Norfolk woman jailed for alleged assault
An alleged assault was the start of a Norfolk woman’s trouble over the weekend.
Captain Michael Bauer of the Norfolk Police Division said officers were called to a disturbance at a residence on the 400 block of Omaha Avenue around 8 am Saturday.
When officers arrived, they had contact with a male and with Jessica L. Elznic, 45, of Norfolk. The male reported that Elznic was behaving erratically by yelling and threatening him. Elznic had allegedly barricaded herself in a bedroom and was yelling at the officers through the door. She eventually opened the door and stated that she was going to leave, Bauer said.
While officers were still at the scene, Elznic attacked the male by hitting him in the stomach, Bauer said. Officers arrested her on charges of third-degree domestic assault and disturbing the peace.
While officers were handcuffing her, Bauer said, she walked away and resisted their attempts. She was housed in the Norfolk City Jail and later transferred to the Madison County Jail. In addition to the assault charge, you were cited on suspicion of resisting arrest.
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