Woman arrested after calling 911

A woman was arrested in Grambling Wednesday afternoon after a she reportedly called 911 about an unwanted guest in her house.

Grambling police responded to Nutmeg Drive where they encountered Travyca B. Rushing, 34, who began to verbally abuse officers and became combative.

An officer attempted to talk to Rushing who walked away and entered the residence. When officers tried to detain Rushing, she resisted to the utmost, according to arrest documents. She was eventually handcuffed and advised of her rights. 

As officers attempted to escort her to a patrol car, she would not walk and refused to get in the vehicle. Once she was placed inside a car, she kicked and banged on the rear passenger door and window. She was booked at the Lincoln Parish Detention Center for disturbing the peace and three counts of resisting an officer.

Bail was set at $6,000.

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