SOUTH WEBER — A 21-year-old woman is in custody after she allegedly assaulted three deputies and trashed her parents’ home.
Davis County Sheriff’s deputies booked Katelin Ann Bitton into the Davis County Jail last week on two counts of assault on a police officer, one count of domestic violence disorderly conduct, damage to county property and propelling a substance at a peace officer.
Davis County Sheriff’s deputies were called to a South Weber residence on a report of a domestic dispute, according to a press release from the sheriff’s office.
There, they found Bitton had thrown “kitchen items” at her parents during a fight.
Bitton’s father told officers that she had grabbed a knife and was threatening to harm herself, but that her mother was able to talk her out of it.
Deputies reported that as a sergeant was speaking with the father, he observed Bitton run from the home, throwing food items as she left. The sergeant commanded Bitton to stop and she refused. As she continued to run, she yelled expletives him and said she wanted to kill herself.
The sergeant allegedly was forced to take her to the ground to control her.
The press release stated that Bitton attempted several times to kick the officer in the chest. He did hand-cuffed her.
Once secured in a sheriff’s vehicle, Bitton allegedly hit her head against the interior of the vehicle. As one of the deputies tried to control her, she allegedly spat on his face.
She was then transferred to another vehicle, where she allegedly was able to injure another deputy by attempting to break his fingers. The press release states she was able to dismantle an destroy an in-car microphone.
Bitton was recently released from a mental health treatment facility.