have charged a 21-year-old woman with aggravated assault, terroristic threats, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and simple assault after she allegedly threatened to burn down a home and assaulted police.
Jamie Ives, of the 1100 block of Boyd Avenue, Towamencin, was arraigned March 29 before District Judge Harold Borek and committed to Montgomery County prison in lieu of $5,000 cash bail, police said.
On March 28, at around 11:10 p.m., police responded to a disturbance at a home on the 1100 block of Boyd Avenue.
Upon arrival, police encountered Ives, who was yelling loudly and cursing. Ives, police said, was warned to quiet down.
Ives ran into the home and locked the door, police said.
Police saw Ives allegedly struggling with another woman who was holding an infant inside the home, police said.
Police made entry into the home through another door and attempted to separate the two women, police said.
Ives allegedly shoved an officer, went back outside and continued to scream and curse, police said.
Ives re-entered the home and allegedly threatened to burn down the house, police said. When police attempted to take Ives into custody, she ran upstairs to a second-floor bedroom, police said.
Police followed and Ives allegedly struggled with police, kicking and attempting to escape custody, police said. Ives was eventually taken into custody and arrested, police said.