A woman whose car was stopped by York City Police for a summary noise violation and an obstructed license plate will spend three to 23 months in York County Prison after she kicked two officers during her arrest and booking.
According to the criminal complaint, Katlynn Boyer, 22, of the 500 block of Nantucket Drive in Red Lion, was pulled over in the 200 block of East King Street around 9:14 p.m. on Jan. 22.
Officers ran a background check and learned Boyer had outstanding warrants.
Police report Boyer struggled to get away from officers while screaming obscenities.
She kicked one officer in the stomach as she was being placed in a police car.
She kicked another officer in the knee at Central Booking.
She also broke a pair of handcuffs, police reported.
Boyer pleaded no contest to two counts of aggravated assault, resisting arrest and driving under suspension.
Along with the county prison sentence, Boyer also was sentenced to one year probation, fined $200 and ordered to take anger management classes.
A week before her arrest, Boyer was cited by Springettsbury Township Police for disorderly conduct and three counts of harassment.
In March, she was charged by York City Police with driving under suspension.
On Oct. 12, she was charged by West York Borough Police with driving under suspension.
A week later, she was charged again by West York Borough Police with driving under suspension, driving without insurance and improper signaling.