A woman was arrested Wednesday night after she allegedly assaulted three state police troopers and one local police officer.
According to the arrest citation, the incident happened around 9:30 p.m. at the BP gas station on Ky. 151 after Kentucky State Police troopers approached 21-year-old Lacy Bradley of Rockford, Ohio, for having expired plates on her van.
Troopers asked to search Bradley’s vehicle after she couldn’t produce proof of insurance, and further investigation showed the plates weren’t registered to the van.
Bradley denied the search and told police she had taken the plates off another vehicle and put them on her van, the report says.
After KSP requested backup from Frankfort Police’s K-9 unit, Bradley attempted to bribe the responding officer and troopers with marijuana, handing them two pill containers filled with “a leafy green substance” and telling them to “take that and leave,” the report says.
As troopers attempted to arrest Bradley, she became “aggressive” and struck and kicked all three troopers and a Frankfort Police officer, the citation says.
Officers found “numerous pill bottles” and firearms – at least one of them stolen – in the van as well as a loaded handgun in Bradley’s purse.
According to the Franklin County Regional Jail website, Bradley is being held on more than a dozen charges, including resisting arrest, possession of marijuana and four counts of third-degree assault on a police officer. Her bail is $60,955.
Bradley is due in Franklin District Court Monday.