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Officers got a handful of trouble when they responded to a call in an Orlando neighborhood about a drunken person wandering through back yards, a report says.os-mackenzi-ann-steele-20150107

They found Mackenzi Ann Steele on a patch of grass on the southeast corner of N. Fern Creek Avenue and Mount Vernon Street just before 10 p.m. Tuesday.

“Steele was initially unresponsive” but began yelling profanities and insults when she realized they were Orlando police officers, her arrest report said.

Steele, 24, got angry and stood up as an officer told to her stay seated.

Then she “quickly balled up her fists and punched” an officer in the chest with both fists while yelling, “I’m going to [expletive] y’all up,'” the report said.

Two officers “quickly put Steele to the ground and placed her in handcuffs,” the report noted. She was placed into a patrol vehicle and taken to the Orange County Jail.

At the booking station, Steele raised her left leg and kicked an officer’s left thigh, the report said.

At one point, she stood up and ran to the booking-station doors.

“I grabbed Steele by the left arm with my right hand and placed my left hand on her left shoulder,” an officer wrote in a report. “While grabbing on Steele I could feel her body still continuing towards the booking doors and I attempted to place Steele on the ground using a soft control technique (arm bar) as she passively resisted my verbal and physical commands.”

She lost her footing and fell forward on the ground, injuring her nose.

Steele was taken to a local hospital. She claimed to have no injuries and was later released.

She was taken back to the jail and charged with two counts battery of law enforcement officer and one count of resisting officer without violence.








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