A police officer in the Oklahoma City metro area was forced to tase a 65-year-old woman after she became violent over an $80 ticket.
When Debra Hamil was pulled over in Kingfisher County, the officer discovered that she had neglected to repair her tail light for six months. As a result, he issued her an $80 ticket.
Hamil, however, refused to take the ticket telling the officer he was “full of sh*t.” When asked to get out of her vehicle, she drove off.
Jumping into his cruiser, the officer pursued Hamil for a short distance, drawing his firearm and ordering her out of the vehicle when she came to a stop.
When Hamil again refused, the officer had to pull her from the vehicle and was kicked in the groin during the struggle.
According to KOCO, the officer then tased the woman before taking her into custody.
Hamil claims that she attacked the man because she’s a “country girl.”
The Kingfisher County District Attorney’s office has accepted charges against Hamil for felony assault on a police officer and misdemeanor resisting arrest.
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