A woman accused of punching a Toledo police sergeant was ordered to be held in the Lucas County jail in lieu of bond.
Police were called to the UpTown apartment complex today at 2:30 a.m. for a reported fight and crowd control.
Officers on scene heard a scuffle in a hallway and reportedly saw Crockett lunging at Sharmar Robinson. Officers intervened and grabbed the suspect, attempting to take her to the ground and handcuff her.
According to a police report, the narrow hallway made this more difficult and Crockett continued to fight back. Sgt. Eric Kenney joined the effort and the suspect allegedly swung at the sergeant, missing his face and punching him in a shoulder.
Officers said they got control of Crockett and led her outside “where her turbulent manner continued,” officers wrote. They also put her in a spit hood to keep her from spitting on officers, they wrote.
It's not clear what prompted the fight between Crockett and Robinson.
A man was also arrested at the scene.
He pleaded not guilty today in Toledo Municipal Court and was ordered to be released from the county jail on his own recognizance.
Police allege that Grace punched and shattered a window at the apartment complex during the disturbance. Officers reported that while they were taking the suspect into custody, he pulled away and began hitting his head on a police cruiser window.