Police responded to a report of an unwanted female at a Ten Hills Rd. residence last Thursday. The reporting party had told police that his ex-girlfriend was banging on his back door, trying to gain entry.
Upon arrival at the residence, officers reportedly saw no one outside the home, but they noted that the back screen door had been kicked in and was bent inward.
Officers illuminated the interior of the house with their flashlights and saw that someone was inside, standing in the dark, according to reports.
The officers ordered the person to come outside, and they were answered by a female voice, saying that she would do so. There was a delay in her moving, however, and the officers judged that she might have been under the influence of some intoxicating substance. She also seemed to be speaking to someone on her cell phone.
The officers then decided to enter the building in order to remove the woman, later identified as Jenna Remy, 28, of Wayland, police said.
After crawling through the torn screen door, several attempts were made to open the main back door, but the lock appeared to be broken, according to reports.
As Remy reportedly attempted to break away from police, she was subsequently handcuffed. In the process, her phone fell to the floor and one of the officers bent down to pick it up. At that moment Remy reportedly kicked the officer in the buttocks.
Remy was then held to the wall to prevent any further assaultive behavior, and she was administered a burst of pepper spray in order to get her under control. Due to her tumultuous actions, another officer was reportedly accidentally pepper sprayed in the process.
During the subsequent attempt to remove Remy through the broken screen door, she reportedly squared off and kicked one of the officers in the groin area.
Remy reportedly continued kicking and screaming as she was carried out to the front yard area, where she would be picked up for transport to the police station.
While awaiting transport, Remy reportedly kicked the same officer she had kicked before, once again in the groin area.
In speaking with the reporting party, it was learned that Remy was his ex-girlfriend and that they had broken up more than two years ago.
When advised that the back door had been damaged, the reporting party reportedly told officers that Remy had tried to kick in the front door as well that night.
Remy was eventually taken away in the prisoner transport wagon, reportedly screaming all the way. She has been charged with disorderly conduct, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, resisting arrest, wanton malicious defacement, and misdemeanor breaking and entering.
Her boots have been entered into evidence as an alleged dangerous weapon.