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Threat to kill police sends woman to jail

Rebekah Green/Credit: Atchison Co Sheriff's Office

(KAIR)--An argument with neighbors, inappropriate comments to a child, and a threat to kill police officers are the allegations that led to the arrest of an Atchison woman Wednesday evening. “She was obviously under the influence of alcohol,” Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson told MSC News. “Apparently, this had escalated outside the residence.”

Wilson said Rebekah Green was taken into custody after officers responded to the 900 block of South 5th Street, shortly after 8:30. “Neighbors were reporting that a 37-year-old neighborhood resident was cursing at neighbors, was partially showing her body unclothed, and was saying inappropriate things to a child that was present. When officers confronted her, she became combative, she struck one of the officer’s with her hand, she threatened to kill the officers.”

Following her arrest, Green was booked into the Atchison County Jail.

She faces charges for battery on a law enforcement officer, criminal threat, and disorderly conduct.

Her bond is set at $2,500.

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