshall allegedly returned to her residence after officers warned her to go home or she would be arrested, records state.
However, while police were interviewing her husband she began screaming at the officers,, according to court records.
When a representative with Children and Youth attempted to speak with her, Marshall allegedly slammed the door inthe woman’s face, according to police. She then came back outside, began yelling at the two police officers and was arrested after a brief struggle.
Marshall was arraigned before District Judge Jerry C. Lepley on Aug. 11 at about 11 p.m. She has been released on $5,000 bail.