A 21-year-old Villanova University student from New York City was charged with simple assault, aggravated assault and other charges after she repeatedly fought Radnor Police trying to arrest her around 1:30 a.m. on March 14, according to police.
According to a report, police were called to the campus for the report of a highly intoxicated woman. The woman refused medical evaluation, and was arrested. She resisted arrest by pulling away from officers.
In the process of trying to place her arm behind her back, the woman bit one of the Radnor officers, leaving an abrasion, according to the report. The woman then put her feet against the door frame of the patrol car to avoid being placed in it. Once inside, she kicked the rear passenger door and window, causing minor damage.
Police then had to stop the car because the woman had slipped out of her handcuffs. During that process, she tried to kick an officer in the face, the report states.
In addition to the assault charges, she is charged with reckless endangerment, harassment, resisting arrest, public drunkenness, institutional vandalism and obstruction of justice.