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Woman denies assaulting four police officers

A 23-year-old mother was yesterday accused in Magistrates' Court of assaulting five men.

Felisha Johnson was charged with assaulting four policemen as well as an Ice Queen employee, Ronnie Johnson.

She was also accused of damaging a cash register at the Paget restaurant around 10pm on Wednesday and using offensive words.

The Camp Hill, Warwick resident denied the charges yesterday but admitted being “partially guilty” of using offensive words.

The court heard the assaults on Sergeant Shaun Broomes, Acting Inspector Troy Glasgow, Pc Rawle Massiah and Pc Rajiv Bailey occurred in Warwick and Pembroke.

Ms Johnson was alleged to have said: “F**k all you motherf***ers. I can't wait till they start killing all you motherf***ers.”

Yesterday, she asked Senior Magistrate Archibald Warner to be released on bail to care for “a small child in my custody who is under two-years-old”.

Mr Warner remanded her into custody until her trial, set for 11.30am today.

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Published December 31, 2010 at 1:00 am (Updated December 31, 2010 at 7:10 am)

Woman denies assaulting four police officers

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