The Norwalk Police Department responded to a disturbance at 240 Whittlesey Ave., Apt. 80 at about 1:03 a.m. Friday after a caller reported a couple arguing at the trailer. After a brief investigation and several warnings about her conduct, Alexis G. Stuckert, 21, of Norwalk, was charged with persistent disorderly conduct and later transported the Huron County Jail.
“They tried to get it calmed down (the conduct) — it was between Alexis Stuckert and gentleman lived with,” Chief Mike Conney said. “They tried to get them settled down because they were arguing. According to the report, Miss. Stuckert was intoxicated.”
That conduct continued even after being put in handcuffs, in a police cruiser and eventually behind bars, the police report stated.
During the transport and at the jail, Stuckert continued banging her head against the partition in the cruiser and using vulgarities with the officers, the report said.
She then threatened to harm the officers' children and to spit on both the police officers and deputies. She also made threats to “adulterate” the arresting officer's food, should he ever visit the local fast-food establishment at which she works, the report stated.
“She used some pretty foul language that I don’t feel comfortable repeating here, and she then made a comment saying they better not go to where she works because she’s going to make sure they get ‘secret sauce’ on their food,” Conney said.
The police chief said the conduct might have been related to her alcohol consumption and having to leave her son when she was arrested.
“When taking her into custody, she was holding a child,” he said. “I don’t know age of child, apparently though it must be her son. She was intoxicated to where she was a risk of harm to herself, so the officers separated her from her son. She was upset over that, and of course being intoxicated doesn’t help either.”
Stuckert had been released from jail by Friday evening.
“I’m hoping it was alcohol talking more than her,” Conney said.
“That’s pretty normal,” he added. “People are a lot different when under the influence than when not under influence. They’re a lot more rational after (sobering up). I’ve had people approach me later and apologize for what they’ve done or said. I’m hoping that she’ll feel remorseful too.”