Sandwich Police officials say that a woman faces additional charges after she allegedly battered multiple officers during a warrant arrest on Saturday.
According to the police report, 31-year-old Kimberly Rice, who was listed as a transient, is charged with two counts of Aggravated Battery to a Peace Officer and Resisting a Peace Officer.
Rice was arrested in Sandwich on Saturday at around 1:15 a.m. on an Ogle County warrant.
She was then transported to the Sandwich Police Department for booking.
Police say the incident occurred in the 0 to 50 block of E. Railroad St.
According to Sandwich Police, Rice became uncooperative during the warrant arrest and refused transport to the DeKalb County Jail.
Rice was placed into a chair with wheels so she could be moved to a squad car for transport.
Police say she pretended to pass out and then attempted to slide out of the chair.
According to the police report, when an officer tried to pick up Rice's leg, she kicked him in the face, threw herself to the floor and refused to get up.
While on the floor, Rice allegedly kicked another officer in the legs and elbowed him in the chest.
Once Sandwich police officers were able to place Rice into the squad car for transport, she allegedly started kicking the door to the extent where it started separating from the door jamb.
Rice was placed in leg restraints by an officer, and she allegedly then spit on the officer.
Rice was transported to the DeKalb County Jail for booking.
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