A Rome woman was in jail without bond on felony obstruction and stalking charges Wednesday after allegedly scuffling with police and refusing to leave a residence in compliance with a court order.
According to Floyd County Jail reports:
Michelle Renee Mostiller, 41, of 28 Paris Drive, violated a Temporary Protective Order issued on behalf of another Rome woman.
When police arrived, Mostiller refused to leave, saying that it was her home and others in the house would have to go.
She ignored repeated orders by police and became “very violent” when officers started to physically remove her.
Police said she jerked away, screaming and cursing.
During the fighting, she tried to kick one of the officers and another one tased her. Once subdued and placed under arrest, she refused to walk to the car and tried to trip one of the officers. She was carried into the patrol car but “continued to verbally abuse and insult anyone who came in contact with her.”
Mostiller is charged with the felonies obstruction of an officer and aggravated stalking. She is also charged with misdemeanor obstruction and simple battery.