A woman pushed her stroller into the back of a police officer’s legs to see how they would react — and they reacted by putting her in cuffs.
The alleged incident happened at the Iowa State Fair this week.
Natasha Morris, 32, was charged with public intoxication, child endangerment, interference with official acts and assault on a peace officer by the Iowa State Patrol. She was released from a Polk County jail earlier this week.
A state trooper said they were talking to other police when a stroller hit the back of their legs, according to a report by KCRG. The trooper spoke to Morris, who was pushing the stroller, and saw she was stumbling with bloodshot eyes and slurred speech.
Morris told them she did not expect that reaction and she bumped into them to see how they would respond, according to the report.
Troopers said Morris then tried to remove the child from the stroller but lost her balance and nearly dropped the child, according to KCRG.
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