(Sept. 6, 2019) Police accused Lisa Louise Grieco, 44, of South Pasadena, California, of battering and bruising officers after she attempted to kick and scream her way out of an arrest, Monday, Aug. 26.
According to a police report, Grieco had been bar hopping before she found herself at a 45th Street bar, where she consumed one drink before the bartender cut her off.
Grieco apparently left the bar and began speeding north on Coastal Highway, where police said they saw her signal a left turn before cutting right across three lanes and driving the in bus lane.
Court documents aid police pulled over Grieco on 49th Street, and made her take a variety of sobriety tests, all of which she failed.
She was arrested and ordered her to open her mouth for a search, court documents said, though what kind of search was not specified.
Police said Grieco refused the officers’ orders, and began to kick the officers and the police car.
The officers subdued Grieco and put a restraining device on her.
Grieco faces two counts of second-degree assault and one count of resisting arrest, obstructing and hindering an arrest, disorderly conduct, negligent driving, exceeding the speed limit, following too closely, driving under the influence, aggressive driving and disobeying an officer.