Police: Woman Threatened Cops, Their Families
An Easton woman was jailed Friday after being accused of threatening city police officers.
Easton police say a city woman threatned to kill her ex-husband, as well as the officers -- and the families of the officers -- who came to arrest her.
Patricia Lee Louden, 28, of 600 Canal St., Apt. A3, was charged Friday with aggravated assault, terroristic threats, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct.
According to court records, police were called to 600 Canal St. on May 26 after Louden's ex-husband reported that she had been drinking and had assaulted him. Police say Louden fought with police when they tried to restrain her, and threatened to kill them.
Louden said "she was going to find out where I lived and come kill me and my family," the arresting officer wrote. She also said she would cut her husband's throat while he slept.
Louden was arraigned before District Judge Daniel Corpora, and sent to Northampton County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail.
According to the Morning Call, she served prison time last year for a DUI car crash accident that left one of her friends injured.