A Rome woman is charged with multiple counts of battery and obstruction of law enforcement after she fought with Rome police officers while they were arresting her in the parking lot of Atrium Floyd Medical Center.

According to Floyd County Jail reports:

Madison Alyce Crider, 21, had violated a conditional bond to stay away from someone. When Rome police attempted to arrest her, she fought four officers while being placed in the back of a patrol vehicle. She bit one of the officer’s fingers and kicked back out of the patrol unit.

She also ripped off the paneling inside the patrol unit and kicked a body pack off of an officer when they attempted to restrain her feet. She spat at the officers multiple times, bit another officer and snatched an Apple watch off of an officer.

Crider is charged with seven misdemeanor counts of simple assault, three counts of felony obstruction, four misdemeanor counts of simple battery, four counts of misdemeanor obstruction, felony interference with government property, felony robbery, felony aggravated stalking and misdemeanor simple battery against law enforcement.

She was being held for the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday.

Olivia Morley, staff writer

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