A 38-year-old Harrison woman police believe had too much to drink at her daughter's birthday party was arrested inside her home and transported to police headquarters where she urinated on the floor in an act of rebellion, police say.
Police responded to a reported domestic dispute in the area of 243 Halstead Avenue on May 5 at about 1:37 a.m. Once there police say the 38-year-old woman was yelling at a group of people who were attending a party at her home.
There were several other people at the party, who told police they were there to celebrate the woman's daughter’s birthday party and the dispute began with the woman accusing someone of driving home drunk. When police determined no one had intended to drive home while intoxicated, they turned their attention to the 38-year-old woman.
When officers attempted to calm the woman down, police say she continued to yell and curse at police. She was arrested and cited for disorderly conduct, a violation.
But the woman continued to cause problems at police headquarters, according to arrest reports. Police say the woman talked over officers trying to read her Miranda rights and repeatedly pulled her shackled leg away from the booking room wall, hurting her own ankle.
Police say she also urinated on the booking room floor.
Once police were able to obtain the woman's pedigree information, she complained that her ankle was hurting, police say. The woman was released without bail to White Plains Hospital.
She is due in Harrison court May 15.