Winder Resident Tells Police He Asked Woman to Leave His House and She Went 'Psycho'
The house guest reportedly tore several items off a bedroom wall and put a hole in one before police were called.
Officers with the Winder Police Department arrested a woman March 5, 2013, after a Winder resident said he had asked her to leave his house and she went "psycho."
Police responding to the residence found the woman "curled up into the fetal position, hiding her face," according to an incident report. The resident accused the woman of having torn several items off a bedroom wall and putting a hole in one when he asked her to leave.
When an officer spoke to the woman, she said she didn't want to look at police because they were devils that kept her in jail. According to the incident report, the woman appeared to be under the influence of a narcotic substance, as she seemed disoriented and her conversation did not make sense at times.
Patricia Elizabeth Frady, 30, 199 James St. in Winder, was arrested and charged with willful obstruction of law enforcement officers, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass before being transported to the Barrow County Detention Center.
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