Police tase woman at football game in Logan, Ohio (Video)

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Police tase woman at football game in Logan, Ohio (Video)
Police tase woman at football game in Logan, Ohio (Video)

An Ohio woman was charged after ignoring an officer’s request to leave a middle school football game for refusing to wear a mask.

According to the Logan Police Department, school resource officer Chris Smith was requested by the Logan Hocking School District to be on special duty at the Logan High School Stadium for the seventh and eighth grade football games.

An Ohio woman was charged after ignoring an officer’s request to leave a middle school football game for refusing to wear a mask.

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According to the Logan Police Department, school resource officer Chris Smith was requested by the Logan Hocking School District to be on special duty at the Logan High School Stadium for the seventh and eighth grade football games.

Another officer arrived at the scene to assist Smith in escorting the woman out of the stadium. Police said the woman attempted to pull away from the officers multiple times as she was being escorted out.

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According to police, the woman refused to tell them her identity, and when Hocking County Emergency Medical Services arrived at the scene, she refused treatment.

Police were later able to identify her as Alecia D. Kitts. Police charged her with criminal trespassing.

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“It is important to note, the female was not arrested for failing to wear a mask, she was asked to leave the premises for continually violating school policy. Once she refused to leave the premises, she was advised she was under arrest for criminal trespassing, she resisted the arrest, which led to the use of force,” Logan police wrote on Facebook.

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