Woman Allegedly Crashes into Ohio Restaurant, Tells Customers to Attack Police

Hamilton Sheriff's Office
Hamilton Sheriff's Office

On Tuesday, a drunk Cincinnati woman engineered a trifecta, allegedly crashing her car into the patio of a restaurant, telling patrons to attack police if they arrested her, and assaulting a police officer.

Police say Antwanette Wells, 40, crashed into the patio of a Fricker’s restaurant, told customers to assault the police when they showed up, refused to identify herself to police, and finally punched and kicked one officer and attempted to bite other officers after she extricated herself from handcuffs. Police later found that her driver’s license had already been suspended.

Wells admitted she had been drinking, according to police, who smelled alcohol on her breath. She was charged with obstructing official business, resisting arrest, assault, driving under suspension, and operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.

Wells is currently held at the Hamilton County Justice Center; her court appearance is scheduled for Wednesday.


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