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Kentucky Woman Allegedly Chased Neighbors with Knife, Offered Officers 'Sexual Favors' to Evade Arrest: Police

Kentucky Woman Accused of Offering Cop 'Sexual Favors' to Avoid Arrest
Source: Louisville Metro Detention Center; Mega

Hannah Hayes allegedly offered 'sexual favors' to cops to get out of being arrested, police said.

Feb. 15 2024, Published 4:03 p.m. ET

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A woman in Kentucky is facing multiple charges after she allegedly chased her neighbors with a knife and then offered “sexual favors” to police to avoid being arrested, police said.

Neighbors reported to authorities that Hannah Hayes was chasing people with a knife and banging on doors in Louisville, according to court documents obtained by WAVE.

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Responding officers found Hayes banging on and breaking the windows of an apartment while screaming at the resident, officials said.

Hayes was reportedly holding a small frying pan when officers detained her.

After Hayes was taken into custody, officers noted she had multiple cuts on her hands and there was a blood trail leading to an apartment.

Police, who were aware Hayes had a toddler, made entry into her apartment and secured the child and then followed the blood trail to a knife in the sink, officers said.

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Court records state a neighbor told police that Hayes was “highly intoxicated” when she started banging on her door, demanding she come outside and fight. When the neighbor didn’t come out, Hayes allegedly tried to break in, according to the court documents.

Police transported Hayes to an area hospital, where she told the officers that “I don’t even care about my child,” court documents claim.


Hayes also allegedly spat on multiple emergency medical services and hospital staff and used racial slurs, including calling one of the nurses a “cracker.”

According to the court documents, Hayes also damaged hospital property and offered “sexual favors” to officers in return for her release.

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Hayes was charged with burglary, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, endangering the welfare of a minor, third degree assault of a police officer using bodily fluids, and bribery of a public servant, officials said.

She appeared in court on Feb. 10 and was given a $10,000 bond. She is due back in court on Feb. 19.


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